Wingham Bible Chapel, Wingham, ON

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Canada – Ontario



History

Wingham is a small town southwest of Hanover. The present Wingham Bible Chapel, ON has its roots in an old ‘exclusive’ meeting about 12 miles out in the country, which died for lack of gift and numbers.


In 1937, John Martin pitched a tent in Wingham and had some Gospel meetings. Through various efforts, several people were saved and a few from the former meeting started to meet in the home of Gordon and Margaret McInnes. In 1950, the Wingham Gospel Hall, ON was built. The work carried on there for some time. In about 1972, Len and Madeline Fex moved to Wingham and through their ministry a number of people were saved. The assembly grew considerably and a new building, the Wingham Bible Chapel, ON was put up on Boland Street in 1975.

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Also See

Mitchell Gospel Hall, ON

Joseph Street Gospel Hall, Clinton, ON

Mitchell Bible Chapel, ON

Chesley Bible Chapel, ON

Hanover Bible Chapel, ON

Wingham Bible Chapel, ON

Wingham Gospel Hall, ON

Gorrie Bible Fellowship, Gorrie, ON

McNab Street Gospel Hall, Hamilton, ON

West Fifth Bible Chapel, Hamilton, ON

Author

Robert L. Peterson

Dan H. Smith, Ed.D. President, Emmaus Bible College

Resources

Questionnaire responses and other correspondence

The 75th Anniversary of The Windsor Assembly, 1916 to 1991

Excerpts from a History of the Brethren Movement, by Norman E. Crawford

Sketch of the History of Bethel Gospel Chapel North Bay, Ontario, 1997; based on book to be published in 1999: When Your Children Ask, by Donald E. Carney

The History of the Barrie Ontario Assemblies, by H. Bruce Hicks

Brief History of Early Assembly Work in North America, by Norman Crawford, 1999

Until He Comes, A History of the Spring St. Assembly, in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, 1899-1997, by Wayne and Heather Rodgers

History of the Lansing Assembly, by Hubert Lucas, Sr., 1973

Reflections of Turner Road Chapel, 1930-1990

In His Name, by John S. Robertson, March 1960 (a history of Toronto Assemblies)

A Kernel of Wheat, by Chester Donaldson, 1982, updated 1994

A Grain of Mustard Seed, The Story of Bible Fellowship Assembly, by Chester Donaldson,1983

Deer Lake Gospel Hall, by Bert French, 1997

The Growth of God’s Assembly, Planted in Welland, by Lorne Yade, 1985

Saved to Serve, by John M. Martin, Gospel Folio Press, Grand Rapids, MI 1994

Wallenstein Bible Chapel, The first thirty years, 1968-1998, by Albert Martin, 1998

Englehart, 1933-1993, 60 Years of Memories of an Assembly and its People, by P. Wood, 1993

History of Christians Gathered Unto the name of the Lord Jesus Christ at Strongville, Ontario, by Mrs. William Williams and others, 1990.

A Record of Gospel Testimony in Northern Ontario, by Bethuel Carr, 1979

Graphite Bible Chapel, by Doug Robinson, undated

Waverley Gospel Hall, undated

Let The Tide Come In, by C. Ernest Tatham, 1976

Shoreacres Bible Chapel, 1959 - 1994, 35th Anniversary Reunion

When Your Children Ask, a History of Bethel Gospel Chapel North, Ontario, by Donald E. Carney, 1999; published by Donald E. Carney

The Brethren Movement in North Hastings 1885 - 1924 (A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Department of Historical Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary), by Robert Garry Jenkins, May 1986.

History of Bancroft Area Assemblies, Garry Jenkins, unpublished, 1986.

Letters of Interest, August/September 1955, p. 14; October 1955, p. 15; January 1959, p. 7; December 1966, p. 8; June 1969, p. 14; September 1975, p. 20