The Mount Royal Mennonite congregation in Saskatoon began services in 1963, and formally organized in 1965. Construction of our initial building started in June 1962 and was completed, dedicated and occupied in Spring of 1963, with a subsequent building program in 1988.
Our “Aim and Purpose” as written in the constitution:
“Acknowledging Jesus Christ to be our Saviour and Lord, and accepting the Holy Scriptures as our rule of faith and service, our purpose is to unite ourselves in the up-building of God’s Kingdom both at home and abroad; to provide for the spiritual care and fellowship of all members through public worship, through observing baptism and communion, through Christian instruction and such other activities as are needful.”
Our original Constitution was a combination of Constitution and bylaws. In 1970 after a thorough review, the constitutional items were separated from bylaw and our revised constitution, which remained essentially the same, was adopted.