Acton Vale Circuit (Acton Vale, Que.)

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Acton Vale Circuit (Acton Vale, Que.)

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The Acton Vale Circuit, which was of Methodist denomination, was organized around 1898. It included three preaching points: Acton Vale, St-Theodore-d'Acton, and Bethany. It seems to have had over the years a French and an English Section. The church was closed in the 1920s.

The Acton Vale Circuit was part of the Waterloo District of the Montreal Conference of the Methodist Church of Canada.

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