Reinland Community Center

The Reinland Community Center was originally  built as a church and was used as a church until approximately 1970, after which time it was developed into the community center.

The Community Centre at Reinland started in approximately 1970 as a local group wanting to preserve the original church building of the first Mennonite Church west of Ontario. In 1977 the building was officially incorporated as a not for profit corporation. 

 The hall is used for many community meetings of various nature such as Ladies Fellowship, family gatherings, annual meetings of organizations, etc. One day a week piano instruction takes place for the area young people. Numerous Historical Tours are hosted at the centre and very often a traditional meal will be served which then also serves as part of fund raising.

Run by volunteers, the hall charges small rental fees to cover the maintenance & operating costs.
Community Center contact: 204-325-4494.