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Warming up and snacking by the fire after an afternoon of tobogganing.

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Little children acting out the nativity in front yard.

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Riding back to kitchen after garden cleanup.

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Dariusleut Diene sanding & varnishing wooden bed frames.

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Schmiedleut girls gathering beans

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Many hands make light work.

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Ladies raking during annual spring Huf aufraume.

Friends & Neighbours Evening

The Hutterites
The Hutterites are a communal people, living on hundreds of scattered Bruderhöfe or colonies throughout the prairies of northwestern North America. On average, fifteen families live and work on the typical Hutterite colony, where they farm, raise livestock and produce manufactured goods for sustenance.

The communal lifestyle of the Hutterites finds its roots in the biblical teachings of Christ and the Apostles. Emerging as a distinct culture and religious group in the early 16th century, this non-resistant Anabaptist sect endured great persecution and death at the hands of the state and church in medieval Europe. However, the Hand of God remained on the shoulder of these people, and their descendants survived to battle to this very day. more...

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The Hutterian Brethren or Hutterites are a faith group stemming from the Radical Reformation of the 16th century.

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Take a peek into the lives of Hutterites by reading our blog entries. You will learn what life on the colony is really like.

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