In many members were still anxious to unite the churches, believing that all the strength of the two was needed in order to support the gospel. On the 2d of July succeeding, the church met at the court-house. In a country so new and thinly settled, the professing Christians were obviously not many, nor very near together. Maybe our trip had a few bumps, but in the long run it was well worth the trip. Pyper began pastoral labor with the church on the second Sabbath in May following. In June, , I visited Pontiac in company with my father, Rev. June 2, a committee was appointed to sit in council with Stony Creek church, --object not stated.
Comstock to preach for the ensuing year. They were to have road blocks, burning tires, cars and throwing rocks at any car or truck that tried to pass. Members of other Baptist churches living in the neighborhood for six months without uniting were, by vote, denied its privileges. John Voorheis The former husband of old Mrs. The letter by which he and his wife, Lucy S.
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Brown's revival in Lovington, the Klan made their first public appearance there, holding a cermony in an open field outside of town. The bowl included a high spot where townspeople could see the flaming crosses. His daughter remembered that his feelings had been hurt by the prejudice of many townspeople, creating a schism that took years to heal. Ruggles at the meeting-house to-morrow at ten o'clock, and that the exercises be performed as follows: Hunter, visited the place. This included Protestant Bible instruction in the schools, disdain for the Pope, and generally "cleaning up the town.
He broke a long stick for a cane, which I took in my right hand, he taking hold of my left, and succeeded in reaching the other end in safety. The records do not indicate any additions to the church by baptism during his pastorate. Wastell was present again to conduct the examination of candidates. Homer Parker, now of Bay City 6 Rev. Enforcement of moral standards against wife-beating and promiscuity was approved by the community, although their methods were sometimes unnecessarily aggressive.