History of the First Baptist Church of Christ at Macon: Macon, Georgia, 1826-1969, 1969-1990 download epub
by H. Lewis Batts
Read by H. Lewis Batts. Published by First Baptist Church of Christ.
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First Baptist Church of Augusta is a Southern Baptist church in Augusta, Georgia. The original location is now a historical site. The current church building is located on Walton Way. According to the earliest church records, the Baptists Praying Society was established when
First Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church in Macon, GA. The place was frequently visited by Mr. Joseph C. Stiles, a licentiate and Evangelist of Hopewell Presbytery, who took it in as a part of his field.
First Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church in Macon, GA. As the fruit of his ministry a church was organized June 18, 1826, of twenty five members, by Rev. Benjamin Gildersleeve, First Presbyterian Church was born in June 18, 1826, just three years after the city of Macon was chartered
Witness to history, 1929-1969.
Witness to history, 1929-1969. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by PhanS on May 19, 2010.
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First Church of Christ, Scientist, Macon. 1295 Georgia Avenue, Macon (GA), 31201, United States. Christian Church, Religious Organization. 6 km. Shree Prannathji Jagni Abhiyan. PRANNAMI STREET CHHIPWAD, Valsad, 396001, India. Religious Organization. Christ Church - Episcopal.
The history of Roman Catholicism in Macon dates to a visit in 1829 by Bishop John England of the Diocese of Charleston . During the Civil War, Macon, Georgia was a thriving city, serving as a major transportation, medical, and manufacturing center.
The history of Roman Catholicism in Macon dates to a visit in 1829 by Bishop John England of the Diocese of Charleston and the subsequent migration of Irish Catholic families in the 1830s. In 1841 Macon's Catholics received their first pastor,. In 1864, Federal officers were being held at Camp Oglethorpe, a prisoner of war camp.