2 edition of Annual meeting of St. George"s Church Temperance Society found in the catalog.
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Moral reformers regarded many of these societies as dangerous because meetings were often held in pubs. To combat the perceived threat, a number of temperance societies were founded with the aim of promoting abstinence from alcohol. Scotland’s first official temperance society . St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church, also known as St. Brigid's or Famine Church, is a church located at Avenue B, on the southeast corner of East 8th Street, along the eastern edge of Tompkins Square Park in the Alphabet City section of the East Village of Manhattan, New York City. Associated with the church is a parish school, Saint Brigid School, consisting of grades Pre-K through 8.
St. Bridget Catholic Temperance & Benevolent Society Savings Bank Statement doc; St. Bridget’s Rosary and Scapular Society doc; Maynard Catholic Union Inauguration Program doc; St. Bridget Church Holy Name Society Gala Program doc; St. Bridget Church Holy Name Society Minstrel Show doc; Basketball ’38 photo; Maynard. Ap A meeting of the Jefferson County Temperance Union was scheduled to be held at the Harpers Ferry Free Church (VFP, Ap , p. 3, c. 2). An annual meeting of the Harpers Ferry Temperance Society was held at the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Rev. Nathaniel West was born in Ulster, Ireland, in September Nothing is known of his parents. He studied theology in Edinburgh and was ordained in the Presbyterian Church in He continued in Edinburgh as a missionary for a few years and was one of the founders of the first temperance society . A vote at the Annual Meeting. Membership in Cape Ann Finns follows the calendar year. A $10 annual fee per household is due any time after January 1 annually. Join CAF now. Remit the fee when convenient. To join, send your address, email address, and Facebook name (if any): by email to [email protected], or call
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The National Temperance Society and Publication House was founded in in Saratoga Springs, NY. Temperance advocates from all over the country, representing all the religious denominations, gathered in NY, conferred for two days, and at the end of that time established both a National Temperance Society and a National Temperance Publication House.
75th annual W.C.T.U. Convention program at the Church of the Brethren, Lititz, Pa. Lists of officers, directors, secretaries, editor and publisher. Photo of Frances E. Willard on cover. Booklet. “The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union in Lancaster County ”. George Church Preservation Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
likes 87 talking about this 14 were here. In the community, around the country and beyond, all of us together are the legacy /5(2). subject at the Annual General Meeting of the Church of Ireland Temperance Society, when it was agreed to establish machinery within the Church to bring social problems under the influence of Christian thought.
The work of Social Service has gone on ever since. Paterson-Smyth has been called the Charles Kingsley of the Church of Ireland. The sec praise, and glorify God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is the fundamental purpose of the Church.
All her activities, even her doctrinal formulations, are directed toward this onally, the word Catholic is also used to describe the Orthodox Church. Save the date. We will be gathering at a.m. on Dec. 10 in Sydnor Hall, open to all.
Reflect on the blessings of the past year and dream about new opportunities before us. Voting for vestry members will take place at the meeting and also after the a.m., a.m. and p.m. [ ]. Worship services at St.
George are liturgically-based, following the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. We follow the Rite II liturgy, which has more modern language. Our Music Ministry offers songs, and our congregation sings hymns at both our Sunday morning services.
The Society has formal meetings three to four times a year, and is active in the work of preserving our collection of historic documents and artifacts, housed at St. George’s, as well as participating in events to promote a deeper understanding of our historical legacy.
A noted philanthropist and longtime supporter of St. George’s Society, William R. Miller CBE served as President from to and remains a member of the Society’s Advisory Council. Under his presidency, the Society founded what is now the Queen Elizabeth II September 11th Garden—of which he is Chairman Emeritus.
Proceedings of the Gayhead Temperance Society. At a meeting of the male members of the temperance society of Gayhead pursuant to notice held at the School House on Saturday evening August 27 th preparatory to the Annual meeting to be held on the 15 th September the following officers for the society was unanimously appointed and.
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Join us for St. George’s Annual Parish Meeting. We will share a potluck meal, so please bring something to share (but come anyway even if you can’t bring something!). The annual parish meeting is our opportunity to elect members of the Vestry, hear reports on various parish activities, and discuss other church business.
Ina person could probably walk down the streets of Shenandoah, go to St. George for confession, visit the local butcher and vegetable vendor, or make a stop at a local saloon for some alus (or attend a meeting of the St. Joseph’s Temperance Society) while using the Lithuanian language as the only means of oral communication.
With James Bonwick and G. Walker he organized the first local temperance society in and in signed the pledge. He was a prominent founder of the Tasmanian Temperance Alliance and chaired its 34th annual meeting on the evening of his death on 28 May Ellison was most famous for the time he spent helping set up the Church of England Temperance Society inwhich he was chairman of until He was also vicar of Brighton (), of Edensor (), of New Windsor and reader at Windsor Castle ().
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The church records collected include minute books, sermons, membership registers, subscription books, trustee records, Sunday school records, circuit books, and Bible society. The book has marbled endpapers. Its unlined pages are covered with neat handwriting that inscribes the minutes of the society’s annual meetings, held each February.A Negro slave named Arabella, of unknown origin, served in Lyme’s first parsonage.
There she attended Rev. Moses Noyes (–) and his family until she passed by will to his daughter Sarah. The original Noyes homestead has been demolished, but Arabella’s dwelling place can still be imagined from a sketch drawn by artist Ellen Noyes Chadwick (–), based on her father’s.