3 edition of A sermon, delivered in St. Paul"s Church, on the fourth of July, 1813 found in the catalog.
A sermon, delivered in St. Paul"s Church, on the fourth of July, 1813
|Statement||by Wm. H. Wilmer.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 30550.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
In , Old First Reformed Church merged with St. John's Reformed Church, located at 40th and Spring Garden streets. Founded in , St. John's was known for a time as the Reformed Church of the Strangers. A decline in the number of congregants in its neighborhood led . On Saturday, her remains were buried under St. Paul's Church". This is the only positive proof we have that she was buried beneath the Church, for the Parish Minute Book for that period has been missing for many years. She was buried on 10 June in a tomb under the church of St Paul's, Halifax, Nova Scotia. A "chaste marble monument" was.
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The medieval church. The church and parish of St Peter Westcheap were in existence in the 12th century. A deed of Ralph de Diceto, Dean of St Paul's c. –, grants land in "Godrune Lane" (i.e. Gutter Lane) in the parish of St Peter (then already existing). The patronage of the church belonged to the Abbots of St Albans until the Dissolution of the monasteries. Scripture Readings: Gen. and Ps. (or Isa. , and Ps. 67) Rom. a, ; Matt. Sermon by Martin Manuel from Matthew Mega-Faith Introduction. This sermon looks at a powerful example of faith from an unexpected source.
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