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SECOND PRESBYTE RIAN CHURCH,
Published by the Session.
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IIanford A. Edson.
William N. Jackson, Clerk*.
William S. Hubbard.
Enoch 0. Mayhew.
8am u kl P. Smith.
John 8. Spann.
En win J. Peck.
Thomas A. Morris.
FREDERICK W. ClllSLKTT.
Moses II. Barnard.
Edward S. Field.
George \Y. Crane.
PviciiAKD M. Smock.
Clements A. Greeni.eae.
Willis M. Pkttit.
David W. Coffin.
John S. Spann.
Asa G. Pettibone,
William P, Fishrack.
J A M ES M . IJRA dshaw.
William M. Wheatltsy.
Tiik Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, was
organized with fifteen members, November 1 9, 1838, 1>\
the Rev. James II. Johnston, in the Marion County
Seminary, a small brick 1 -u i 1- i i n u;, s i m 1 1 . 1 i n v until L80o,
mi thi! sou lli-wesl corner of University Square. The
Rev. Henry Ward Beeeher, the (ir.st pastor, entered
upon Ills work, July 31, 1839. Worship was continued
in tlie Seminary for a year; afterward, the congrega-
tion removed to their own edifice, on the north-wesl
corner of Circle and Market, streets, occupying, at first,
the lecture room in Lhe basement. This house was dedi-
cated October 4, 18-10. On the nineteenth of September,
1847, the pastorate of Mr. Beecher closed, and lie removed
to Brooklyn, New York. lie was succeeded by the Rev*
Clement K. Babb, at lhe time a student in Lane Semi-
nary, now associate editor of i lie Herald and Presbyter,
Cincinnati. He commenced work May 7, 1848, and con-
tinued in the pastorate until .January 1, 1853. It was
under his supervision thai a colony, now lhe Fourth
Presbyterian Church, was established with twenty-four
members. This occurred November 30, 1851. The third
pastor, the Rev.- Thornton .\. Mills, began his work
January I, 1854, and remained with the church three
years, the relation between pastor and people being dis
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solved by Presbytery, February 9, 1857. Dr. Mills, I. liv-
ing' been elected Secretary of the General Ah embly's
Committee on Education, went :tt once to Now York.
He is the only one of the pastors of the church not now
living. He died suddenly, June 19, 1807; The Rev.
George P.. Tindull was his successor, called to the pas-
torate August 6, 1857, and continuing in the lield until
September 27, 1803. During his ministry, in L858 and
1859, large numbers were added to the church. The
present pastor 1 as occupied the place since January 17,
1804. Oh thu fifteenth of May of thai year a building
was dedicated, corner of Michigan and Blackford streets
for a mission Sabbath-school \\ hich had 1 i en , Mai li-hed
by members of the Second Church, and which has now
grown into the Kiiih Presbyterian Church. November
20, 1807, another colony, the Olivet Presbyterian Church)
was formed with twenty-one members, a house of worship
having been dedicated for them a month previous. On
the eighth oi May, 1870, MemoriaKChapel, south-west
corner of Christian avenue and Bellefontaine street was
dedicated, where a Sabbath-school and other religious
services have since been maintained by members of the
church. Per the present house of worship, corner of
Pennsylvania i\nd Vermont streets, ground was broken
in the spring of 1804. The corner-stone was laid May
14, 1800; the chapel was first occupied December 2?,
1807; and the eon pleted edifice was dedicated January
9, 18 70.
Second Presbyterian Church, J
CONFESSION OF FAITH AND COV-
A FORM USED I.N '111 K ADMISSION OK MEMBERS.
You have presented yourselves tlms publicly before
God, to enter into covenant wil.li Him and to jinn yonr-
selves with His visible people. We trust you have well
considered the nature of these engagements. The trans-
action is solemn, and will lie attended with eternal con-
sequences. God i- looking on. STour vows will b<
recorded in h. -I \ I'n to he exhibited on your trial at the
You will attend to the Confession of Faith.
You believe that there is one God, the Father, Son
and Holy Ghost, infinite, eternal and unehangable in
wisdom, power and love.
You believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New
Testaments are the Word of God, and the only infallible
rule of faith and practice.
You believe that man is sinful by nature and practice,
and that he needs to be born again of the Spirit of God.
You believe that Jesus Christ by His sufferings and
obedience atoned for the sins of the world, and that we
are justified by faith in Him.
You believe that there will be a resurrection of the
body; that the Lord Jesus Christ will descend from
heaven to judge the world ; and that He will receive
the saints to His heavenly kingdom, and doom the
wicked to everlasting fire.
All this you heartily believe.
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(Baptism will here be administered to those who have
necer duly received the ordinance.)
And now, in the presence of God and this as-embly,
you do solemnly dedicate yourselves to God the Father,
us your rightful Sovereign and Chief Good ; to God the
Son, as your IVophet, Priest and Ming; and to God the
Spirit, as your Sanctiiier, Couiforter and Guide. To
this one God you do, in humble depe rule nee, heartily
»'ive up yourselves in an everlasting covenant, to walk
in all His commandments and ordinances blameless.
You do now cordially join yourselves to this, as a
Chureh uf Jesus Chri-t, engaging to submit to it- disci-
pline, itnd .••■ lemnl v cov 'minting to strive, as mueh as in
you lies, for its peace, edification and purity; Lu walk
with its members in Christian love, faithfulness, circum-
spection, meekness and sobriety; and abandoning the
sinful pleasures and amusements of the world, to prove
what is the good and acceptable and perfect will of God.
Thus yon covenant and engage.
(The members of the Church will here 'rise.)
And we do now affectionately receive you into our
fellowship. We agree to watch over yon with the
meekness and fidelity becoming saints, and as we wel-
come you to the privileges and holies ot our high calling
in Christ Jesus, so do we pledge you our sympathies
and prayer.-, while you share with us the toils, trials and
temptations of the Christian life.
Do not forget, beloved in the Lord, that you have
entered into solemn relations from which you can never
c-cape. Wherever you go, and whatever you arc. these
vows will be upon yon. They will folkiv. you to the
bar of God, and in whichever world you may be lived
they will abide upon you to eternity. Hereafter, the
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eyes of the world will be upon you, and as you demean
yourselves, so religion will b< honored. or disgraced. If
y,m walk worthy of your profusion you will be a credit
1 and u eomfui-1 to us; but if it be othor\vi,e, you will bo
to us a grief of heart and a vexation. And if there i- a
woe pronounced on him who lays a stumbling block
before one of Christ's little ones, woe, woo to the person
who dors this to a whole church. "But, beloved, we
are persuaded better things of you, and things that
accompany salvation, though we thus speak." May the
Lord guide you till death, and at last receive you and us
to ihai biased world wlwiv «>ur lovo and joy shall bo
forever perfect. Amen.
Let us I'vur.
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SYSTEMATIC BEiN EFICENCE.
We desire to remember that we are "stewards,' not
proprietors, and that ii is our duty, as it certainly is a
privilege and an honor, in all the use of God's property
entrusted to our care, to have chiefly in view the glory
of our I'odeemer and the welfare of our fellow-men! \\ e
believe that every Christian ought to enjoy the blessed-
ness of L'hecrful, considerate systematic, prayerful <riv-
nig, ••!!- Clod hath prospered him. ' A- memb . - of the
I'lYshylcri.m Church, WO wish loyally I" support tlii
benevolent worli which theGeneral Assembly, .so largely
guided l>\ ( ln-i n.in wisdom and experience, has de-
vised. That benevolent work includes:
I. Porkigx Missions. — "Go ye, therefore, and
teach all nation., baptizing them in the name of the
Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost." Matt,
xxviii; 19. The Kingdom of our Lord is to become
universal through the labors of His people. Of these
labors, He claims from us our share
II. IIomk Missions. — "Beginning at Jerusalem.'
Luke xxiv : 47. Every consideration of patriotic m and
Christianity requires us to aid in the Evangelization of
our own land.
III. Fricedmtcn's Causjb. — "Blessed is be that con-
sidered the pool-." Psalms xli: 1. The peculiar
condition and special wants of the freedmen call for
special attention and care.
IV. Education. — "Pray ye, therefore, the Lord of
the harvest, that lie would send forth laborers into Ilis
harvest." Lukex: 2. Ft is intended that no properly
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qualified young man desiring to educate, himself for the
ministry, shall be obliged to relinquish thai purpose for
lack of means.
V. Publication. — "Let there be light.' (! in i
i: :s. Papers, tracts and books, printed by our Pui In n
tion Board, in behalf of evangelical religion, and in
illustration of Presbyterian history, polity and doctrine,
upon proper application, arc gratuitously distributed in
needy Holds, at home and abroad.
VI. (Jiiuuoii KiviiOTioN. — "He loveth our nation,
and He hath built us a synagogue." Lukeyii: 5. Without
a hoii.-e, the congregation languishes. It is economical
ami wise to secure l he rapid ;i owl h and earl \ independ-
ence ol mission churches by aiding ihem to build.
VII. Si; stent at ion. — "For the laborer is worthy
of his hire." Luke x : V. The salaries of settled past-
ors, serving generous but small and feeble churches, are
supplemented to prevent suffering and secure a degree
VIII. Ministerial LIki.ikf.— " But if any provide
not for his own, and especially for those of his own
house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an
infidel." 1 Timothy v : 8. Men left without means of
support, after a life's service of the church in the min-
istry, and needy widow- and orphans of deceased clergy-
men of our church, arc aided upon the recommendation
In order that we may better advance this Benevob nl
Work in its various departments, according to tin prin-
ciples stated above, the Session have adopted, foi future
use, the follow ing
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I. A collet lion hall be ta! i n on the Ihinl Sabbath of
,,:-li month, of which nine-lent hs shall be distributed to
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the eight brunches of our Benevolent \V r orl< described
above, -prorata, (in proportion to the Severn I amounts.
appropriated by the ' General AsmihUy, for the current
year,) unci the remaining tenth shall be reserved for
appfopi i;il ion by the Session, to miscellaneous! charities
deserving our aid. Thu contributions of individuals puo-
ferring a different distribution of their gifts, shall t>u
appropriated according to their wishes, whenever made
known. Any balance subject to the Session's order,
remaining in the treasury, on the first day of May, in
(•neb year, shall then be distributed prorata as before.
'I. On the second Sabbath of January in each year,
cards ami envelopes shall be distributed in the pe\\s ex-
plaining this plan, and inviting all member^ of the
congregation to designate the several amounts ihey de-
sire to contribute monthly during the year. These
cards and envelopes, with the first month's contribution,
shall be collected on the following Sabbath. On the
Sabbath previous to each succeeding monthly collection
envelopes shall also be distributed to be returned as be-
Second Presbyterian Church.
Fok the Government ok the Second Presbyterian
Ohuim u ami Congregation, Indianapolis.
Adopted January 5, 1871.
At the first Annual Election succeeding the adoption Number,
of these rules, there shall be elected six Trustees, who terms of
.hull be. divided into three equal classes. Those of the scrvice '
tir.-t ela.-s lo mM'vh for one year; I hose of the second
class to serve for two- years ; and those of i lie third ela>s
to serve for three year.-, and until their successors arc
duly elected and qualified.
At every annual meeting thereafter, there shall he
elected two Trustees to serve for the term of three years,
and until their .successors are duly elected and qualified.
The Trustees shall have the entire control and charge Control of
of all the church property, building and grounds. propei y.
They shall have the control and management of rent-
ing pews or sittings, shall determine the price of rental,
the time of payment, and attend to the collection of the
They shall superintend and direct all repairs and ini- Repairs
provements to the church buildings, furniture or fixtures ; p" ov " m 'ts.
shall contract for and provide all supplies needful for
the comfort and proper accommodation of the various
meetings of tin church and congregation.
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Employes. The_\ aliall appoint, contract ivitli and pay sill em-
ployes needed for the proper conduct of worship or tin
Insurance, comfort of the congregation; and, according to theii
judgment, shall keep the church buildings and fixtures
at all time? w ell insured.
Estimates. They shall, within seven day- after the Annual Me. t-
ing of the congregation, ascertain what sum uf monej
will la: necessary to provide fur Payor's salary, other
salaries, insurance, furl, lights, and all uther incidental
expenses, together with the expense for collection w Inch
sum, unless otherwise provided for, shall be raised from
rents of church pews.
Keating of They shall, on or before the said time named in the pre-
ceding paragraph, li\ the minimum price, at which pew»
may he rented I'm' the year, so as to meet t he demands
of the treasury, and shall appoint and cause to be pub-
lished, some convenient day within three week- next
succeeding the Annual Meeting, and on ibis appointed
day, shall offer the pews to the highest bidder. No
bid shall be received at such sale, unless the sum offered
is equ.al to the minimum rate tixed by the Hoard of
Trustees. Should any pews remain un rented at the close
of the public offering, the Trustees may rent the same at
the iixed price, from time to time; but shall have power
to modify the price id' pews so remaining unrentetb
when, in their judgment, the circumstances ol the case,
ami the interests of the congregation, require it.
Payment They shall require the rents for pews to be paid quar-
fents. terly, uU ()1 ' before the first days of April, July. October
and January, and make such regulations as will insure,
as nearly as may he, promptness in the payment of
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They shall audit all claims against the church, and Auditing
the Treasurer shall pay the same on the presentation 01
a warrant signed by the Chairman, and attested by the
They shall report at each annual business meeting, Financial
the financial condition of the church, presenting a state- re i J0 «-
tnent in detail, of all the receipts and expenditures for
whatever purpose and on whatever account, specifying
the donations and disbursements for charitable and be-
nevolent purposes, and whatever else may impart to the
meeting a full knowledge of the financial condition of
the church, which report, when made, shall be tiled and
n reserved in I he archive:? of the church.
Tin v shall, at their lirst meeting succeeding their Officers of
• i m ' i n i Hoard of
election, appoint a Chairman, ( lerk, treasurer ami Lot- trustees.
lector, who shall hold their respective offices for one
year, unless sooner excused from service by the Hoard.
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The Chairman shall preside at all meetings of the |>„|j,. s .
Hoard, sign all warrants, a- chairman, and make (art and
sign the annual repori to the church and- congregation.
The Clerk shall attend all meetings of the Hoard, all r>uti.
public business meetings of the church and congregate n.
and keep a record ol the proceedings .if such meetings
in a hook to be kept for that purpose, and shall sign such
record as Clerk ; and it shall also be his dut\ to attend
to recording such of the proceedings as are required by
law. to be recorded; and it shall further be his duty to
prepare a notice to be read from the pulpit, at least two
eeks before the annual election, making known the
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number and term of service <>t' all officers to be ^hosen at
•~ 1 1 1* 1 1 election .
duties. The Treasurer shall safely keep all money.-! which he
may receive belonging to the church, and shall pay out
the same only on the warrant of the Trustees, which
shall he a sufficient voucher for such payment. Jit:
shall keep a record of his proceedings, and shall report
the same to the Hoard of Trustees at least one week pre-
ceding the Annual Meeting, and at such other times sis
the Trustees may require; and be shall deliver to his
successor, or to tin; Trustees, when required, all books,
papers and moneys in his hands belonging to tin-
church, and shall faithfully account to the Trustees for
all receipts and disbursements.
Number, At the first election of Deacons, succeeding the adop-
ter m^f tin " ul " tlle3e rul ''-' Ll "''' sl,:i11 ,H! c,1( ' Hl '' 1 eight Deacons,
service. w ] 1() ghall be divided into two equal classes, those oi the
first class to serve for one year, and those of tin- second
class to serve for two years, and until their successors
arc duly elected and qualified.
At every Annual Meeting thereafter, there shall be
elected four Deacons, to serve for the term of two years,
and until their successors are duly elected and qualified.
Henevo- '''"' Paeons sluill take charge <d all moneys con-
tent funds, tributed for benevolent purposes, and for the home
charil ies of the church.
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They shall acquaint themselves with, and relieve, as The poor.
faT as thoy are ena-blcii to do, the poor of the church.
They shall make the preparations necessary for thopou»»iwi-
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communion and the baptismal services, baptism.
They shall sec thai strangers arc made welcome; that Strangers.
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the congregation is comfortably seated; and, to this congrega-
end, they shall bo present in the sanctuary a reasonable
time before the services commence.
They shall have the direction ami control of the Sexton.
services of the Sexton, the better to enable them to dis-
charge the duties heroin mentioned.
Thej shall keep a record of their financial proceed- lteeord?.
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ings,and report the same annually to the hoard ot Irus-yeport.
tees, at least one week before the Annual Meeting.
At the first election oi Klders, succeeding the adoption Number,
of these rules, there shall he elected nine Klders, who termV»f
shall he divided into three equal classes, those of the service,
first class to serve for one year; those of the second
class to serve for two years; and those of the third class
to servo for three years, and until their successors are
duly elected and qualified.
And at every annual meeting thereafter, there shall
he elected three Klders to ^r\-\tt for the term of three
years, and until their successors are duly elected and
The Klders shall perform such duties as the Porn; of Meeting.
Government and these rules may require. They shall
leet in Church Session at such time and place as may
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be designated by the L'astor, who shall always convene
the Session when required to do so, by any two of the
\ isiting. The Session shall visit and become acquainted with
the different members of the church »nd their families;
inquire as to their spiritual condilion; encourage them
in Christian activity, usefulness and growth in grace;
Spiritual and devise ways and means' to call out and cultivate
the Christian energies of th« membership. They shall
[Minimis determine and appoifil the number and kind of religious
services and meetings of the church ; and shall, in Ihe
absence of the pastor, take charge of'and conduct thesame,
or cause it to be dune by some person of their appoint- '
m'ent. They shall have the care and control of all tliu
Christian Christian work conducted in the name of the church;
and when it shall seem advisable, may invite the Dea-
cons and Trustees to consult in reference to tin- interests
of the church and congregation.
Five members of Session shall he necessary to consti-
tute a Quorum for the transaction of business, exci pt in
cases of emergency for the reception of members, in
w Inch case a smaller number shall be competent to act
The Pastor, when present^ shall be the Moderator; but
in his absence, the Senior Rider may preside, and the
Session when thus constituted in the absence <f the
Second Presbyterian Church.
Pastor, shall be competent to transact any and all
business, Tor which the Form of Government does nut
require the presence of the Pastor, or of some other
The Session shall appoint one of its own members, Term of
Clerk, who shall serve during (he pleasure of the Session,
or until he shall resign his position.
It shall In' the duty of the Clevis to keep a careful and Duties,
complete record of the proceedings of the Session, an
alphabetical list of the church membership a record ufReconls.
all marriages and deaths in the families of the church,
and of all baptisms and admissions to the church, and
such other matters as the Form of Government requires. Notices.
He shall, when practicable, notify, either personally or
otherwise, each member of the Session not absent from
the city, of the time and place of every meeting that
may he called, and make full report of the proceedings
of Session, whenever required to do so l>_\ the Form of
M FET ING-S < > F T 1 1 E C< )NG E E( t ATIO X
The business Meetings of the church and congrega- Time.
lion, shall be held on the first Thursday in January in
each year, between the hours of 7 and in oxdoo.k, p. m.
Special -Meetings of the church and congregation may s l)ec ial
be called at an\ time upon the written request of five mootll)gs "
Each meeting shall appoinl its own Chairman, and Chairman
shall proceed to the transaction of such business as these
ales or the necessities of the congregation ma\ require
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Heading of At the request of any two member* of the church, the
Clerk shall read to the .Meeting tlie.se rule.--.
Notices. Notices of all Meetings of the church and congrega-
tion, whether annual or special, .-hall he prepared by
the clerk, which notices shall specify the kind of meet-
ing, time and place of holding the same, and the business
proposed to be transacted, and shall be read to the
public congregation at least two weeks before the time
appointed for holding the meeting.
Time and The Officers herein provided for shall be elected by
n ""''' ol l-n , . , ^ i i i
choosing ballot, at the Annual Meeting in .la unary, L\ a majority
(,|lll( >'*• of those present of the adult members of the church, and
such members of the congregation as may lie pew-hold-
ers; provided, that the Klders and Deacons shall be
elected only b) the votes of the adult members of the
Vacancies. Vacancies in office may occur either by the death,
resignation, withdrawal from the church, or removal
from the parish of the incumbent, and any vacancy may
be tilled by ballot at any annual meeting, or special
meeting called i\<v the purpose; and the person or
persons so elected, shall serve only to till the vacancy of
t he unexpired term.
Sacra- A collection shall be taken Up Oil each COlJllUUllioil
collection ( ' !l . y ' a "^ a1, "'"'' (l, '"' r times as may be desirable to pro-
vide for the relief of 1 he pool' of the church.
Systematic Collections for the benevolent objects of the church
cence." shall he taken up at such time and in such manner ;b
the Session shall prescribe; and all money'.-- so collected
shall be paid to the Boardol Deacons, for proper distri-
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All subscriptions or solicitations of money to promote Subscrip-
1 , turns.
the work- uf benevolence of the church, or the interests
of the congregation shall, before being presented to the
members of the congregation, be submitted to, and
approved by, either the Session or Board "1 Trustees, or
both; and all solicitations in the name of the church,
not so approved, should be discountenanced. CongrcKa-
All other moneys collected or received for the pur- tional funds
pose.-- of the church or congregation, and not specified in
the two next preceding paragraphs, shall be paid to, and
received by, the Board of Trustees, to he by them ex-
pended for the purposes intended. Araeud-
Amendments or addition, to then' rules may be made uieiits.
}>\ a two-thirds vote- of any Annual Meeting; but any
proposed amendment or addition shall be reduced to
writing and read to the public congregation at least one
week before action can be taken thereon.
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Henry W. Beecher,
Clement E. Babb,
Thornton A. Mills,
Feb. ' 9,
George P. Tindall,
Hanford A. Edson,
Uetlmel l«\ Morris.
Luke Munsell ( 1 i
David V. Culley (4)
John L. Ketcham ( 2 i
John .J. McFarland,
A lexander Graydon,
Henry S. Kellogg,
Robert 11. King.
Thomas II. ( !ase ( 3 i
William S. Hubbard,
William \. Jackson (5 i
Enoch (J. Mayhew .
Samuel IA Smith,
Edwin J. Pe.-k,
•luliii S. Spann,
Second Presbyterian Church.
Francis II. Kingsbury,
Thomas A. Morris,
Frederick W. Chislett,
Moses K. Barnard,
U) The numeral denotes the succession of Clerks.
A lexander 11. Davidson.
William S. Hubbard.
Albert G. Willard,
Jacob J. W i.-eman,
1 ,a\\ iviirt: M . \ alli-c,
Jacob S. \\ alkor,
Thomas 11. ( !ase,
James M. Yandes,
Kdwin R. Llosford,
Joseph B. Wilson,
George W. Meikel,
Alfred i) Clarke,
William 0. Smilli,
William 15. Yii'ki-rs.
John L. Fish,
Charles P. Wilson,
Francis II. Kingsbury
Edward S. Field,
George W. Crane,
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( 'hai les A. Parsons,
William W. Went/..
Richard M. Smock,
Clements A. Greenlcaf,
Willis II. Petti t,
David W. Collin.
ROLL OF MEMBERS.
Adkins. Mai tin V. 15.
Aikin, Sarah Mrs.
Aikin, Melissa Miss.
Allen. Mary Mrs.
Alwanl, Lydia Mrs.
Baldwin, M. It. 11. Mrs.
Baldwin, llosa J. Mi-.
Barbour, Alice Mrs.
Barker, William W.
Barker, Eliza D. Mrs.
Barnard, Moses K.
Barnard, Marg't E. Mrs.
Barnard, Sarah Miss.
Barnard, Carrii' Miss.
Barnard, Eugene E.
Barnard, Mollie C. Mi..
Bartb, Amanda Mrs.
Basey, Elizabeth Mrs.
Bisbing, Jacob .1 .
Bisbing, Emeline M rs.
Bisbing, Emma M . M iss.
Anderson, Harriet Mrs.
A nderson,. Samuel S.
Anderson, Elizabeth Mis
A nderson, Caroline Miss.
Anderson, Fidelia Miss.
Arthur, Elizabeth Mrs.
Bowker, 11. Maria Mrs.
Bowkev, Sarah M rs.
Bowker, Clarence l».
Brackebush, F. Mrs.
Brackebush, Charles, J.
Brackebush, E. A. Mr..
Bradley, Lydia E. M iss.
Bradshaw, Adeline Mrs.
Bradshaw, .lames M.
Bradshaw, Esther M rs.
Bradshaw, Catharine Mis
Bridges, \\ illiam dames.
Bronson, Anna E. Mrs.
Brown, Sarah A . M iss.
BroA\ n, Hannah M rs.
Brown, Lillie Eludge M is
Brown, Kate Morris M rs
Second Preabyie-rian Church
Bungur, Michael R. Hulls, John C.
Hunger, Arm M . Mrs, Butts, T. W. Mrs.
Burroughs, G. Francis. Byrd, Sarah Miss.
Burroughs, Annie ].. Mrs. Byrd, Margaret M. Miss.
Caldwell, Andrew II. Clippinger, Mary Miss.
Caldwell, Sarah Mrs. Coburn, Mary A. Mrs.
Carlisle, Margaret A. Mrs. Coburn, Henry 1'.
Carlisle, Sarah A. Miss.
Carpenter, I ra Hanford.
Carpenter, John S.
Carpenter, Llattie Mrs.
Carson, Lett} Mrs.
Car-oii, Sarah EI. Miss.
( 'alter, Kinma T. M rs.
Carter, John Beaity.
Chase, Helen B. Miss.
Chi I- Is, Moses.
Chikls, Cleinine \V. Mrs.
Chislett, Frederick W.
Chislett, Maggie I). Mrs.
Chislett, Bichard Edwan
Claflin, Dana B.
Claflin, Clara 1). Mrs.
Clark.', Alfred I>.
Clarke, Mary VY. Mrs.
Clarke, Sarah Mrs.
Clippinger, Anna M rs.
Dame, Eliza Mrs.
Dark, Charles K.
Coburn, Mary A. Miss.
Coder, Eleeta Mrs.
Cue, Charles li.
Coe, A del la S. Mrs.
< '..tiin, David Worth.
Collin, Annie II. M rs.
Comingore, Mary C. Mrs.
( Jonnelly, Anna M . Mrs.
Co} ni'i'. Martin Luther.
Coyner, Aliee Wilson Mrs.
Crane, George \\ .
Crane, Sarah L. Mrs.
Cran--, .lames T.
. Cubbison, Marv Mrs.
Culley, Margarel A. Mrs.
Culley. Charles 1'.
Culley, Alma Mi.-s.
Cummins, Frances A. Miss
( 'nr/.nii, Joseph.
t Uirzon, A nn M rs.
Cutting, Margaret Mrs.
Do- lee, Anna R. Miss.
Douglass, Ellen Miss
Manual oJ\ tlie
Drake, Edward B.
Duzan, Ada A. Mrs.
Kind, Augusta S. M iss.
Eekert, Eliza Mrs.
Kelson, Helen it. Mrs.
Duzan, Ada Miss.
Duzan, Jennie J nlia M iss.
Elliott, Helen A. Mr.-?.
Elliott, Helen J. Miss.
Elliott, Byron K .
Elliott, Harriel Mrs.
Elder, Margarctta S. Miss. Elvin, William II.
Elliott, John B. English, Mahala .Mrs.
Elliott, Thomas 15.
Fahnestoek, Missouri Miss. Fish, Jennie Boss Mrs.
Fahnestoek, Texy Miss
Ferguson, ( .lenmni A .
Ferguson, Ellon Mr-.
Ferguson, Bailie Miss.
Ferguson, John I rwin.
Ferry, .lano M rs.
Ferry, Gertrude Miss.
Ferry, Caroline M iss.
Field, Jul ward S.
Field, Sarah M. Mrs.
Kinney, Elmer Edson.
Fish, Edith Mrs.
Fish, Frank Owen-.
Fish, William Smith.
Garner, Llewellyn W.
Gaston, Ann M rs.
Gibson, Mary I'. Mrs.
Gibson^ Louis Henry.
Gibson, John K.
Cibson, Mary E. Mrs.
( londrieh, Jennie M iss.
Ki- h, Jennie Merrill M rs.
Fi>hback, Willium V.
Fishbaek, Sallie E. Mr,.
Fishbaek, Mary L Mrs.
Fishbaek, ('hark- il.
Ford, Sarah .Jane Miss.
Foster, Alinira M rs.
Fester, Robert M.
Knend, .Mary F. Miss.
Frit/, Charles L.
Fritz, Emma M rs.
Frost, Fidelia M. Mrs.
Fry, William II.
Fry. Clara A. Mr-.
i < runt, John M .
( i raves, ( diaries F.
Graves, Mary 11. Mis.
Greenleaf, Clements Allen.
Greenleaf, Caroline I''. M r.
Greenleaf, Timothy 1'.
Greenstreet, Jason S.
Greenstre.et, Ellen Mrs.
Grecnstreet, Flora \ r . Miss.
Hackney, Josephine M rs.
Hackney, Elizabeth Miss.
Ilager, Fid ward < !.
Hall, Nathan S.
Hamilton, Fayette Mrs.
Harlan, Susan Mrs.
Harvey, Harrison II.
Harvey, Sophia .Mrs.
Higdqn. Harriet Mi.--.
Hildebrand, Eliza C. Mr-.
Holbrook, Louisa (;. Mr.
Holland, Finih .Mi.-,
llolinan, Isaac W.
Holman, Mary L. Mrs.
1 ngalls, Fannie M is.
Jackson, William N.
James, Mary Ellen Mrs.
Johnson, Laura B. Mrs.
Johnston, < leorge \V .
Korfoot, Ella Miss.
Kirby, Elizabeth Mrs.
Kirby, William L.
Kirby, Ella I). Miss.
Lack, Caroline F. M rs.
Land is, Ann C. Mrs.
Nandis, Katie Cora Mis
ruin ( 'hurch. 2
riffith, Caroline Mrs.
riggs, A nnie S. M iss.
nlnies, Sophia M iss.
olstein, Maggie N. Mrs.
ou.se, J aines L.
ubbard, William S.
ubbard, .Mary Mrs.
ubba'rd, William II.
ubbard, Leyis Mills.
u l.h a id. Mary E. Mis.s.
ubbard, ( harles Walcott.
nine M ary F. M rs.
1 1 1 1 1 j ► 1 1 1 1 ■ \ - , Joseph A .
iiin|)hre\ -. E. C. Mrs.
tint, John I!.
hint, Angeline .Mrs.
igrigg, Julia Mrs.
ahnston, ('. A. Mrs.
ohnston, Ella L. Miss.
mes, Eleanor Miss.
vitehen, .Mary Mrs.
v reider, Reuben ( >.
\ reider, Clarinda Mrs.
Cyle, Elizabeth Mrs.
,.arh, Maria I>. Mrs.
■ewis. A melia M rs.
Ma/wal of ihe
Lewis, Frank Coleman.
Lloyd, Charlotte Miss.
Lodge. Ilurriot N. Mrs.
McCormick, S. A M rs.
MeGreii. Rollin Hall.
McCrea, Frank F.
McEntee, Thomas Kills.
McEntoe, Sarah F. Mrs.
McFarland, M. J. Mrs.
MeGill, Margaret Mrs.
M> (Jill. KiIhhm a Miss.
MeCJill, Elizabeth Miss.
MeGilliard, Martin V .
MeGilliard, Lizzie Mrs.
McGrew, M. A. Miss.
MePherson, William M.
MePherson, John K.
Mansur, \\ ill him.
Mansur. I lannali A. Mrs.
Marsh, David N.
Mather, Ann < '. Mi.--.
Maxwell, John M.
Mayhew, Enoch ( ■.
May hew, Liu v W. Mrs.
.Means, Mollic LI.uu*e Mrs.
Meikel, Carrie M. Miss.
Meikel, Marj K. Mrs.
Melville, llobort Bowie.
Longsdorfl', William 11.
Lowder Samuel 'J'.
Lowder Charity, P. M r.-
Luoiiey, A manda Mrs.
Luoney, Laurence I>.
elvi'lle, Mary A. Mrs.
Melvilh-, Robert .) .
Melville, Matilda Mi.-s.
Melville, llebeeea Mi.-.
Miller, Eliza A. Mrs.
Miller, John A.
Monroe, Elizn Mrs.
Monroe, Lucy A. Mis-.
Moore, William G.
Morris, Thomas A .
Morris, Rachel Mrs.
Morris, John 1 ruin.
Munis, Eleanor 1. Mi--.
Morris, M ilton.
Morris, John D.
Morris, Martha Mrs.
Morris, dame- Wiles.
Morris, Nannie M Miss.
Morris, San ford.
Morrison, Juhn 1 .
Mothershead, C. E. Mrs.
Mothershead, John 1..
Newland. Robert A
Nichols, Alvina \' . Miss.
Second Presbyterian Church. 2
[Norwood, Eliza Mrs. Nutting, William (I
Nutting, M. I,. Mrs! Nutting, Charles C.
Nutting M. M. Miss. Nulls, Albert l'».
Nutting, C. M. Miss.
O'Ncil, Nannie Mrs. Ovens, Emma Miss.
Orbison, William li. Owen, Mary E. Miss.
Parry, Mary A. Mrs. Pettibone, E. W.Mrs.
-Paul, Julia A. Miss. Pettit, Willis H.
Pock, Edwin J. Pratt, Mary Smith Mrs.
Peck, Mary A. Mrs. Pyburn, Emma Miss.
Pettibone, Asa G. Pyle, .lobn.
Ruder, Lizzie A. Mis.-. Rockwood, William O.
Ramsey, Mary E. Miss. Roekwood. Helen M. Mrs.
Randall, Hiram P. Rogers, Emeline M. Miss.
Randall, Lucy Mrs. Rogers, .lames Newell.
Rayiner, Louis A. Rogers, Florence W. Mrs.
Record, John William. Ronton, Adeline (). Mr.-.
Rentfrow, Prances E. Miss. Ruddell, 1!. M. Y. Mrs.
Richardson, Benjamin A. Rudolph, Jane C. Mrs.
Richardson, Estelle Mrs. Rumell, John A.
Richardson, Lewis S. Russell, Elizabeth Mrs.
Robinson, E. Y. Mrs. Russell, Jennie Mrs.
Robinson, Martha A.. Miss.
Salomons Allen. Shover, James E.
Sammons, Maggie (i. Mrs. Shover, Emily T. Mrs.
Sedgwick Roderick, Shover, Garrett 11.
Sedgwick, Sarah J. Mrs. Shover, Martha Ellen Mrs.
Sedgwick, M. S. Miss. Sloane, Lima II. Mrs.
Sewall, Elmer O. Smith, Samuel P.
Sharpe, Temperance Miss. Smith, Lizzie S. Mrs.
Manual of the
Smith, Brainerd B\
Smith, Charles II.
Smith, Marcius C.
Smith, William Martin.
Smock, Richard M.
Smock, Jennie E. M rs.
Snyder, Frederick M.
Spann, Jubn S.
Spann, [Tester Mrs.
Spann, Thomas II.
Thayer, Lettie T. Mr.-.
Thompson, .J times.
Thomps >n, Mary Mi -
Thompson, ^ i rail •! . Mi s.
Toles, William C.
Vickers, Margaret M is.
Spann, John M.
Spann, Mary S. Mi v s.
Stagg, John K.
Stagg, Rebecca Mrs.
Stag--, William .J.
Stagg, Jennie Mi-s.
Stevens, Ann E. Mrs.
Strong P. Y. Mrs.
Tucker, Hannibal S.
Tucker, Robena S. Mrs.
Turner. A itd row 1 1
Till aer, StarU'ii M is.
V inton, Theresa Mrs.
Vinton, Merrick E.
Walker, Mary II. Mr:
Walker, Jacob L.
Walker, Edwin J.
Walker, Lewis A. '
"Walker, Thomas R.
"Walker, Alice L. Mr
Wallingford, C. Mrs.
Week ley, Margaret Mrs.
Weekley, Roberts Perry.
Welch, A. li. Mrs.
\\ heatley, William M.
Wheatley. Jane Mrs.
\\ heatk-y, Kate C Miss.
Whipple, Isabella Mr
A. White, Sarah Mrs.
Wallingford, Ida ('. Miss. White, Agnes 0. Mrs.
Wands, William. White, Joel H.
Ward, P. .swell. White, Sarah Mrs.
Ward, Josephine II. Mrs. White, Elizabeth Mrs.
Ward, Mary Mrs. Williams, Charles.
Warner, Amanda M. .Mrs. Wiles, Rhoda J. Miss.
Second Presbyterian Church.
Wiles, Elizabeth Mrs. Winslow, Adonzo B.
Wiley. Kliasu G. Mrs. Wiseman, Barbara Mrs.
Williamson, Marshall D. Wiseman, Maggie Miss.
Williamson, Frances Mrs. Witt, Lucy C. Mrs.
Wilson, Mary T. Mrs.
Wilson, Grace D. Miss.
Wilson, Mary A. Mrs.
Wilson, Susan Mrs.
Wilson, Lizzie Mis-.
VV ilson, Thomas K.
\\ itt, Elva Miss.
W ood, Augustus J).
Wood, Elizabeth I). Mrs.
Wood, Daniel L.
Wood, Martha E. Mrs.
Wood, Marcia M. Miss.
Wright, J .Van Dorcn, Mrs
.Sabbath morning and evening at the usual hours.
Communion of the Lord's Supper, lirst Sabbaths of
February, April, June, October and December.
, Preparatory Service, Friday evening previous,
Infant Baptism, Sabbath morning succeeding each
Home School, at 2\ P. M.
Memorial Chapel School, at 9 a. m.
Sabbath morning, at !• a. m., in Session Room.
Thursday evening, at the Home Chapel.
Wednesday evening, at Memorial Chapel,.
First Tuesday evening of each month.
MEETING QE DEACONS' ito.vlil).
Alternate Saturday evenings.
MEETING OF YOUNG MKNl's ASSOCIATION.
First Monday evening of each month
SOCIAL KKUN IONS.
Every third week during the winter months at the
skwi no CIRCLES.
Two societies of the ladies, for preparation of mission-
ary boxes, and similar work, meet upon call, as circum-
J! EN KVOL GNT I 'ONI i; I HUT I ONS.
Third Sabbath morning of each month.
Collections for the poor in connection with the Sacra-
nent of the Lord's Supper.
ANNUAL MEETING OK CHURCH AND CONGREGATION.
First Thursday evening m January after the stated