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Full text of "Minutes of the nineteenth annual session of the Pine Barren Baptist Association (Ala.) 1868"

16 

UMAMA BAPTIST HLSTOMCAL SOQETV 

OF THE 

'^INE'rEENTH ANNUAL ^EJSSIO ^^ 

OF XHK 

FT NT. BAIIREN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

ilKLU WITH THK 

^ETHSAIDA CHURCH, 

WILCOX COUNTY, ALA., ^ 

Onkhe 19th, 20th, and 2l8t of September, 186P. 



MONKUJvVALLi:., AiwA^ 



fOLTIiNAL OFFICF, 












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The Pine Barreu Baptist Association hold her Nine- 
I cent J> Annual Session with the Bethsaida Baptist Church, 
Wilcox County, Alabama, September 19th, 1868. 

The Annual Sermon was preached by Elder J. C Jones, 
from 1st John, 2nd chapter and 12th verse. 

After recess of one hour the Association was called to 
order by Elder C. W. Hare, the Clerk of last Session, 
(the former Moderator being absent) and on motion. Bro- 
ther R. H. Ervin, was appointed Moderator, pro. tem. 
After singing, and prayer iy Brother C. F. Sturgis, tha 
Letters from the Churches were read and the Messemgerij' 
names enrolled, -viz. 

First District* — New Providence,-J. T. Sayles. 

Gravel Creek — Letter, 

Rock West— J. Wilmer, R. H. Irvin, David Cook, J. E. 
Gullett, Sr., J. E. Gullett, Jr. ^ 

Camden — C. F. Sturgis, C. E. Brame. ' 

Bethany— J. J.-Hawthorne, A. T. Felts. 

Second District — County Line — Letter. ^ 

Ackerville— J. C. Jones, G. W. Albritton, T. H. 
Jones, B. K. Skinner. 

Bethsaida — J. H. Purifoy, W. M. Watson, Jas. Taylor, 
H. M. Lee, Jno McWhorter, J. Purifoy, J.^iT. Albritton. 
^ Bear Creek— Letter. 

Enon — R. A. Burson, N. B. Shaw. 

Union — M. L. McWilliams. 

Third District.— Gilgal—S. T. Glenn, J. F. Bruner.' 

Fellowship— J. B. Scott, A. J. Caldwell, Robt. Scott. 

Friendship-T-J.R. Hawthorne, H. J. Jones, N. Wright. 

Bethlehem — Jesse Hays, H. Creamer. 

Manniogham — James Dewberry, J. F. Butts. 

Ebenezer — S. Moore, Jr., T. Sims. 

Mount Pleasant — J. L. Eddins, B. N. Sills. 

Fourth District. — Indian Springs — B.K.Fort. 

rUt Creek — Letter. 



i'lnoville— C. W. lUre, H. E. Ddvidaon, D- Croaby, 
Daniel Robbing, J. B. CoUv. Jr. 

Oouford—P. J. Cree, H. H. Sturgig, G. W. Riler, 
J. W. Perrin, A. Lacy, A. Jenkins, P. C. Riley, 

Ne>?- Hope — Letter, 

Bethel — ^^Drury Massey. 

"2. Proceeded to the eleetion of ofi5cers»wbiph resulted 
iQ the election of Brother R. H. Irvin, Moderator, and 
in the election of Elder C. W. Hare, Clerk, and Brother 
J. R. GiiUett, Sr., Treasurer. 

3. Appointed the Pastor and Deacons of Bathsaida 
Church, with H. E. Davidson and J. K. Hawthorne, a 
Committee on Religious Sorvicea during the Sassion, 

4. R 3031 ved correspondence from Alabama As'&'ocia- 
tioQ, Elder B. H. Crumpton and Brother F. Lee. 

5. Appointed Comaiittees to report daring the Sea- 
gion, viz : 

State of Religion and Digest oF^'Letters. 
J. T, Bayles, D, Massey, and J. W. Perrin. 

Qaries and Requests. 
J. C Jones. D. Crosby, and B..R. Skinner. 

Correspondence. 
C. E. Brame, M. L. McWilliams, and T. H. Jones. 

Finance, 
J. B. Scott, J. H. Purifoy, and W. M. Watson. 

Nominations. 
G. W., Riley, G. W Albritton, and D. Bobbins. 
Heard Imports of Committees appointed last year, viz: 
On Missions—Laid on the table until Monday at 
.10 o^clpck. A. M. 

On Sabbath Schools — Laid on the table until Monday 
at 11 o'clock, A.M. 

On Ministerial and Denominational Education — 
Adopted, (See Appendix C.) 

The Committee on Preaching, reported Rrother M. L. 
McWilliams, to preach to-night ; C. F. Sturgis to-mof- 
JOS7 at 11 o'clock A. M. ; J. T. Bruner, to close. C. W. 
Hare, to-morrow at 2 P. M., H. H. Sturgis, to close. — 
C. E. Brame, to-morrow at night, J. T. Bayles, to close. 
To the Blacks— J. T. Bayles, 11 A. M., J. C. Jones, to 
close; P. J. Cree, st 2 P. M., J. L. Eidiris, to*close. 

Adjourned with religious services by Brother McWil- 
liams, until Monday morning at half-past 8 o'clock. 
Lord's Day — The services of the day opened with 
a f-Tsiypr' meetnig. after which the Brethren occupied ih* 



sUad according to previous uppointmcnt. Afc the elosa 
of the morning sermon, a collection was taken np for our 
Home Mission, amounting to 818 25. Tbe congregations 
large and attentive. 

Monday Morning — The AsBociation was opened with 
religious service, by Brother Bayles. Minutes read and 
approved, and roll corrected-. . Report of the Board of 
Managers concurred in and its Resolutions adopted- — 
(See appendi^^ A.) In accordance with the last resola- 
tion, the following amounts were pledged to aid in minis- 
t#rial education : Rock West. 850 00 ; T. J. Jones, 
510 00 ; G W Albritton, 825 00 ; ST Glenn. $5 00; 
11 E^ Davidson. $10 00 ; J W Perrin, 810 00 ; G W 
Riley, S15 00. ^ 

Report on Missions — Laid on the table. 
Report on Sabbath Schools — Adopted, (See app'x B.) 
Report on Religious Instruction of the Colored Peo- 
ple, adopted, (See appendix D.) 

On motion the above named Committee be ^trTckeu 
from the roll of committees. Elected a Board of Mana- 
gers, viz : First District, J E GuUett, Sr., J J Haw- 
thorne. Second District, G W Albritton. Third Dis- 
• irict, Nathan Wright. Fourth District, C W Hare. 
Report "on State of Religion, <fec, &c, adopted, (S«3 
appendix E) 

Report on Correspondence, received and GommiUee 
discharged. ^ ^^ 

Report on Queries, and Requests, received and Com- 
mitte discharged. ^■ 

Report on Nominations. C F Sturgis, to pre&ijh the 
next annual 6ermx)n, G W Hare, Alternate. 

Report of Missionary, adopted, (See appendix F.) 
On motion, wo appoint no Missionary this year. 
Appointed the next meeting of this body with th^ 
Fellowship Church, Wilcox County, Alabama, at tb« 
usual time. 

Report on Finance, adopted, (See appendix G) 
Ordered that the Clerk superintend the printing and 
dintributing the Minutes, and that he receive for his 
services what may be left after printing the minutes. 
Report of the Treasurer, adopted, (Seei appendix H) 
Besolvedf That the thanks of this Association ba 
tendered to the members of Bathsaida Church afld com- 
munity for their kindnes and hospitality daring oar session. 
Appointed the following Committees to report next 
Betflioo^: 



Missions — W Hare, D Crosby, A Lacy. 

Sabbath Schools — C E Brame, M L McWilliams, 
Q W Albritton. 

Ministerial and Denominational Education — C P Stur- 
gis. J H Pnjifoy, J E Gullett, Sr. 

Prayer was offered by Brother Oree, a hymn was sung, 
the parting hand extended and the Association adjourned 
a delightful and harmonious Session, to meet with the 
Fellowship Church, Wilcox County, Alabama, Saturday 
before the third Sabbath in September, 1869, at eleven 
o'clock, A. M. Pv. H. Ervin, Modertor. 

C. W. HARa. Olerk. * 

Tablo o'' Correspondence — To the Alabama Associa- 
tion. G W Albrition, J C Jones. To the Beth^.hem 
Asoociation — C W Hare, P J Cree, H E Davidson, 
J T Eayles, M L McWiUiams, J C Jones, D Massey, 
J W Perrin. 



TP.EASUREK'S BERORT.— (H.) 



J. E. GULLETT, Treasurer, in account 

with the Pine Barren Association. DR. 

To amount receivea from Finance Com- 
mittee for Domestic Mission* 8307 65 

To amount received from Finance Com- 
mittee for Minutes ....*• 58 25 



365.90 
> . CR. 

By amount paid Brother Jones as Missionary. . .S307 65 
By amount paid Brother Have for Minutes 58 25 

365 90 



TABULAR STATEMENT 



CHCRCHES. 



FIRST DloTRIOT. 

New Providence, 
<j{ ravel Creek,. . 

liockWest, 

lietbany,. 

^.'amden 

Canton 

S£C0NE DISTRICT. 

( 'ouuty Line*.. . 

Ackerville 

Beihsaida 

i'-aar Creek 

liinon. 

rnion .> 

Alienton 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Oilgalf 

l'\'llowship.. . . . 
Friendship, 'f . . . 

ijethiehem 

.Manningllam... . 
ICbenozer |. , . , . 
-Mount Pleasant§ 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Indian Springs. 

Fiat Creek 

Pineville 

New Hope 

i^ethel 

Bell's Lauding. , 
< 'on cord 



PASTORS. 



POST OFFICE 



CLKRKS. 



J T Bavles,... Camden Ishdhn Moore. , 

J T Bayles. . . . Camden W G Johnson 

C F Stnrgis.... Camden ^FGulJett.., 

C E Brame .... Camden J J Hawthorn 

F Stnrgis .... Camden F P M Gilber 

Not Represented 

Missionary. .... 

B H Crumpton. Carlowvillja ,. ,. G W Albritto 

B H Crumpton. Snow Hill JHPurifoy... 

P J Cree Alienton J E Fore 

L W Lindsey ^ Fatama J F Burson . . . 

MLM' Williams Alienton J W Woodso^ 

Not Represented 

JFEruner.... Monterey P M Little 

J E Bell Monterey Robt Scott. . .^ 

J E Bell Pine Apple .... Jere Keyser . . 

J C Jones Butler Springs... Jesse Hays. . . . 

J F Bruner. . , . . Butler Springs.. N L Stuckey..., 

J F Bruner Butler Springs.. S Mo'ore, tfr. . . 

MLM' Williams Pine Apple WE Coieman; 

MlM' Williams Newtown Acad'y B KFort... 

L W L.ndsey.. . NewtownAcad'y A Marshall , 

C F Sturgis .... NewtownAcad'y J M David oiu 

P J Cree NewtownAcad'y T J Bobbins. 

JMcWilliams. . Bell's Landing.. S R Thompson 

Not Represented 

L W Lindsey. . . Bufna Vista ... . LHDuke.... 



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^^"*Licened 3. (colored), and ordained 3 ministers, fOi 
Letter. §Ordained J. L. Eddies to the Ministry. 



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f CHURCHES FOR 1868. 



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J. F. Bruner to tlie Ministry. JXnniber of m'^mbcis not put c(i\\:s 



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^i>r»EiSr>ix J 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGErvS.— (A.) 

Your Board held its session in November with the Con- 
cord Church, aud again in May with the Enou Church. 
We have receievod irom the delinquent Churches for last 
year.^ho following amounts, viz.: Concord, $32 2^5 : Fel- 
lowship, S7 25 r C. MiniB. ^10 OO, making a total of 
J&49 50»j^ill leaving a balance of S72 30 unpaid of last 
year. Which amount Brother Jones releases the Associ- 
ation from farther liability ; but holds the parties respon- 
sible to him for the payment. And we would urge said 
parties the necessity of making a speedy arrangement to 
settle with him, as he has done the work and needs the 
money. We would also state, we have had a settlement 
with Brother Jones, aud find, after deducting for lost 
time, V7e are due him, for his services the present year, 
$450. For further particulars in relation to mission 
field, we refer you to the report of the Missionary. 

According to instructions given at the last session of 
this body, the Board have made' inquiries in regard to 
brethren who may be looking forward to the Ministry ; 
and it is with emotion? of gratitude that we havfs uoti 
language to express, (whilst our aged Ministers al^, one 
by one called to their rest, or through age and infirmity, 
compelled to retire from the field of active labor), U^a 
prayer to the Lord of the harvest "that He would send 
forth laborers to the harvest," which no doubt has been 
offered during the past associational year, has not been 
unheard by the Great Head of the Church. From infor- 
mation obtained from many sources, the Board feel en- 
co'uraged to hope and believe that there are quite a num- 
ber of brethren within our bounds who are, more orlesa. 
impressed with the duty of consecrating themselves to thd 
Ministry, and that it is clearly the duty of the Churches 
to afford them such facilities as 'their circumstances mar 
require to qualify themselves, that they may become 
"workman that need not be ashamed." Therefore, to 
carry out the above objects, we would recommend tho 
adoption of the following resolutions : 

Jiesolved, Ist. That this whole subject be entrusted to 
the Board -of Managers, under the following instructions. 



viz : To receivd anil assist, so far as iLe means in their 
L&Qd« may enable them, such as shall Ist', Present a li- 
ceusQ from their respective Churches. 2J. A 1-ecommen- 
dation from a neighboring Church approving thereof.-— 
3d. Ab shall give satisfactoryevidence to the Board of 
their Christian character and call to the Ministry. 

Resolved. 2d That an opportunity be now offered to the 
Ohnrches, Brethren, and others friendly to the cause of 
Ministerial education, to give pledges for the above nam- 
ed objects. Which pledges shall be liable only to assess- 
ment pro rata, as the exigences o\ the Board may rrgm 
time to time require. And they be further authorized to 
make such appeals for further assistance as ^ey may 
judge expedient. 0. W, HARE, President. 



REPORT ON SABBATH SCHOOLS.~.(B.} 

Your Committee is pained to say, that as a denomina- 
tion, we are slack in our duty, and behind the age in 
which we live in the religious instruction of onr chil- 
dren. Too much stress cannot be laid on the fact that 
she Sabbath School is the nursery of the Church. It is 
there that intimate connection between the facts of revela- 
tion and the duties v^hich iiow from them, for the narra- 
tive portions of Scripture can be made the vehicle for 
irapart|pg a knowledge of those doctrines which underlie 
the Ch'nstian system. UalikQ pulpit teaching, the child 
ia addressed in his own language and is thus enabled to 
unHerstand what otherwise would be inexplicable. Bap- 
tists are a peculiar people, having many distinctive marks 
to distinguish them from other professing Christians. If 
we regard these differences as Scriptural and essential, 
should w^ not sedulously impart our belief to our children? 
Your Committee would suggest the propriety of each 
Church having a Sabbath School in which the doctrines 
of of our Church are plainly taught. Let Baptist bcoks 
he used. Can there be any reasonable objection to this ? 
Are we right? Then let. us instruct our children in the 
right way. It may be said, **that is not charitable tow- 
ards others ;" but there should be no compromise with 
error. If Baptism by immersion is the only Scriptural 
mode, then teach the children so. If the doctrine of elec- 
tion is of God, let it be unfolded that they- may accept of 
Uie Urms of the Gospel. In all ages tho doctrices which 



We beHeve, have been derided,, and yet the professors of 
them have, from age to age, been the conservators of a 
Scriptural Christianity, and the valiant defenders of lib- 
erty of conscience. Shall we fail of our duty ? Sh'all we 
suffer our children to wander into the path of error for 
want of Scriptural instruction ? No I let every Baptist 
Church have its School in which shall be taught all tba 
doctrines and teachings of the Bible as received and under- 
stood by u^. JOHN WILMER. Chairman. 

REPORT ON MINISTERIAL AND DENOMINA- 
TIONAL EDUCATION.— (C.) 

Your Committee report tba*. while we view this sub- 
ject as of the highest importance as Baptists and Chris- 
tians, yet we are unable t6 present to your body anything 
of interest, more than has been reported previously. Wjj 
are pleased to say that within our bounds there is no con- 
troversy on this subject. All admit its great importance 
— all feel its pressing necessity. Your Com mittee believo 
that all oar brethren require in this matter, is an oppor- 
tunity. Let one or more young brethren, of acknowledg- 
ed piety and Z'^al, present themselves as beneficiaries of 
this Association, and your Committee woliid aloioat 
guarantee tBey would be gladly, cheerfully, and liberally 
aided, indeed we know of no object at present,- which 
would more quickly and thoroughly arouse the liberality 
of our brethren than one of this kind. Oar brethrei?^fecl 
its importance. The condition of our Associaiion adcsou- 
ishes us that something must be done, and that speedily, 
or we will soon have none to *'break to us the Bread of 
Life.** Many of our good old Ministers are passing away» 
their labors are well nigh over, and who are to fill thair 
places? And what are we doing, as a bod7, in iTeloing 
others to prepare and 'qualify themselves for this great 
work ? Brethren, these questions should sink deep into 
our hearts And stir us up to watchfulness and prayer.— 
"We hope and trust some measures may be adopted by 
your body at its present eeasion, which will arouse the 
Churches to pray the Lord of the harvest that be would 
ien"d more laborers into his vineyard. 

J. E. GULLEIX Chairman, 



BEPOKT OK THE RELiaiOUS INSTBtJCTiON OF 
THEBLACKS.—(D.) 

Wo would respectfully offer the following resolution : 
In order that they may be taught the necessity of whole- 
some discipline, that in such cases as may be judged ex- 
pedient, they be organized into separate bodies, if possi* 
ble, under the .supervision of the Church with whom they 
may have been connected . 

J. K. HAWgrHORN, Chairman. 

EEPORT ON TEE STATE OF RELIGION AND 
DIGEST OF LETTERS. —(E.) ^ 

Your Committee beg leave to report that they havd 
carefully examined the Letters and they find 21 Churches 
represented; 272 received by Baptism; 60 ■• received by 
Letter ; 12 restored ; 68 excluded ; 72 dismissed ; show- 
ing a net gain of 177, and five . Churches not represented. 
We rejoice that peace and harmony prevail in the 
Churches. Brethren, Jet us thank God and take courage 
and persevere in the good work of our master.. 

J. T. BAYLES, Chairman. 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONARY.— (F.) 

To the Pine Barren Baptist Association — Beloved 
Brethren : At the last annual session of your body, I was 
chosen your Missionary to travel and labor in your bounds, 
therefOTB it is proper for me to make a report of my la- 
boL's, and the success attending the great work assigned 
inej^" I commenced my labors on Friday after the adoum- 
mcnt of your last session, and continued to give my whole 
time until the 29th of December ; during which time I 
was enabled to close up the unfinished work left over from 
the previous year's labors, making arrangements whereby 
I might be enabled to extend my labors into fields of great- 
er destitution, hoping thereby to accomplish more good 
Ihsn could otherwise be effected Hn Chu-ches that were 
tess destitute. Bat my health failed upon the date above 
designated, and I was unable to enter upon njy work un- 
til the Ist of April. Since thea I have given my whole 
time, as my health would admit, until your present ses- 
sion, relying upon the precious promise that my labor in 
the Lord would not be in vain ; but would accom^lifh 
that whercunto be had sent it. And now, brethren, as to 
the Bucceea^attending the effort put forth in His great name, 



T have great reason to th&uk God thej^ have not been fruit- 
less. At the Chorch at Ooonty Line I adrised, and hj 
the aid of ministering brethren, ordained 3 ministers : 
2 Deacons ; Baptised 66 ; Licensed 3 ; Kestored 3— all 
colored. At Gilgal — Ordained 1 minister and 2 Deacons 
Baptised 2 ; Received by Letter 1 ; Restored 1 —all white. 
At Manningham — Baptised 1 — white. Ebenezer— Bap- 
tised % ; Received by Letter 1 ; Restored 1 — all whites ; 
Ordained 1 Deacon. At Bethlehem— Baptised 17 ; Re- 
stored 3 ; Received by Letter 2 ; Ordained 2 Deacons — 
all white&T Accessions to the Churches, whites 44 ; 
blacks 69, Total 113. I have succeeded in settling the 
difficulty which has long severed the Church at County 
Line^ and it stands united and organized, and a self-sue* 
tainiug Church, with a membership of four hundred and 
forty or fifty, as near as we can arrive at. Gilgal, Man- 
ningham, Ebenezer, and Bethlehem stand as organized 
and self-spstaining Churches. For further particulaia 
relative to these facts and as to the number of their mem- 
bership, and of having the Gospel preached to them, I 
tcfer you to the statistical accounts given in their Lett«rf 
of Correspondence to your body. Notwithstanding these 
happy results of the advancement of Christ's cause in our 
midst, doubtless arising from the blessing of God attend- 
ing the effort put forth on your part to sustain Miifliona- 
ry labor in your bounds, there is yet destitution that de- 
mands your attention and aid. While precious souls ^e 
perishing for the word of plernal Life, let us not faintor 
grow weary in well-doing. 

J. CAPERS JONES, Missionary. 



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FINANCE REPOllT.— (G.) 



CHURCHES. 






New Providence, $2 70 
Gravel Creek, . . 1 ^5 
Rock West,... . 5 00 

Bethany, 1 75 

Camden 1 50 

Ackerville . 5 00 

Bethsaida 5 00 

Bear Creek 1 50 

Enon 3 05 

Union* 

Oilgal... 2 00 

Fellowshipf ... 2 00 
Friendship .... 4 00 

Bethlehem 1 45 

Maaningham... . 2 75 

Ebd&€zer ...... 3 00 

Indian SpringsJ; 1 55 

"l^lat Creeks 

Pinevillell 5 00 

iN'ew Hope 2 00 

Concord 4 00 

Bethel**., 1 75 

Bell's Landing 

PnblicColIection .... 
Mount Pleasant 2 00 

%V Wiggins 

IS Garner .i 

S Byrd .... 



( HuMB. 

Mis 81 OK. 

Paid I Unpaid 

a..... ^ .4. 

'56*60 II'.V.'. 

li 50 8 50 

•>«•.. «.•.<■ 

50 00 

40 00 

...... 3000 

5 00 

8 25 

7 00 

27 fe5 7 75 

6 45 

/;28 io 1*90 

5 00 

10 00 

20 00 

15 25 *i4*75 

5 00 

5 00 10 00 

18 25 



5 00 
5 00 
5 00 



58 25 307 05 87 00 

J. h. SCOTT. 
• J. H. I'KURIFOV, 
W. 1.1. WATSON, 

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