New Church


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New Church

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(Protestantism) another name for the New Jerusalem Church
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Ut was all on account o' Samuel, which was the name o' her youngest an' they do say her favourut brother--hum oz died by hus own hond all through the munuster's mustake un no registerun' the new church ot Dublin.
Looking upon the foundation-stones as similar to a ship's keel, it never entered the minister's nor the Presbytery's head that the new church was legally any other than the old church.
An' three couples was married the first week un the new church," Clara said.
We go to the New Church now, and that is rather further than she can walk.
The building of a new church, previously begun, had cost about 10,000 in each of the last two years, and he did not know how the rest, about
It gave Rebecca and Emma Jane some hours of sorrow to learn that a certain village in the wake of Abner Simpson's line of progress had acquired, through the medium of an ambitious young minister, a magnificent lamp for its new church parlors.
It dates back to the new church, three years ago," answered Captain Jim.
But we think there would be very few such sermons in the new church or chapel, for the interest of that life could hardly be very varied, when all such sayings as that "though He was rich, for our sakes He became poor" have ceased to be applicable to it.
It was the Princess, more than the missionary, who was responsible for my expressing my faith in works, and especially in that crowning work, the New Church, Our Church, the Queen-mother's church.
In answer to my inquiries after the use of this article, she informed me it was a covering for the altar of a new church lately erected near Gateshead.
Not only is it true that Pauline loved me, but it is also true that this very morning, before she died, she wrote at that table a will leaving me and my new church half a million.
The new church, which opened last month, comes at a time when 80 percent of churches nationwide are either in decline or have plateaued.