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UKULELE vs. CHURCH ORGANS
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C. Clyde, Tem porary Clerk. The reports to the Presbytery were very encouraging, especially the report of the Committee on Presbyterial Home Mission, which showed all of our churches supplied and the- churches making good progress. There were 642 additions to the churches on confession of faith and 600 by certificate. The Rifts to all the beneficent causes were $75,000. Four years ago tho amount was $27,000. Gifts from the Church societies were over $25,000, while the Sunday schools gav for all purposes over $24,000. There were 3,440 mombers of the va rious Church societies and over 7,000 in th? Sunday schools The next meeting will be in Suffolk, October 11. 1321. R. B. Grinran S. C. HO W OK K. Toe Presbytery of Roanoke met in New Concord church on April lith. Rev. Charles Montgomery, Moderator, and Elder L. C. Afher. Temporary Clerk. Oprnlnic wriimn w as preached by Rev. Dr. B. F. Bed Miner text, 1 Cor. 12:27. A Sabbnth School Institute "Was con ducted by Itev. P. M. Allen, end forceful edilrcsses were made on this depart ment of tho Church's work by Revs. Wesley Baker and W E. Harrop. Mr. H. H. Brownell addressed the Presbytery in behalf of the Synod's Mil lion-Dollar Campaign. and the Presby tery heartily tndorsed this cxmpaign for Synod's educational institutions. Rev. J. M. W. Elder resigned th*s Stated Clerkship of the Presbytery, and Rev. P. M Allen was elected to this oillce. Presbyterial sermon was prenched bv Rev. G?orge F", Bell; text. 1 Feter 5:2. N'ext stated meeting at South Boston. Va., September 27, 1921. 8 P. M. F. M. Allen, S. C. f.OITISVll.I.E. Louisville Presbytery met. at Crescent Hill church, Louisville, April 11-13, 1921. Rev. E. IT. Carlcton was elected Mod erator and Rev. Thomas Rrewster, Tem porary Clerk. Rev. Ben Anders was received from the Presbyterv of New Albany, IT. S. A., and Candidate I, Wlxc>x from the Pres bytery of East Alabama. Car.dldate R T. St. Clair was licensed to preach the gospel. Rev. H. R. Laird resigned the pastor ate of the Harrod's Creek and Spring dale churches, and the pas-total rela tions were rcductar.tly dissolved. Mr. laird was hop .rablv retired after a pe riod of service in the ministry of fifty two years. Rev. A. Killougrh offered Ms resigna tion as nnstor of tie Eminence and Pleesureville churches, and was dis missed to the Presbytery of Memphis. R?v. Ben Anders accepted a call to Bardtown. Ky.. am' a commission com posed of Rev. IT. H. Sweets, D. D.. Rev. L O. Spencer and Rev. C. H. Prather and Rulinsr Elder ,T. S. May was ap pointed to Install him Puodav, Mav 1st. Licentiate R T. St. Clair accepted the call of the Portland Avenue church, and a commission consisting of Rev. A. A. Higglns, Rev. P. B. Hill. Rev. W. H. Hopper and Ruling Elder Fritz Nelson was appointed to install him Sunday, May 15th. at 3 p. M. Pouth Frankfort church presented a call for the pastoral services of Rev. T. Wilcox, and the Flora Heights church extended a call for the pastoral ser vices of Rev. .T. P. Smith. Jr., of the Presbytery of West Lexington. Rev. P. H. Pleune was appointed to preach the Presbyterial sermon at the next meeting on "The Proper Keeping of the Sabbath in Modern Life." The Gem ra| Assembly was overtured to restore the colv.mn In the statistical blanks called 'Miscellaneous Benevo lences," Instead c-f the present one called "Miscellaneous Contributions." The Home Mission Committee report ed the pavment of over $5,000 mortgag> notes, which wis received with Joy and thanksgiving by the Presbytery. A special vote of tharks f>nd appre ciation was exprcrsed by the Presbyterv on account of the good work of one '?f Its members, Rev H. H. Sweets. D. D.. in securing the large endowment for the fund on Ministerial Relief. The next stated meeting will bo held at Glasrow. Ky. The Presbyterv adjourned to meet May 2d at 2 P. M, at the Presbyterian ThecloRlcal Semlnarv. Louisville. Kv. W. II. Hopper, S. C. ni\(oii n. Met in Mooresvllle, N. C.. April 12th 14tb. and was opened with a sermorr by Rev. .T. A. McLean. Rev. W. C. Wauehope. of Concord, was elected Moderator, and Rev. F. A. Barnes and Mr. J B. Johnston were elected Temporary Clerks. Sotuhlr VdalrcKneNi ReV. A W. Craw ford. in the Interest of Synod's Homo Missions; Dr. ,T. R. Bridges, on the Pres byterian Standard; Dr Frazer Hood, of the Davidson faculty. In connection with tho Home Mission report, op "The Mo rale of the Heme Mission Worker": Dr. Walter L l.lngle en "Presbvtf rianlsm." The reports from the churches were encouraging. There wero 475 additions by confession and 397 by certlcate. Tho total membership Is now 9,524. A largo proportion of the churches report tho Fvery-Member Canvass, and 1109,241 was contributed to the ter. causes of Sys tematic P.en eflcer.ce. Rev. P. A. Barnes was elected Perma nent Clerk of Prrshytory. There was no invitation for the fall meeting:, but It Is hoped there will ho one by the time of the adjourned meet In??, which will be held In Statesvillo June 7th at 11 A. M. R D. Brown, S. C. rp\TRAIi MISSISSIPPI. The Presbytery of Central Mississippi met In Forest on April 12. 1921. Ofl(!eer*s Rev. C. O Groves. D. D? Moderator, and Rev. G. T. Gillespie, Temr orary Clork. neeelved: Rev. A. M. Ayres from the Presbytery of Winnebago, IT. R. A. He accepted a call from the Vlcksburg church, and nrrnnsrempnts were madt? for bis Installation. Rf-v. R. TT. Mrtlrid--! accepted a call from the French Camp church, and a commission was appoint ed to Install him. T>l?ml?na>al : Rev. C. T. Thomson, T>. O, to Mississippi Presbytery; and Rev. W, TT. Frnzer, T>. P., to the Presbytery of Mecklenburg. Prcnliyfrrinl Sermon: Pr. ."I R. TTiltton on "Future Rewards and Punishment.? Tie was requested to furnish a copy of ibe sermon for publication. Rev. G. T? Pltzer, P. P., was anpolnted to preach tv>e next Preshyterial sermon; subject "The Resurrection." Next Slnl^il Meeting?: At Belhaven College, Jackson. \rtjnurneri Meetlniss At the cnll of the Moderator fliirlne Ihe <rmmer Training School at Bel haven Colleiro. F. W. Ford. S. C. MISSISSIPPI. Presbyterv met In Nutchejs. Miss, April 12. 1921, und was opened with .1 sermon by Re?'. R. M. McGchee, from text Prov. 11:30. Mmlerntor ; Ruling Fld?r G. A. Ten rlsson. of Montlcello church. Clerk: R?v. A. F. Foirartee. l)i?iiii?ieii: Rrv. J. T. Cherry to Pres. bytery of Potosl. Received: P^v. C. T. Thomson from Presbyterv of Central M'sslsslppl. rnllM fre-m Certrevllle and other rhurcbes of the group were placed In Pr. Thomson" i hands and accepted by him. Commissions were appo'nted to In siall him. Home MIhhIoiim: Communication from Synod's committee was received outlin ing plan of work embracing a superin tendent. who shall be manager of Rvs tematlc Peneficence. and an evangelist, and heartllv endorsed ar.d quota guaran tood daymen's Association made report, and their work was commended. Thetf nropc.se to secure an evangelist for Pres bytery. Southwestern I'nlversKys Prosbvterv adopted heartv resolutions commending the great cause to our pecple; welcom ing representatives of the campaign for money to all our churches; calling at tention of ?wealthy people to this fln.? ooportunitv for Investment, which will yield bountifully. Presbyterlal sermon vas preached by S C. Caldwell on "Immortality." Presbytery directed the Temporary ClcrU to publish the sermon. Dr. C. T. Thomson was appointed to preach the Presbyterial sermon at tho next meeting: on text Rom. 6:14. S. C. Caldwell. S. C. 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