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Continued from pago fl present time Hcv. A. M. Padgett is pastor, with onroUniont of S)0 >uciul)ers. The Sunday school under the suporinteudency of W. T. (loodlou is progressing fnBt. It has an enrollment of 148. Une of the most interest? ing classes of this Sunday school is the Young Men's Bible class with Mr. K. '1'. Garter as teacher. There ore about Ihirfy-flvo young men who attend regularly. Inside the church the organi Kations of societies are complete; The Baptist Young People's Uli. ion holds a meetingal the church every Sunday evening. Miss Liicilo Powell is president, and al tho present they have fifty-two members. The largest organi7.il t ion of the church is t he Woman 's Missionary Society, of which Mrs. K. T. Garter is president and also the Ladies' Aid Society. Mrs. K. [j. Hilton is president of the Sunbeam Society. Trinity M. E. Church. South The largest church in tho Gap ami Ihe church with the highest steeple in Holsten Conference is Trinity M. E. Church, South. The church was organized in the year 1888 and was erected in 1801 with Rev. J. O. Slraley as paslor. Sinco that time twelve ministers of Holsten Conference have served as pastors of this church and at tlie present time Kev. It. G. Reynold! is the reg? ular pastor with three hundred and twenty-seven member! on roll. Rev. E. A. Shugart is tho Presiding Klder of the Big Stone (lap district, and lives in Big Stone Gap. .1. S. Hamiden is superintendent of tho Sunday school, which 1ms a Steady en? rollment of one hundred and ninety-two with twelve classes. Of Ihe organizations inside the church, Mrs. Otis Mouscr is pres? ident of the Woman's Missionary society which is doing splendid work both in home and foreign missions. Another organization which is worth much to the church is the Hp worth League, September ?, 1897. It wub erect, ed by Kov. 1. B. Oilos, who was puHtor at that lime. Tue dedi? catory Hennen was preached by Rev. F. M. Marsh, of Kuusas. At ttlU present Hmo Rev. J. 8. Cam bin, of Wise, is the pastor, will) M. 11. Hambo, us district superintendent, whose llONIO IB in Bristol. The CllUrcb has an eurollineul of about ihirty.tive members. U. 10. Stone is superintendent of the Sunday school with .Miss Lula Moore as secretary und treasurer. Billy Sunday Club. After the successful campaign bold last June in the large tab? ernacle at Norton by Rev.W. A. Sunday, the business men of Wise county organized a Billy Sunday Club. The Big Stone On]) unit of this club met In the Baptist church here on the 31.it day of July and perfected tho organization of the Big Stone Uap unit. 10. T. Gaiter was elected chairman and W. S. Miller, secretary. This club moots every Sunday afternoon in the Baptist church with the exception of the second Sunday BAPTIST CHURCH Christ Church "Tho Little Ued Ohurch", ns the Hpiscppnl ohurch is called, is one of tho oldest churches in (his section und wan organised in 1802; through the efforts of Rev. Robert Oarter. The rectory was built by l>r. .Ino. J. Lloyd while he was Arch-deacon of southwest Virginia. During the iibscnso of the present rector, Rov. E. C Burnz, who is studying at tho Theological Seminary at Alexan? dria, Vs., Rev. Ohas. S. Smith, pf Lynchburg, and Rev. Hunting, of Norton, are lilting his appoint? ments. At the prescht lime the church has sixty-two cointnuui ates. Lev. Burnz is rector of the Episcopal church at Rig Stone (lap, Appalachia and Keokeo. Deaconess Adams has charge of tlx- clthrcll III Keokeo. The Sun? day school under tho supcrintcn d'ency ?-f Mrs. J. L. McOormick, bus an enrollment of thirty-six members with six regular classes. There are leu members on the Font roll. The tiro organizations in the church are the Llody Guild and the Ladies Auxiliary, with Mrs. R. 11 Alsover president, and Mrs. 0. D. Owens secretary and treasurer. I lu> largest young people's asso? ciation in the (Jap. At the pres? ent time with Mr. t'. \V. Bcnuitl as president, there are sevelily six members. It was organized 'in November of last year with twenty-seven members. Christian Church The Christian church, which i- situated on Wood Ave. facing the public school building, was organized May 8, 100?, by Uev. W. II. Hook, with llfteen mem? bers. At the present time, Kev. .1. N. Wolfe, of Appalachia, is the pallor. Services riro held first and third Sunday mornings and second and fourth Sunday evenings with one hundred and three members. Bible school Lord's Day morning with .Nor? man Russell as Biiperintoadent. There ara six elasses with an en? rollment of one hundred and twenty. The Voting People's Christian Endeavor society has recently been organized with Miss Virginia B?keras president. Betilah M. E. Church One of the pioneer churches of the (tup is the Bouluh M. K church, locatotl at the foot of imbbden Hill. The church was organized and dedicated on of each month when every Unit in the county meet together. In the Hig Stone Wnp club there is a regular attendance of about thirty men. At the present time they are studying the books of (he Obi Testament. 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