3 edition of A century sermon, preached in Newark, New Jersey, January 1, 1801 found in the catalog.
A century sermon, preached in Newark, New Jersey, January 1, 1801
|Statement||by Alexander MacWhorter|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Get this from a library. A century sermon, preached in Newark, New Jersey, January 1, containing a brief history of the Presbyterian Church in that town.
[Alexander Macwhorter]. A century sermon, preached in Newark, New Jersey, January 1, containing a January 1 history of the Presbyterian Church in that town / by: Macwhorter, Alexander, Published: (). The government of God desirable a sermon delivered at Newark, N.J., October,during the session of the Synod of New-York and New-Jersey / by: Beecher, Lyman, 1801 book ().
Founding and 18th century. Newark was founded in by Connecticut Puritans led by Robert Treat from the New Haven Colony to avoid losing political power to others not of their own church after the union of the Connecticut and New Haven colonies.
It was the third settlement founded in New Jersey, after Bergen, New Netherland (later dissolved into Hudson County, then incorporated into Jersey. New Jersey Statewide Online Genealogy Records.
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A History of the city of Newark, New Jersey: embracing practically two and half centuries, V.3 Genealogy Gophers. A Quarter Century: the Sermon Ancestry. Filed under: Sermons, American -- 17th century Gods Promise to His Plantation (), by John Cotton, ed.
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Ford (), The industrial interests of Newark, N. J, New York: Van Arsdale & Company, OCLCOL M. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This church was nicknamed "Old First Church".
On January 1, Rev MacWhorter preached his well known "Century Sermon". The Rev. Edward Dorr Griffin was installed as a colleague pastor with Rev.
MacWhorter on Octo and succeeded him in the pastorate when the Rev. MacWhorter died. the anniversary year: founded in Present edifice dedicated January 1, (First Presbyterian Church (Newark, New Jersey)) Family History Library 75th anniversary, the Wolff Memorial Presbyterain Church, Wilson Avenue and Ann Street, Newark, N.J.
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Original data: Imbrie, Charles Kisselman. History of the First Presbyterian Church of Jersey City, New Jersey, in four discourses preached in the month of July, also the discourse preached at the closing of services in the church building, Sunday morning, Ap 8.
^ Edward D. Griffin, A Sermon Preached J at the Funeral of the Rev. Alexander MacWhorter, D.D., Senior Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, in Newark, New-Jersey, by Edward D.
Griffin, A.M., Surviving Pastor of Said Church (New York: S. Gould, ) Pages According to the “Inventory of the Church Archives of New Jersey: The Presbyterians,” (Newark, NJ: Historical Records Survey, ), the First Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey, was organized aroundwhen it was voted to erect a meeting house at Broad Street.
The church was incorporated in Irwin, Barbara S., and Elizabeth B. Turner, Guide to the Chart Collection in the New Jersey Historical Societyrevised edition, Newark, New Jersey: New Jersey Historical Society, (Family History Library book A1 no. ) This pamphlet indexes the above-mentioned genealogical charts.
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