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One Hundred Years of the 

United Presbyterian Church Greenville


submitted by Sue Elliott




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as pastor, December 11th of the same year.  When he began his pastorate, after a vacancy of several months, the church could report but about 200 members.  Through his faithful service the church continued to grow and make substantial progress along every line of work.  He continued as pastor until April 1st, 1896, when he was released to accept a call from the Fourth church of Philadelphia, where he now labors.  He was the second pastor which this congregation furnished that church.  The pastorate of Dr. Scouller was marked by a quiet, steady growth.  Though there were many removals yet it more than held its own and reported at the close 290 members.  Dr. Scouller left the church united and harmonious.  His ministry was blessed and he still fondly remembered by the congregation and the entire community. 


Pastorate of Rev. D. G. McKay, D. D.


The present pastor is the seventh in the history of the church.  This call was made in September,  1896, and the pastor preached his first sermon on the third Sabbath of November of the same year.  He was installed as pastor in December, 1896.  He received a most cordial



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John Davidson, elder - 

died 1901



Mrs. John Davidson



J. Madison Bean, elder - 

died 1899



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