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One Hundred Years of the 

United Presbyterian Church Greenville


submitted by Sue Elliott




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         Mrs. Maria M. Cafferty       Mrs. Anna White                        


last year or two the additions to the list of communicants have hardly offset the removals, and the time is surely not far distant, when our numbers must be depleted and our income greatly reduced.  Some of us may not be here when the time arrives, but part of our business is to look to the future and plan for it.  A start has been made along this line in the new East End Sabbath school which has just been started.  Through the generosity of Hon. E. S. Templeton, of the Presbyterian church, a lot was donated and upon it has been built and dedicated a place of worship.


This is only the beginning of better things for us as a church.  How best can we aid in securing permanency for the work of this church when we shall have passed away?  It can be done in the way of gifts as a sinking fund fund for securing of a central location, or else for the establishment of a Second church if the town continues to grow.  You who have money to leave behind you think of this


     Mrs. Mary Doan   Mrs. George Carringer



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