UTAH — Salt Lake County

Transcription of the
Cornerstone Time Capsule of
Gilead Baptist Church

Cornerstone Ceremony Program
transcription donated by John Hewes


Corner Stone Ceremony
460 Concord Street
Salt Lake City, Utah
August 25, 1950

HymnPraise Him!
InvocationMr. Harry Hubbard
Scripture ReadingMr. Bert Hewes, Chrmn.  Deacons
Mr. Harry Roberts, Pres.  Utah Bap.  Convention
History of Burlington Baptist ChurchMrs. F.  D.  Grant, Pres.  Gilead Ladies
History of Rio Grande Baptist ChurchMr. Norman McDonald, Church School Supt.
History of Gilead Baptist ChurchBarbara Gillum, Chrwn of Deaconess
HymnThe Old Rugged Cross
AddressRev.  Harry Coulter, Pastor of First Baptist Church of Ogden
Laying the Corner Stone:Rev.  Kenneth E.  Pederson
Mr. K.  B.  Fisher, Chrmn.  Of Trustees
Prayer of Dedication
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The Organist this evening is Mrs. Edith Lewis

The Gilead Baptist Church conducts its regular services at 1040 W.  200 S.
You are invited to worship with us at any of our services.
Sunday Services: 10:00
Church School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship

Praise Him!  Praise Him!  Jesus our blessed Redeemer.  Sing, O Earth His wonderful love proclaim!  Hail Him!  Hail Him!  Highest archangels in glory.  Strength and honor give to His Holy Name!  Like a Shepherd Jesus will guard His children, in His arms he carries them all day long.

Praise Him!  Praise Him!  Jesus, our blessed redeemer!  Heav'nly portals loud with Hosannas ring; Jesus, Savior, reigneth for ever and ever.  Crown Him!  Crown Him!  Prophet and Priest, and victorious, pow'r and glory unto the Lord belong.

Chorus: Praise Him!  Praise Him!  Tell of His excellent greatness; Praise Him!  Praise Him!  Ever in joyful song.

On a hill far way, stood an old rugged cross, The emblem of suff'ring and shame; And I love that old cross where the dearest and best, for a world of lost sinners was slain.

In the old rugged Cross, stained with blood so divine, a wondrous beauty I see; for T'was on that old cross Jesus suffered and died, to pardon and sanctify me.

To the old rugged cross I will ever be true, its shame and reproach gladly bear; then he'll call me some day to my home far away, Where his glory forever I'll share.

Chorus: So I'll cherish the old rugged cross, till my trophies at least I lay down; I will cling to the old rugged cross, and exchange it someday for a crown.

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