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1951 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Jan 1951

1951 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1951 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Grover, NC, Temple Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC, and Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. R. Cantrell.


1941 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1941

1941 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1941 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Elizabeth Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by A. M. Kiser. The report on Boiling Springs Junior College states that the College is launching a fundrasing drive to raise $100,000. The WMU report stated that their 86 member raised $6540.40 in the last year for missions. The report on the Baptist Training Union stated that 32 of 48 Associational churches facilitated a training program. The Association took up an offering for Boiling Springs Junior College totaling $6986.03. The minutes concluded with ...


1940 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1940

1940 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1940 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Carpenter's Grove Baptist Church in Lawndale, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. A. Elam. Dr. M.A. Adams, a representive from "Dry Forces" distributed cards to the Association to petition the state legislature for a statewide referendum on the topic. The Relief and Annuity Board reported that a new statewide plan called the North Carolina Ministers' Retirement Plan has been established. Polkville and Love Valley churches joined the Association. The General Board reported that N.L. Whistnant was elected to the office of Sunday School ...


1939 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1939

1939 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1939 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Grover, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. A. Hoffman. The General Board reported the passing of Association Clerk Rev. J.V. DeVenny. The Baptist Training Union reported that its leader, Wynn Washburn, has left to pursue another field of service. The Association expressed gratitude towards the family of Bowman Gray for starting the Bowman Gray Fund for the purpose of establishing a medical school at Wake Forest College.


1938 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1938

1938 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1938 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Sandy Plains Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. L. Jenkins. The Women's Missionary Union observed its fiftieth anniversary. The Baptist Hospital report indicated that building expansion is needed to provide accommodations for more patients and equipment. The Committee on Our History recommends that the Association's executive committee should present a method for preserving the history of the Association at the next meeting.


1937 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1937

1937 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1937 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by C. V. Martin. The Committee on Religious Literature recommends The Royal Service, The Window Y.W.A., and World Comrades publications. John William Suttle has served as Moderator for the Kings Mountain Baptist Association for twenty-five years. Wade D. Bostic, a missionary to China gave a report on the country's conditions.


1936 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1936

1936 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1936 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. G. Camp. The State Missions report indicated that great work is being done at the Oteen Mission hospital, which has 800 tubercular patients. The State Missions report recommends that all churches observe State Mission Day on the fourth Sunday in October, or some other time during the year. The Baptist Training Union report indicated that the Adult Union, which was created in the last few years, makes valuable contributions to the Baptist Training Union.


1935 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1935

1935 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1935 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by A. G. Sargeant. The report on Mills Home provided an overview of the Baptist Orphanage of North Carolina's 50 year history. An associational Deacon's Day meeting was held at Double Springs Church. The Boiling Springs Junior College report recommends that a permanent committee should be established to promote the interests of the College. The report on Christian Training indicated that the position of Boiling Springs Junior College president, filled by A.C. Lovelace ...


1934 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1934

1934 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1934 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at New Prospect Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by Zeno Wall. The Women's Missionary Union was recognized at the State Convention for reaching all points on the Standard of Excellence. The Boiling Springs Junior College report indicated that there were a record number of students enrolled at the college, and that there were five states represented in the student body. The Report on Ministerial Relief and Annuities asked that churches contribute to the Relief and Annuity Board and Co-operative Program to help increase ...


1933 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1933

1933 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1933 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Patterson Grove Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by T. L. Justice. The Association adopted a motion to make changes to the Constitution and Confession of Faith. The Report on Temperence and Public Morals opposes the repeal of the 18th Amendment. The Committee on Obituaries provided a memorial tribute to the late J.D. Huggins.


1932 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1932

1932 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1932 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at New Bethel Baptist Church in Lawndale, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by D. F. Putnam. The Foreign Mission Board reported that there are more baptisms abroad than there were church members twenty-five years ago. The Southern Baptist Convention asked the Baptists of the South to raise money to help with Foreign Mission Board expenses. The Report on Christian Education indicated that Boiling Springs Junior College has met all of the Standard Association of Southern Colleges and Secondary Schools' requirements except for the income requirement. The Association Historian ...


1931 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1931

1931 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1931 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Zion Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by L. L. Jessup. G.G. Page announced that he will no longer serve as Superintendent of the Kings Mountain Baptist Sunday School Association. The Report on Temperance and Public Morals resolved to oppose gambling and games of chance in the county. The Boiling Springs Junior College Annual Report indicated that the school's football program has been cut due to economy and expense. The Annual Report also asks that the Association's churches put the College ...


1930 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1930

1930 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1930 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Patterson Springs Baptist Church in Patterson Springs, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by Wallace Hartsell. The State Missions report mentioned that the Board took on missionary work with Indians in Robeson County, and the Cherokees in Swain County. The Baptist Young People's Union (B.Y.P.U.) reported continued growth in membership. the Boilign Springs Junior College reported record enrollment growth. The College made arrangements to lease equipment and classrooms, and provide instruction for some high school subjects with the Cleveland County Board of Education.


1929 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1929

1929 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1929 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Boiling Springs Baptist Church in Boiling Springs, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by C. J. Black. The report on State Missions recommends that pastors renew efforts to gain support for the State Missions, and that the Association should encourage its members to subscribe to the Biblical Recorder to stay informed. The Foreign Missions report indicated that missionary work in China, Latin America, Nigeria, and Europe has made progress. The Baptist Hospital reports recommends a Mother's Day offering contributions to help support the hospital's charity work ...


1928 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1928

1928 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1928 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Beaver Dam Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. L. Jenkins. The report on Christian Education suggest that members provide support for the Centennial Fund and Boiling Springs Junior College. The tentative agreement to transition Boiling Springs High School to a junior college was adopted by the Convention with a few amendments. J.B. Davis will take over as president of Boiling Springs Junior College, and J.D. Huggins will become dean. the Commitee on Obituaries reports the passing of Rev. A.H ...


1927 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1927

1927 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1927 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Double Shoals Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by Zeno Wall. The Committee on Women's Work reports that the Women's Missionary Union has shown growth and progress, and is making plans for their fortieth anniversary celebration. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report indicated that there was a deficit in operating expenses for the first time, and a faculty reorganization. A tentative agreement was made to begin the transition to a junior college.


1926 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1926

1926 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1926 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Kings Mountain Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by G. P. Abernathy. The Home Missions report mentioned providing interpreting services for deaf mutes to allow them to participate in church services. The Historian's Report provided details about the origin of the Association. The Boiling Springs High School Board of Trustees Report recommends that the school transition to a junior college. The Committee on Obituaries reports the passing of Rev. A.C. Irvin and Missionary G.P. Bostick.


1925 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1925

1925 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1925 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Shelby First Baptist in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by Rush Padgett. The Committee on Education reports enrollment growth at Wingate High School and Junior College, and Mars Hill. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report indicated that a new central heating plant was installed, and that the Memorial Building is now complete. The Committee on Obituaries reports the death of Rev. G.P. Hamrick.


1924 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1924

1924 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1924 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Double Springs Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by R. L. Lemons. The Committee on Church Finance recommends creating a budget system for church member contributions. Wallace Grove Church was admitted to the Association. The Committee on Education recommends providing financial support for rebuilding Meredith College. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report indicated that the Memorial Building construction is nearly complete.


1923 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1923

1923 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1923 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Lattimore Baptist Church in Lattimore, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. R. Green. The Report on State Missions indicated that public education, agriculture and farming, and industrial centers are growing in North Carolina. In the resolution on New Testament Stewardship, the Association recommends that church members a regular and systematic way of giving. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report mentioned decreased enrollment in the lower grades, and preparations for a transition to a junior college.


1922 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1922

1922 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1922 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Casar Baptist Church in Casar, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. A. Elam. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report indicated that additional funds are needed to complete the Memorial Building. The Report on Orphanage mentioned the establishment of Mother's Aid, which provides aid for widows and their children. The Baptist Young People's Union (B.Y.P.U.) underwent growth and organizational change.


1921 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Oct 1921

1921 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1921 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Kings Mountain, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. G. Camp. The Home Mission report indicated that the church in Cuba has made progress towards self-support. Soldiers and Seamen still has a great need for missionary effort. Foreign Missions reported that Baptists met at the Longdon Conference of July 1920 to discuss spreading the Gospel in Europe. The Boiling Springs High School Board of Trustees reported that electric lights have been installed in the school buildings. The Gaston County Association is still considering ...


1920 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1920

1920 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1920 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Ross Grove Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. M. Kester. Plans were made to raise money for the new Boiling Springs Memorial Building. The Special Committee on Evangelistic Work recommends that the Association's churches form groups that will hold meetings and create Mobile Schools to help plan evangelism activities. The Women's Missionary Union endorsed the movement to build a hospital in Cleveland County.


1919 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1919

1919 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1919 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Sandy Plains Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. R. Beach. The Baptist Churches of Gaston County decided to form the Gaston County Association. Cherryville, Shady Grove, Bessemer City, and Mt. Zion Churches were granted permission to join the Gaston County Association.


1918 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1918

1918 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1918 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Union Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by D. F. Putnam. The Committee on Women's Work reports that the Women's Missionary Union has been existence for thirty years and continues to grow. The Committee on Obituaries reports the passing of R.N. Hawkins, a Confederate solider and longtime pastor who served in Cleveland, Gaston, and Rutherford counties.


1917 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1917

1917 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1917 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Fallston Baptist Church in Fallston, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by D. G. Washburn. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report indicated that the school is now debt free. The Committee on Baptist Orphanage mentioned the importance of remembering the children who reside in the orphanages during the war efforts.


1916 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1916

1916 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1916 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Waco Baptist Church in Cherryville, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by W. E. Love. Two new departments were added to Boiling Springs High School: Domestic Science and Commercial. The Boiling Springs High School Annual Report recommends that a new building with the suggested name, Dobbins-Dixon Memorial Building, should be built to house an auditorium, recital rooms, and a library.


1915 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1915

1915 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1915 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at New Hope Baptist Church in Earl, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by T. C. Holland. The Committee on Temperence reports that Congress has passed a law that prohibits the shipment of liquor in Cleveland or Gaston County.


1914 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1914

1914 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1914 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by J. R. Miller. Boiling Springs High School reports record enrollment and representation from 15 counties in the Carolinas and Georgia. The Committee on Home Missions reports that machinery, transportation, and intercommunication has changed the way of life, and has affected missions and evangelism efforts.


1913 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association Sep 1913

1913 Minutes Of The Kings Mountain Baptist Association, Kings Mountain Baptist Association

Series 1: Kings Mountain Baptist Association Minute Books

The 1913 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Zion Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by L. W. Swope. The Boiling Springs High School Class of 1912 donated a memorial arch to the school. The Committee on Education reports record enrollment for Meredith College. the Committee on Baptist Orphanage reports that two dormitories are nearing completion at the Kennedy Memorial Home in Lenoir County. The Association resolved to raise money towards a roof for the house of worship under construction at Wake Forest College.