Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Details the ifluence of the Gosepel Trumpet and the advertising that A. J. Kilpatrick and Thomas Carter were conducting a revival in Augusta on 12/1893. There is a listing of some pioneer preachers.
Details the influence of the Gospel Trumpet and advertisingfor preachers to stop if they were passing through the area. A revival meeting was held in fall 1916. The Sunday school was started in the home of Myrtle Shell.
Names of CHOG ministries listed in an issue of the Gospel Trumpet who were invited to conduct a revival around the year 1893.
Note it uses the word colored to describe the black congregation. Information was furnished by Mrs. Eita Sheldon. Pilgrim services were started in 1889 in private homes and rented halls. A building was constructed in 1911 with an integrated worship service.
The early history and the early revivals conducted. The work in Floyds Knobs became the groundwork for the CHOG in New Albany and Louisville.