W. O. Moon
- Existence: 1889-12-23 - 1978
b. Marion County, FL; m. Evelyn Baker Moon 1967
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
A two page letter and cover letter written by R. Franklin Miller about the history of the church in Decatur, Alabama.
Includes a cover letter about the difficulty of establishing churches and W. O. Moon's entry into ministry. The letter details the development of churches in FL and Moon's influence as well as the revivals held. Eary evangelists worked under severe hardships but many answered the call from other states to pastor in FL.
Contains the history of the church, with much credit given to W.C. Hamby and wife for their 30 years of service. Several families came from North Alabama to Valdesta, including Hamby and Nathan McNeal, in 1918.
Firsthand biographical accounts of early Church of God pastors, evangelists, missionaries, etc., received by C.E. Brown in 1949-1950 while researching his book When The Trumpet Sounded, a history of the Church of God movement.
No creater given. Sunday school was started by L. S. Mowery in October of 1934. Church building property purchaseed April of 1936. W. O. Moon, also known as Christian Father in FL, was born in FL 1890.