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T. A. Phillips


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Brief Overview and History of the First CHOG in North Denver, CO, 1888-1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Colorado
Scope and Contents Has handwritten notes from W. D. Pollock. Also, a cover letter written by John E. Roberts Jr. History of the CHOG in North Denver, CO written by John Roberts Sr, assisted by Elsa Fischer. Contents include the influence of the Gospel Trumpet upon James Pollock, the faith of Wheeler Pollock, a 6 week revival in 1888 by D.S. Warner's evangelistc team, open door mission for men, first trustees, construction of the missionary home, and the transitioning of the church buildings. The church was...
Dates: Event: 1888-1949

History of CHOG in Fairbury, Nebraska, April 1949

Scope and Contents

Letter enclosed the dedication book of the Fairbury, Nebraska for CHOG on April 24, 1949. It also mentions the first service of CHOG Reformation in this area held in a school house south of Thompson in 1892 and the locations where the group met for services. Included is also a photo brief comments on Pastor L. I. Diggs as well as a photo of a church with list of building committee members.

Dates: April 1949

History of CHOG in Northwest (Gordon) Nebraska, 06.09.1949

Scope and Contents

Letter states that the first CHOG preaching in a log church through the years of 1892-1893 and also mentions the retaliation of preachers as well as the sons of George hatch: L.A. Hatch, C. W. hatch, and Ralph Hatch.

Dates: 06.09.1949