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First Meeting of CHOG held in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 5.1.1949


Scope and Contents

Letter contains the details of the first CHOG meeting in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It states that the speaker was Brother Reedy in 1923. The second meeting conducted by Brother Stpehen Hilbun in the fall of 1924. After the tent meetings, services began to meet in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis. Services continued and occasionally were held in City Hall. The death of Kathryn Seiler suspended services for a while, resuming in August and September 1936 under a tent. The church purchased lot and store to host serives in 1937. Pastor R. L Erwin left the CHOG movement, taking the title of the property. The letter says the services resumed on May 2nd, 1948 in a home church that became known as Community CHOG. The letter also contained a bio of Kathryn Seiler.


  • Creation: 5.1.1949



3 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English


Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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Anderson IN 46012 United States