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Early History of the CHOG in Racine, Wisconsin, May 17, 1949


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First concact with the CHOG at Racine, Wisconsin was in November of 1897.

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Services were held in a small furniture store on Milwaukee, Avenue.

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Most of the congregation were of German ancestry. German was spoken.

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Editor of the German Gospel Trumpet was "probably" Fred Hahn.

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Fred Hahn was the "first or nearly first to preach the Reformation message there" according to the letter.

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The first pastor came around 1910 when the English language was spoken in the services.

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Services were held in rented rooms and buildings until a small chapel was erected in 1911. They used the small chapel until a church building was erected at 1425 West Boulevard in Racine, Wisconsin.


  • Creation: May 17, 1949



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From the Series: English


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Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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