n the ages, by the presence of the Spirit of Christianity, and of Paul, Gregory the Great, and Augustine and the more visible personalities of Wickliffe, Tyndale and Robert Browne.
Episode 4 was styled An Unfamiliar.
This represented a gathering of the Puritans in Old England, planning for their migration to a new world.
The fifth, in time two centuries and a half later, was styled Fifty Years Ago, and did honor to one of the good women who began a Sunday school in West Medford, Mrs. Rachel Barnes.
She was impersonated by Gertrude Haynes.
Then came the Spirit of West Medford Church, by Katherine Powers.
Next came six men representing the charter members (one was a son of one of them) who held a meeting and decided to organize a church.
Episode 6, The End of the Golden Era, had seven spirits, each representing some phase of church work: The Church School, Woman's League, Good Cheer Club, Brotherhood, Christian Endeavor, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire, then two of the smallest of the