ng the sum of $4,000 toward the church debt.
He was succeeded by Revs. James W. Fenn, and Lyman D. Bragg. Mr. Bragg's three years pastorate proved to be a very eventful one.
The church was repaireMr. Bragg's three years pastorate proved to be a very eventful one.
The church was repaired and painted at a cost of about $1,000. Two revivals occurred, in which some notable conversions took place, and the young people were organized into a society called the Oxford League, which later developed into the Epworth League.
At the beginning of the second year of Mr. Bragg's ministry, April, 1886, he asked to be allowed to raise the whole debt of the church, $13,000. After much earnesl together, the big mortgage was lifted and the church was free from debt.
On March 27, 1888, Mr. Bragg announced that enough money had been secured to cancel the mortgage and pay all accrued intereis family, and with thanksgiving to God for his blessing to us.
Rev. E. T. Curnick followed Mr. Bragg.
He found the church free from debt, even the current expenses of previous years being paid i