s added than were enrolled when he began his pastorate.
Rev. Herbert W. Stebbins was called October 3, 1889, and installed November 12 by ae favorable circumstances from seventy to eighty in attendance.
Mr. Stebbins, with his ability to work eighteen hours a day continuously, furhis program gave out, and the other four were not undertaken.
Mr. Stebbins held classes for conference on the subject of personal religion.emiah Boynton, D. D., of Boston, and Rev. Messrs. Cutter, Hood and Stebbins had other parts.
Mr. Clancy entered into the work with buoyant ence room, with addresses by Rev. Messrs. Clancy, Cutter, Hood and Stebbins.
These exercises were enthusiastic, and there were present at one the present meetinghouse.
This house, occupied by Mr. Hood and Mr. Stebbins during their pastorates, was constructed in accordance with planspecial talent.
Then we had freedom to enlarge our membership.
Mr. Stebbins enforced the value of personal allegiance and consecration to Je