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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 14., Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. (search)
Medford eighteen months after the organization of the Second Church, which, by the incorporation of its trustees in January following, assumed the present name of Trinity. It is doubtful if such a case as this has a parallel. For a church to organize with ten members, find no public meeting place, lose one of its most energeticother Smiley and wife have achieved prominence and distinction in other fields since their earnest work in West Medford. Rev. Charles W. Wilder was assigned to Trinity in 1883, and also served three years. It is safe to say that a more discreet and self-sacrificing pastor has never ministered here. During his term the church stclaimed him, and while at the latter he was called home. Twenty-one names are on our register received by him. Rev. William J. Hambleton was next assigned to Trinity, and came with the experience of years to his credit, while of Mrs. Hambleton it was well said, She is just like mother. The younger element that had been drawn