nd sixteen others of Trinitarian views, for dismission from the First Church, which had become Unitarian, there assembled for worship the first congregation of a Medford Methodist Episcopal Church.
after Mr. Charpiot resigned and left town.
The executive committee secured the services of Unitarian, Universalist, Baptist and Methodist preachers for about two months, and at last secured the sich twenty-two persons were present.
The chairman of the executive committee, Luther Farwell (Unitarian), presided.
Mr. Stevens (affiliated with Baptists) was absent; the other three members, Messrens, who was absent, declined to serve.
Of the nine voting yea seven were Congregational, one Unitarian, one of no preference.
After another vote, repeated with the same result, a committee of threice to this work.
I wish to bear testimony to the kindly assistance and friendship of several Unitarian and Baptist people in those longago days, the days of small things.
I have already alluded to