et, Mass., was called to the pastorate.
He resigned January 6, 1901, to take effect on March 1, but twelve days later, on January 18th, the society chose a pulpit supply committee, which shortly reported in favor of hearing Mr. Nathan R. Wood of Newton as a candidate.
He was chosen at a meeting on the 29th of March, and read his letter of acceptance the following Sabbath.
Mr. Wood was not then an ordained minister, and this was to be his first charge after ordination.
Thursday, April 25, aon of the society in calling him to be its pastor.
The examination of the candidate proved wholly satisfactory.
The council recommended acceptance, and in the evening of the same day Mr. Wood's father, the Rev. Nathan E. Wood, then president of Newton Baptist Theological Seminary, and now pastor of the First Baptist Church in Arlington, Mass., preached the ordination sermon.
Other prominent Baptist clergymen had a part.
Rev. Mr. Wood continued as pastor of the growing church until 1911, wh