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October 27th (search for this): chapter 8
it was highly expedient that a new church and congregation should be formed. In pursuance of this advice, with the nearly unanimous consent of the Second Church, separate worship was established in the Town Hall, May 9, 1847. A new church, called the Mystic Church, was here organized, with sixty members, by a large ecclesiastical council, the 6th of July. Rev. Abner B. Warner, a nephew of Rev. Professor Warner, the first pastor of the Second Church, was installed over the Mystic Church, Oct. 27 of the same year. Form of admission.--Address. Beloved Friends,--You have presented yourselves before God and his people, and the world, to make a public profession of your faith, and to take on you the bonds of an everlasting covenant. We trust you have well considered the nature of this transaction, the most solemn and momentous in which a mortal can engage; that you are prepared by divine grace to renew in public that consecration to God which you have made in private; and that
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