ined minister of the Congregational Church and Parish in West Cambridge, May 20, 1829.
The churches invited to assist in his ordination actually represented, were as follows: University Church; Dr. Lowell's, Boston; Third in Roxbury; Church in Brookline; Mr. Emerson's, Boston; Mr. Palfrey's, Boston; Mr. Brazer's, Salem; Church in Watertown; Church in Medford; Church in Brighton; Mr. Ripley's, Waltham; Mr. Whitman's, do.; Church in Lexington; Church in Weston; Church in Cambridgeport.
The publand Deacon John Adams, chosen April 19, 1792. The ministers who assisted in the ordination of your pastor, are all, except one,
Rev. Dr. Osgood, of Medford, who made the concluding prayer.
The introductory prayer, by the Rev. Mr. Jackson of Brookline.
The sermon was preached by the Rev. Dr. Fiske, of Brookfield [Uncle of Rev. T. Fiske.], from these words in Luke XII. 32:—Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
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