2 edition of History of the Holy Communion Church Institute of Charleston, South Carolina found in the catalog.
History of the Holy Communion Church Institute of Charleston, South Carolina
Anthony Toomer Porter
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 13953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||96194801|
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History of the Holy Communion Church Institute of Charleston, South Carolina founded by Rev. Toomer Porter, A.D. MDCCCLXVII. by Anthony Toomer Porter. Published by D.
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History of the Holy Communion Church Institute, of Charleston, South Carolina by Porter, Anthony Toomer, Publication date TopicsPages: By December that “something” was forming the Holy Communion Church Institute, which was attached to his church.
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Stephen's Parish Church, (one volume; available on microfiche, SCHS 54/11), contains records of church business, salaries, annual elections, and church construction and repair.
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Episcopal/Anglican. Line St, Charleston, South Carolina. Papers consist of correspondence and other items. Correspondence includes family letters from Thomas Gadsden, cousin Jonathan Gadsden, and others to John Gadsden at the College of Saint James (Maryland), the High School of Charleston (S.C.), and the Holy Communion Church Institute in Charleston (S.C.) regarding family matters, education, religion, politics, and other concerns.
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History of the Holy Communion Church Institute, of Charleston, South Carolina () - Porter, Anthony Toomer - 90 pages History of the New England society of Charleston, South Carolina, for one hundred years, () - Way, William - pages.
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History of the Holy Communion Church Institute, of Charleston, South Carolina () - Anthony Toomer Porter - 90 pages History of the New England society of Charleston, South Carolina, for one hundred years, () - William Way - pages5/5.Jutting feet into the Charleston harbor is South Carolina Aquarium.
Known for its nine galleries that contain 6, animals plants, the aquarium has welcomed three million people since opening in May Charleston’s open-air covered market features jewelry, pottery, purses, souvenirs and, most famously, sweet grass basket.This silver communion token was made in for First Scots Presbyterian Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
John Calvin is widely credited with popularizing the use of communion tokens and John Knox is thought to have brought the practice to Scotland where it enjoyed its widest use within the Scottish Presbyterian Church.