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A History of St. John's Episcopal Church - 200th Anniversary
After many years of work, Janet Beyer and Mary Zahran with the help of others have produced an exquisite recounting of the history of St. John's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. St. John's has a fascinating history as its predates the diocese. The first church building was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1831. The second building, consecrated in 1833, is still in use today.
A parish with two-hundred years of history, St. John's Episcopal Church has historical recounts of the Civil War, two World Wars, and the Depression. St. John's organized a school for free education of children in the community during Reconstruction. St. John's also assisted in establishing four other local Episcopal churches.
This 42-page perfect-bound book is full of photos and illustrations. Limited edition printing.
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