The story of a Parish being a short account of Meldrum and its ministers.
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The story of a Parish being a short account of Meldrum and its ministers. by Marshall B. Lang

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  What is a Parish Ministry? What is a “Parish church?” The ancient English churchly word, of Latin and Greek origins, and which deserves much more study, reflection, and critical thinking than this cursory response, has received a good deal of attention these days. Of course the phrase is quite familiar to those in the Roman Catholic Church, in Anglicanism, and in some branches of. The story is about a small town congregation's reaction when their minister, Reverend Hooper, appears at the meeting-house adorned in a black veil, for which he offers no explanation, nor does he appear to behave any differently. At first, the veil frightens and confuses his congregation, making him appear ghostlike from head to foot.   Reverend Samuel Parris was the minister at Salem Village during the Salem Witch Trials of Samuel Parris was born in London, England in In the late s, his father, Thomas Parris, moved his entire family to a sugar plantation that he had purchased in Barbados.   “The Parish Is the Issue” reads like the weaving together of a spiritual memoir and a history book. Mead begins with his sense of call to ministry and the experience of pastoring rural and collegiate churches. Anyone who has served on a church’s governing board or attempted pastoral leadership can instantly relate to Mead’s story.

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