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Neinda Baptist Church

  Texas Historical Markers
Hamlin vicinity, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 47' 35.49158000016", -100° 4' 29.8036599996"
    Texas State
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    Organized on July 21, 1889, as the Baptist Church of Christ at Plum Creek, this church began with thirteen charter members. The congregation met in a community building shared by the Methodist Church and the local Masonic Lodge until a Baptist sanctuary was built in 1894. A second building was erected in 1904, and the name was changed to First Baptist Church of Neinda. The Rev. J. S. Hubbard began a twenty-year ministry here in 1916. Throughout its history, this church has been an integral part of the Neinda community. (1990)

This page last updated: 8/30/2009

Neinda Baptist Church Historical Marker Location Map, Hamlin vicinity, Texas

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