Monthly Archives: January 2023

Testing time. . .

Good morning, Friends! Thank you all for coming to worship today. Last week, we looked at a time early in Jesus’ life, when Jesus was only 12 or 13 years old. He and his family went up to Jerusalem for … Continue reading

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The hidden years. . .

Good morning, Friends! Thank you for coming to worship today. I hope that God has been good to you all this week! We are pretty much past Christmas now. About the only reminder we still have of the Christmas season … Continue reading

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About all those brass plaques. . .

Scattered all over the building are many small brass signs or plaques engraved with the names of members of the meeting. They mark parts of our building which were given or renovated in loving memory by family and friends. The … Continue reading

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Springfield Friends – Our Meeting’s Property

The first group of Friends who met at Springfield purchased 12 acres of land from Henry Thornburgh for 5 shillings – about the cost of a new axe head at the time. Other lots have been added over the years, … Continue reading

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The Founding of Springfield

In 1773 a meeting for worship was started at Springfield. At this time Friends had to ride on horseback or go on foot, but it was a very necessary and important part of their life that they meet together for … Continue reading

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Watching and waiting. . .

Good morning, Friends! I hope you all had a great time over the holidays. We had a wonderful Christmas Eve service here, with 100 people, and then a much smaller group here for worship on Christmas Day. I know we … Continue reading

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