HISTORICAL CHURCH SITES
Filming and narration by Charles Dailey
The McBride Cemetery 70 Seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about Thomas Crawford McBride.
More about Dr. James McBride.
Aaron Payne 32 Seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about Aaron Payne.
The Church at McMinnville Park 86 Seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about Sebastian Adams.
More about James McBride.
More about Alex McCarty.
More about William Lysander Adams.
More about Glen Owen Burnett.
More about Peter Burnett.
More about Mac Waller.
The Amity Church and Bethel College 66 Seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about the Amity Church.
More about Bethel College.
Monmouth, Oregon. 60 Seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about John Burris Smith.
More about Thomas Franklin Campbell.
More about Monmouth University
Turner, Oregon. 84 seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about theTurner Tabernacle.
Mt. Pleasant near
Stayton, Oregon. 56 seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about the Mt. Pleasant Church.
Elkton, Oregon. 50 seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about Elkton Christian Church.
Camas. Washington. 26 seconds Broadband. Dialup.
More about Camas Christian Church
Lois and I have pursued the pioneer history of the churches in the Northwest for most of the '90s and now into this decade.
Our travels have been fun and focused. God has provided the timing so we could meet the right people when we were in their towns. We can tell one uncanny story after another.
The heirs of the pioneer families have contacted us with photos and stories. The larger visualization is slowly going together.
Here is a recorded three minute introduction to Pioneer History of the Churches of Christ and Christian Churches in the Northwest.-- Charles Dailey
Audio Comments in Windows Player format
Jack Ward makes a 20 minute presentation about the Church of the New Testament era and its continuation today. It is titled The New Testament Church . . . To Be Continued. This is available in three formats:
Sound only: Windows Player format.
Video for a Modem: Windows Player format.
Video for Broadband: Windows Player format.
These pioneer history pages are about the well-rewarded efforts of the early settlers of the great Northwest. Their brought their new-found understanding of how to please God over the Oregon Trail and scattered it as they settled the valleys of Oregon and Washington.
Listen to Mr. Ward as he presents the same message as Gilmore Callison or Dr. James McBride would have presented after a long horseback ride.
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