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The 1941 meeting of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association took place at Elizabeth Baptist Church in Shelby, NC. The introductory sermon was delivered by A. M. Kiser. The report on Boiling Springs Junior College states that the College is launching a fundrasing drive to raise $100,000. The WMU report stated that their 86 member raised $6540.40 in the last year for missions. The report on the Baptist Training Union stated that 32 of 48 Associational churches facilitated a training program. The Association took up an offering for Boiling Springs Junior College totaling $6986.03. The minutes concluded with the minutes of the WMU and statistical tables.

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1941, October 23


Elizabeth Baptist Church


Cleveland County, NC, Shelby, NC, NC Baptist, Baptist History, Women's Missionary Union, A. M. Kiser, Gardner-Webb University, Baptist Training Program


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1941 Minutes of the Kings Mountain Baptist Association
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