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History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church

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History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church

in Lower Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania

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Table of Contents

First Period— 1730-1757
Cacoosing Territory
From Schoharie to Tulpehocken
Early History of the Reformed Church in Pennsylvania
Sectarianism
Tulpehocken Territory
The War of the Palatinate
The Theory of the Divine Right of Kings
Religious Revival, Sects and All Sorts of Fanatics
John Conrad Tempelman
Rev. Samuel Guldin
Francis Layenberger
John Philip Boehm
John Henry Goetschi
Jacob Lischey
Frederick Casimir Miller
John Henry Decker
Thirty Years' War
Controversy Between Boehm and Lischey in Heidelberg
Copy of Original Document Given to William Fisher in 1733
Ground for Erection of the Church
Will of George Hain
Hoehn's Church Records, 1745-1757
Baptismal Record, 1745-1757
Second Period— 1757-1810
John Waldschmidt
Erection of the Second Church
Interior of the Second Church
John Christ Ammann
Rev. John W. Boos
Independent Preachers
During the Revolution
Whig and Tory
Rev. John Wesley Gilbert Neveling
Daniel Brodhead
Conrad Eckert
John Patton
Jacob Schaeffer
Battalion
Company of Capt. Jacob Livingood
First Recommendation for Prayer
Proclamation
List of Capt. Conrad Kershner's Company
The Organ
Baptisms by Revs, Waldschmidt, Ammon and Boas
Third Period— 1810-1834
Rev. Philip Mayer
Rev. William Pauli
Approval of Revivals by the Classes and Synod
Rev. William Hendel, D. D
Rev. Frederick A. Herman
Rev. Josephs. Dubbs, D. D.
Rev. John Hautz
Rev. Augustus Iv. Herman
Rev. Thos. H. Leinbach
First Meeting of the Synod
The Conflict of Languages
The Separation of the Free Synod
Revivals
Baptisms by Revs. Mayer, Wm. Pauli, Hendel, F. A. Herman, Dubbs, Hautz, A. L. Herman and Leinbach
Fourth Period— 1834-1871
Rev. Charles Augustus Pauli
Church Remodeled, 1844
Inscription on the Stone Over the Door
Baptisms by Rev. Charles Augustus Pauli
Confirmations by Rev. Charles Augustus Pauli
Funerals held by Rev. Charles Augustus Pauli
Fifth Period— 1871-1883
Rev. Wm. F. P. Davis
New Addition to the Church
Dedication of the Church
Baptisms by Rev. Wm. F. P. Davis
Confirmations by Rev. Wm. F. P. Davis
Marriages Performed by Rev. Wm. F. P. Davis.
Funerals Held by Rev. Wm. F P. Davis
Sixth Period— 1883
Rev. Wm. J. Kershner
Baptisms by Rev. Wm. J. Kershner
Confirmations by Rev. Wm. J. Kershner
Marriages Performed by Rev. Wm. J. Kershner
Funerals Held by Rev. Wm. J. Kershner
List of the Church Members
Diagram of the Church Iand
Early Families and Their Homes
A Soldier of the Revolution
A Child Lost
School Teachers and Organists
Wernersville Sanatarium
Elders and Deacons
Consistory
Improvements
Adam G. L,erch
Sunday School
Bethany Orphans' Home League
Anniversary Chorus
Regular Choir
Log Church
Program of Sesqui-Centennial

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  • <span id='Kershner'>Kershner, William Jacob.''[[Space: History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church| History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church]]'' (I. M. Beaver, Reading, PA., 1916)
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