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Atlantic Baptist Churches, Past and Present

 
Notice the bottom of the walls are unusual in that they protrude out instead of going straight down.
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A 1933 photograph of the current church building that was built in 1903.
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Calhoun United Baptist Church; It's History.
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Minutes of the congregation's organizing meeting.
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Organizational meeting minutes continued.
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Letter of Dismissal.
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Baptist Church moves from Gaytons to Calhoun
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'Memoirs of a Village and a Church' (pg. 13).
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The church building stands along highway 480 in rural New Brunswick.
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The view looking to the front of the sanctuary.
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The speaker's pulpit.
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The empty cross.
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The view of the back of the sanctuary from just in front of the front seat.
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This style of church seating is referred to as a pew.
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Calhoun was not immune to the movement of people from the small communities around Moncton.
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Gaytons, the original site of the 'Union Church' building.
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The well attended cemetery is all that remains at Gaytons.
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