Red River Baptist Association

Title

Red River Baptist Association

Files

Download 1867 Minutes of the 19th Annual Session (7.4 MB)

Download 1883 Minutes of the 35th Annual Session (5.4 MB)

Download 1884 Minutes of the 36th Annual Sessioin (3.7 MB)

Download 1885 Minutes of the 37th Annual Session (3.2 MB)

Download 1886 Minutes of the 38th Annual Session (1.7 MB)

Download 1887 Minutes of the 39th Annual Session (3.9 MB)

Download 1888 Minutes of the 40th Annual Session (5.8 MB)

Download 1889 Minutes of the 41st Annual Session (3.4 MB)

Download 1891 Minutes of the 43rd Annual Session (3.4 MB)

Download 1892 Minutes of the 44th Annual Session (1.7 MB)

Download 1893 Minutes of the 45th Annual Session (2.8 MB)

Download 1894 Minutes of the 46th Annual Session (2.6 MB)

Download 1895 Minutes of the 47th Annual Session (2.8 MB)

Download 1896 Minutes of the 48th Annual Session (7.6 MB)

Download 1897 Minutes of the 49th Annual Session (2.1 MB)

Download 1898 Minutes of the 50th Annual Session (8.4 MB)

Download 1899 Minutes of the 51st Annual Session (8.4 MB)

Download 1900 Minutes of the 52nd Annual Session (5.9 MB)

Download 1901 Minutes of the 53rd Annual Session (1.9 MB)

Download 1902 Minutes of the 54th Annual Session (1.8 MB)

Download 1903 Minutes of the 55th Annual Session (2.1 MB)

Download 1904 Minutes of the 56th Annual Session (2.7 MB)

Download 1905 Minutes of the 57th Annual Session (2.1 MB)

Download 1906 Minutes of the 58th Annual Session (1.9 MB)

Download 1907 Minutes of the 59th Annual Session (1.8 MB)

Download 1908 Minutes of the 60th Annual Session (1.2 MB)

Download 1909 Minutes of the 61st Annual Session (2.2 MB)

Download 1910 Minutes of the 62nd Annual Session (2.7 MB)

Download 1911 Minutes of the 63rd Annual Session (3.0 MB)

Download 1912 Minutes of the 62nd Annual Session (3.8 MB)

Download 1913 Minutes of the 63rd Annual Session (3.7 MB)

Description

One of Arkansas’s oldest associations, the Red River Baptist Association was tentatively organized at Tulip, Dallas County, in September of 1847, and then permanently established in September of 1848 at the Mount Zion Church, near Washington in Hempstead County. Created by churches that had been a part of the Saline Association, the association’s first members were Mine Creek (now Nashville), Mount Zion, Pleasant Hill (Columbia County), Mount Bethel (Clark County), and Pleasant Hill (Clark County). Just four years after Red River Association’s organization, it had grown to include nineteen churches. Pioneer preachers included D.M. Cochran, M.L. Langley, G.W. Wells, John Gunter, D.S. Williams, Absalom Horn, Samuel Stevenson, and S.B. Cornelius. The Red River Association grew, and through the years numerous other associations have been established from within its original territory.

Publication Date

1847

Publisher

Red River Association

Keywords

Red River Baptist Association, Red River, Baptist, Church

Disciplines

Christian Denominations and Sects | Genealogy | Liturgy and Worship | Missions and World Christianity

Red River Baptist Association

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