Legacy of Faith: Rural Methodist Churches in North Carolina ebook
by Laura A.W. Phillips,Tim Buchman
In Legacy of Faith, Laura Phillips, an award-winning architectural historian, and Tim Buchman, a critically acclaimed photographer, combine their talents to highlight Methodist churches in rural areas of North Carolina.
In Legacy of Faith, Laura Phillips, an award-winning architectural historian, and Tim Buchman, a critically acclaimed photographer, combine their talents to highlight Methodist churches in rural areas of North Carolina. Through exquisite photographs and rich narratives, readers learn North Carolina's story as they discover what makes these featured buildings unique. From the mountains to the coast, Phillips and Buchman create an illuminating journey with delightful rewards on each page.
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A new book, Legacy of Faith, celebrates those churches, their architecture, history and service. With photographs by Tim Buchman and stories by Laura Phillips, the book is intended to show the diversity of communities in North Carolina and include various geographic regions. Legacy of Faith invites readers to enjoy these North Carolina treasures and the congregations that set out to build them. Contact Us. Robert R. Webb III Director of Rural Church 70. 27.
Laura A. W. Phillips. Laura A. Phillips, architectural historian in Winston-Salem, is the author of Legacy of Faith: Rural Methodist Churches in North Carolina (2010), Transylvania: The Architectural History of a Mountain County (1998), and Simple Treasures: The Architectural Legacy of Surry County (1987), as well as local studies of architecture in Hickory, Reidsville, and Cashiers.
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Partner institutions at Duke, UNC, and Wake Forest University, contributed the largest portion of the items in this collection, but the collection is enriched by unique materials from libraries and archives throughout North Carolina. The materials in this collection include local church histories, periodicals, clergy biographies, cookbooks, event programs, directories, and much more.
rural churches without providing comparative data to churches in other locations
What little empirical literature does exist typically examines rural churches without providing comparative data to churches in other locations. This study uses church records and a survey of 1,726 actively serving United Methodist Church (UMC) clergy in North Carolina to examine rural/non-rural differences. The Reformed Minister in the contemporary Church is concerned about his Ministry because he realises that without a doctrine of the Church's ministry, there can't be a true doctrine of the Church. The revived interest in the theology of the Church, has therefore led to a renewed interest in the Reformed doctrine of the Ministry.
Philips Episcopal Church, also known as St. Philips Church, is a historic Episcopal church located on NC 65 and 8 and SR 1957 in Germanton, Stokes County, North Carolina. It was built in 1890, consecrated in 1894, and is a one-story, Gothic Revival style board-and-batten frame building. It features a two-stage corner tower and belfry. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
This book presents the North Carolina history through the built world.