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Now, the church offers a variety of services and is involved in a number of ministries. Hoyt Taylor served as the last minister before the church closed in 1968. Its small congregation was made up mostly from first and second generation immi¬ grants from England, Scotland and Switzerland, who had come from churches with a liturgical background and did not feel their needs were met in the Methodist Church. Open Bible Church When the church first started, services were offered on Sunday morning, Sunday night and Wednesday. Rex Stallings serves as trustee for the Simpson 54 Cemetery and for the church records. A short distance South on the same street, the Episcopalians bought, for 0.00, a lot to build a church, but it was slow in materializing. In 19, the upper level of the sanctuary was extended to cover the new basement. In 1986, a full basement, located directly behind the original sanctuary, was added. After many hours of joyful labor provided by the con¬ gregation, services were held in the new sanctuary on Easter Sunday, 1974. The new property, approximately one-half acre, was located at the end of Straight Street. In the early 1980s, a foyer was added and the church’s front entrance was extensively land¬ scaped.

This history has provided one with some facts and figures related to events at Open Bible Church. Also called Watts Chapel, it was located about four miles from Medina, in Grant District, near the Little Sandy Road. After singing the hymn “The Crowning Day,” the house was solemnly given to God. Let us thank God and take courage.” Those who were instru¬ mental in building the church were Sayres, Staats, Hunts, Crows, Stewarts, Harpolds, Mc Kowns, Norrises, Witherows, Greers, Kings, Mc Intyres, Castos and Cunninghams. and Methodists having joined denominations in 1969) by friends and community residents who repaired the building to its present condition. In 1989 a new endeavor was launched, the Open Bible Church Pre-school. Submitted by Roland Haught and Kathleen Seals OTTERBEIN CHURCH According to records, earliest members of the United Brethren denomination in the Angerona Community were Rev. It was completed at a cost of

This history has provided one with some facts and figures related to events at Open Bible Church. Also called Watts Chapel, it was located about four miles from Medina, in Grant District, near the Little Sandy Road. After singing the hymn “The Crowning Day,” the house was solemnly given to God. Let us thank God and take courage.” Those who were instru¬ mental in building the church were Sayres, Staats, Hunts, Crows, Stewarts, Harpolds, Mc Kowns, Norrises, Witherows, Greers, Kings, Mc Intyres, Castos and Cunninghams. and Methodists having joined denominations in 1969) by friends and community residents who repaired the building to its present condition.

In 1989 a new endeavor was launched, the Open Bible Church Pre-school. Submitted by Roland Haught and Kathleen Seals OTTERBEIN CHURCH According to records, earliest members of the United Brethren denomination in the Angerona Community were Rev. It was completed at a cost of $1,144.78, there being a debt of $430.00 to be provided for on the day of the dedication.

Another ministry is the article entitled, “And So It Is,” which has been placed in The Jackson Herald each week since 1987. Among those who attended Orchard Grove from 1915 until the 1960s were: Jeff Hicks and family; Ernest Dunham and family; Dave Patterson and family; Jenny and Roland Slaven; Blanche and Jane Nesselroad; Sam and Bessie Flinn; Bill and Ann Howard and children; Iva Nesselroad; Charley and Laura Dotson; Delia and Una Dotson; Clar¬ ence and Allie Lemaster and family; Bill and Cora Smith and children; Walter and Katie Lemaster and sons; Swazy and Amanda Lincicome and family; Charley Flinn and family; Joe Hicks and family; Dig and Leveda Flinn; Charley and Dessie Rardon; Murl and Burl Baker; Hubert Jones; Bill Dotson; Halford Conner and family; Anna Derenberger, Alma Derenberger; Jess Flinn; Norman Lehew; Wayne and Faye Keebaugh; Cecil, Clay and Boyd Knox; Glcnville Kessel; Ray Caplinger and family; Gladys, Audrey, Harry, Carl and Gerald Miller; Hobart Britton and family; William Britton; Earl and Eleanor Hafer; Hazel Nesselroad; Mary Agnes Nesselroad; Oat and Margaret Flinn; George and Sally Cozart; Frank and Laura Stanley; Ack and Flossie Lincicome and family; Robert, Warren, Fred and Dick Patterson; John and Lizzie Williams and family; John Snyder and family; Harvey Sny¬ der; Okey Snyder; Charles Conner; Mollie, Ethel and Joyce Gough; Bob and Mildred Morehead; Jessie, Lester and Doug Sands; Ruth Balser and children; Hazel and Wanda Conner; Art and Blanche Kieffer; Ben and Pearl Naylor; Ray Mullin’s children; Rex Miihlbach and family; and Kathleen Seals. It is the most beautiful country church in the bounds of the Columbia District, an honor to the community in which it is located, and an honor to the denomination. Still later, a somewhat larger log structure was erected on a small bottom about the center of the Sinaiville community, which served until 1892, during the ministry of Rev.

On Sunday night there are services and once a year for a period of three months there is a class offered before the evening service on Bible foundational truths. In 1904, the following names were added to the records: Jule Coen; Etta and Nellie Stallings; Emma Grandon and Grace Shepard. Submitted by Rex Stallings SINAIVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Our church, the Sinaiville United Methodist Church, is one of the oldest church congregations in Jackson County. Parsons, “Little Joe” Hatcher, George Mc Cline, and Wayne Hinzman, our longtime, present “brin- ger of the good word.” The church is now a member of the East Jackson County Circuit. Episco¬ pal churches in West Virginia were still under the Diocese of Bishop Mead of Virginia, too far away to be interested in giving financial help. and Amanda Merydith and also from Solomon and Martha Allen for a Methodist Protestant Church. Tradition says that the church was named for Temperance Anderson, wife of Rev. Ministers at Temperance include: Ben Simmer, Lawrence Loudin, Cecil Cottrill, Alexander Hersh- man, Robert Martin, Sylvester Bennett, Joseph Cunningham, Thomas Spiker, John B. Sam Yoho, Ira Allen, Elsa Hartley, Tillic Allen, Jennie 55 Temperance Chapel Allen.

On Sunday morning, there is a worship service and classes for all ages. Church and Cemetery Records show the following people attended the Simpson Church in the 1890s: John, Eliza, Frank, Josephene, George, Hannah, Ida, Lusa, Nancy and A1 verson Martin; William, Matilda, Charles, Hattie and Laura Stallings; John and Trephina Smith; John, Minnie, Lillia, Katie and Laura Beaty; Anna Wiegle; Jessa Brown; William, Mary, Robert, Abraham, Hattie, Lucy and Anna Burditt; George, Cary, Bertha and Elizabeth Caltrider; James, Oliver and Dianna Caruthers; John, Hester, William, Cora and Eliza Karr; Sarah Groves; Eva Hartley; Eliza¬ beth Moore, Jacob, Mary, and Rebecca Brown; David, John and Tebitha Kester; George Steel; Vida Archer; Eliza Rogers; Ida Thompson; Alfred, Charles, Fannie and Annie Pepper; Nathan Ander¬ son; Eva Franklin; George and Missouri Mills; Matilda Miihlbach; Annie Trendle; Swane and May Lcmley. Those attending the Simpson Church before it closed were: Rex and Daina Stallings, Davis and Maude Seals, Clarence and Goldie Stallings and May Lemley. Mainly, they were pro¬ fessional people but they had little money.

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This history has provided one with some facts and figures related to events at Open Bible Church. Also called Watts Chapel, it was located about four miles from Medina, in Grant District, near the Little Sandy Road. After singing the hymn “The Crowning Day,” the house was solemnly given to God. Let us thank God and take courage.” Those who were instru¬ mental in building the church were Sayres, Staats, Hunts, Crows, Stewarts, Harpolds, Mc Kowns, Norrises, Witherows, Greers, Kings, Mc Intyres, Castos and Cunninghams. and Methodists having joined denominations in 1969) by friends and community residents who repaired the building to its present condition. In 1989 a new endeavor was launched, the Open Bible Church Pre-school. Submitted by Roland Haught and Kathleen Seals OTTERBEIN CHURCH According to records, earliest members of the United Brethren denomination in the Angerona Community were Rev. It was completed at a cost of $1,144.78, there being a debt of $430.00 to be provided for on the day of the dedication. Another ministry is the article entitled, “And So It Is,” which has been placed in The Jackson Herald each week since 1987. Among those who attended Orchard Grove from 1915 until the 1960s were: Jeff Hicks and family; Ernest Dunham and family; Dave Patterson and family; Jenny and Roland Slaven; Blanche and Jane Nesselroad; Sam and Bessie Flinn; Bill and Ann Howard and children; Iva Nesselroad; Charley and Laura Dotson; Delia and Una Dotson; Clar¬ ence and Allie Lemaster and family; Bill and Cora Smith and children; Walter and Katie Lemaster and sons; Swazy and Amanda Lincicome and family; Charley Flinn and family; Joe Hicks and family; Dig and Leveda Flinn; Charley and Dessie Rardon; Murl and Burl Baker; Hubert Jones; Bill Dotson; Halford Conner and family; Anna Derenberger, Alma Derenberger; Jess Flinn; Norman Lehew; Wayne and Faye Keebaugh; Cecil, Clay and Boyd Knox; Glcnville Kessel; Ray Caplinger and family; Gladys, Audrey, Harry, Carl and Gerald Miller; Hobart Britton and family; William Britton; Earl and Eleanor Hafer; Hazel Nesselroad; Mary Agnes Nesselroad; Oat and Margaret Flinn; George and Sally Cozart; Frank and Laura Stanley; Ack and Flossie Lincicome and family; Robert, Warren, Fred and Dick Patterson; John and Lizzie Williams and family; John Snyder and family; Harvey Sny¬ der; Okey Snyder; Charles Conner; Mollie, Ethel and Joyce Gough; Bob and Mildred Morehead; Jessie, Lester and Doug Sands; Ruth Balser and children; Hazel and Wanda Conner; Art and Blanche Kieffer; Ben and Pearl Naylor; Ray Mullin’s children; Rex Miihlbach and family; and Kathleen Seals. It is the most beautiful country church in the bounds of the Columbia District, an honor to the community in which it is located, and an honor to the denomination. Still later, a somewhat larger log structure was erected on a small bottom about the center of the Sinaiville community, which served until 1892, during the ministry of Rev. On Sunday night there are services and once a year for a period of three months there is a class offered before the evening service on Bible foundational truths. In 1904, the following names were added to the records: Jule Coen; Etta and Nellie Stallings; Emma Grandon and Grace Shepard. Submitted by Rex Stallings SINAIVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Our church, the Sinaiville United Methodist Church, is one of the oldest church congregations in Jackson County. Parsons, “Little Joe” Hatcher, George Mc Cline, and Wayne Hinzman, our longtime, present “brin- ger of the good word.” The church is now a member of the East Jackson County Circuit. Episco¬ pal churches in West Virginia were still under the Diocese of Bishop Mead of Virginia, too far away to be interested in giving financial help. and Amanda Merydith and also from Solomon and Martha Allen for a Methodist Protestant Church. Tradition says that the church was named for Temperance Anderson, wife of Rev. Ministers at Temperance include: Ben Simmer, Lawrence Loudin, Cecil Cottrill, Alexander Hersh- man, Robert Martin, Sylvester Bennett, Joseph Cunningham, Thomas Spiker, John B. Sam Yoho, Ira Allen, Elsa Hartley, Tillic Allen, Jennie 55 Temperance Chapel Allen. On Sunday morning, there is a worship service and classes for all ages. Church and Cemetery Records show the following people attended the Simpson Church in the 1890s: John, Eliza, Frank, Josephene, George, Hannah, Ida, Lusa, Nancy and A1 verson Martin; William, Matilda, Charles, Hattie and Laura Stallings; John and Trephina Smith; John, Minnie, Lillia, Katie and Laura Beaty; Anna Wiegle; Jessa Brown; William, Mary, Robert, Abraham, Hattie, Lucy and Anna Burditt; George, Cary, Bertha and Elizabeth Caltrider; James, Oliver and Dianna Caruthers; John, Hester, William, Cora and Eliza Karr; Sarah Groves; Eva Hartley; Eliza¬ beth Moore, Jacob, Mary, and Rebecca Brown; David, John and Tebitha Kester; George Steel; Vida Archer; Eliza Rogers; Ida Thompson; Alfred, Charles, Fannie and Annie Pepper; Nathan Ander¬ son; Eva Franklin; George and Missouri Mills; Matilda Miihlbach; Annie Trendle; Swane and May Lcmley. Those attending the Simpson Church before it closed were: Rex and Daina Stallings, Davis and Maude Seals, Clarence and Goldie Stallings and May Lemley. Mainly, they were pro¬ fessional people but they had little money.

,144.78, there being a debt of 0.00 to be provided for on the day of the dedication. Another ministry is the article entitled, “And So It Is,” which has been placed in The Jackson Herald each week since 1987. Among those who attended Orchard Grove from 1915 until the 1960s were: Jeff Hicks and family; Ernest Dunham and family; Dave Patterson and family; Jenny and Roland Slaven; Blanche and Jane Nesselroad; Sam and Bessie Flinn; Bill and Ann Howard and children; Iva Nesselroad; Charley and Laura Dotson; Delia and Una Dotson; Clar¬ ence and Allie Lemaster and family; Bill and Cora Smith and children; Walter and Katie Lemaster and sons; Swazy and Amanda Lincicome and family; Charley Flinn and family; Joe Hicks and family; Dig and Leveda Flinn; Charley and Dessie Rardon; Murl and Burl Baker; Hubert Jones; Bill Dotson; Halford Conner and family; Anna Derenberger, Alma Derenberger; Jess Flinn; Norman Lehew; Wayne and Faye Keebaugh; Cecil, Clay and Boyd Knox; Glcnville Kessel; Ray Caplinger and family; Gladys, Audrey, Harry, Carl and Gerald Miller; Hobart Britton and family; William Britton; Earl and Eleanor Hafer; Hazel Nesselroad; Mary Agnes Nesselroad; Oat and Margaret Flinn; George and Sally Cozart; Frank and Laura Stanley; Ack and Flossie Lincicome and family; Robert, Warren, Fred and Dick Patterson; John and Lizzie Williams and family; John Snyder and family; Harvey Sny¬ der; Okey Snyder; Charles Conner; Mollie, Ethel and Joyce Gough; Bob and Mildred Morehead; Jessie, Lester and Doug Sands; Ruth Balser and children; Hazel and Wanda Conner; Art and Blanche Kieffer; Ben and Pearl Naylor; Ray Mullin’s children; Rex Miihlbach and family; and Kathleen Seals. It is the most beautiful country church in the bounds of the Columbia District, an honor to the community in which it is located, and an honor to the denomination. Still later, a somewhat larger log structure was erected on a small bottom about the center of the Sinaiville community, which served until 1892, during the ministry of Rev. On Sunday night there are services and once a year for a period of three months there is a class offered before the evening service on Bible foundational truths. In 1904, the following names were added to the records: Jule Coen; Etta and Nellie Stallings; Emma Grandon and Grace Shepard. Submitted by Rex Stallings SINAIVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Our church, the Sinaiville United Methodist Church, is one of the oldest church congregations in Jackson County. Parsons, “Little Joe” Hatcher, George Mc Cline, and Wayne Hinzman, our longtime, present “brin- ger of the good word.” The church is now a member of the East Jackson County Circuit. Episco¬ pal churches in West Virginia were still under the Diocese of Bishop Mead of Virginia, too far away to be interested in giving financial help. and Amanda Merydith and also from Solomon and Martha Allen for a Methodist Protestant Church. Tradition says that the church was named for Temperance Anderson, wife of Rev. Ministers at Temperance include: Ben Simmer, Lawrence Loudin, Cecil Cottrill, Alexander Hersh- man, Robert Martin, Sylvester Bennett, Joseph Cunningham, Thomas Spiker, John B. Sam Yoho, Ira Allen, Elsa Hartley, Tillic Allen, Jennie 55 Temperance Chapel Allen. On Sunday morning, there is a worship service and classes for all ages. Church and Cemetery Records show the following people attended the Simpson Church in the 1890s: John, Eliza, Frank, Josephene, George, Hannah, Ida, Lusa, Nancy and A1 verson Martin; William, Matilda, Charles, Hattie and Laura Stallings; John and Trephina Smith; John, Minnie, Lillia, Katie and Laura Beaty; Anna Wiegle; Jessa Brown; William, Mary, Robert, Abraham, Hattie, Lucy and Anna Burditt; George, Cary, Bertha and Elizabeth Caltrider; James, Oliver and Dianna Caruthers; John, Hester, William, Cora and Eliza Karr; Sarah Groves; Eva Hartley; Eliza¬ beth Moore, Jacob, Mary, and Rebecca Brown; David, John and Tebitha Kester; George Steel; Vida Archer; Eliza Rogers; Ida Thompson; Alfred, Charles, Fannie and Annie Pepper; Nathan Ander¬ son; Eva Franklin; George and Missouri Mills; Matilda Miihlbach; Annie Trendle; Swane and May Lcmley. Those attending the Simpson Church before it closed were: Rex and Daina Stallings, Davis and Maude Seals, Clarence and Goldie Stallings and May Lemley. Mainly, they were pro¬ fessional people but they had little money.

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