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Bible Presbyterian Church II

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Haddon Avenue and Cuthbert Boulevard
Collingswood, N.J.

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A family church for a Bible-believing people

The Rev. Carl McIntire, D.D., Pastor, ministers the Word at all services, is moderator of the Session, and Editor of the Christian Beacon. In addition to pastorin gthe local church, he is active in the Lord's work on a world-wide scale, being president of the Board of Directors of Faith Theological Seminary, a member of the Independent Board for Presbyterian Missions and Harvey Cedars Bible Conference, and president of the International Council of Christian Churches. He has received the degree of Doctor of Literature because of the books he has written and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society of London, England.

The Rev. Charles E. Richter, Assistant Pastor, is in charge of the pastoral calling and shares in the ministery of the Word in the absence of the Pastor. He is active in the New Jersey Presbytery and teaches a class in the Presbyterian Bible Institute.

The Rev. George C. Soltau, Assistant Pastor, supervises the young people's work, counsels, and plans special youth activities. He also shares in the ministry of the Word in the absence of, the pastor, and teaches in the Presbyterian Bible Institute.
The Bible Presbyterian Church of Collingswood was formed to carry on true Presbyterianism at a time when those who should have upheld the truths of the Scriptures were failing to do so.

In 1938, at the close of the Sunday evening service on March 27, the congregation of approximately 1200 people walked out of the building known as "The Collingswood Presbyterian Church." It had been found necessary to renounce the jurisdiction of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. because the General Assembly of that denomination upheld modernism in their judicial actions and suspended from the ministry those who refused to obey mandates issued in violation of the Constitution of the Church and contrary to the Word of God.

The congregation took this action voluntarily when the judge in a civil suit brought by five members of the congregation to prevent the majority from using the building, rendered a minority decision. The congregation and pastor continued the worship of God without missing a single service.

There were many difficulties to be surmounted but the Lord blessed abundantly the honoring of His Word. The Preparatory Service the Friday following the leaving the building and the Communion Service that next Sunday were held in a tent. Later the Tabernacle was erected and has been in constant use since May 29, 1938, when the first service was held.

In the intervening years since 1938, the church has been enabled to reach its goal of giving as much to others as it uses for the local church needs. Since 1941 our budget has been divided 50-50, half for missions and benevolences and half for current expenses. This is subscribed voluntarily at the time of our Every Member Canvass each March. Through the years the Lord has prospered us until our budget is now over the $100,00 mark.

A little over two years ago the Lord gave us the new Sunday school building, which was dedicated on September 28, 1951, and now we are looking forwards to the time when the Lord will give us a church building also for the honor of His name. "The God of heaven, he will prosper us; therefore we his servants will arise and build..." Nehemiah 2:20.
The Session

James I. Logue - Clerk of Session

A Session of 24 elders govern the church and control and direct its activities. They are Claud B. Annesley, Robert E. Baker, Clayton A. Bancroft, Burchelle J. Bashaw, Clyde M. Blazer, Robert L. Boertzel, Lawrence L. Dimmick, Edward M. Faubell, John D. Henry, Robert L. Isaacs, Matthew N. Johnson, Ora W. Jordan, James I. Logue, Robert T. Lore, Jr., James S. Mattson, ALbert F. Miller, Robert J. Myers, McGregor Scott, Harry M. Stewart, Walter F. Thompson, Weidner Titzck, Reginald S. Wigfield, and Robert P. Willits.

The missionary and benevolent funds of the church are in charge of the Session. Our church pays the salary of the following missionaries: Mrs. Helen Dunkeld, Africa; Dr. and Mrs. William H. Chisholm, Korea; Miss Marian W. McNeil, Africa; Rev. and Mrs. Philip M. Lytle, Peru; Rev. and Mrs. Earle R. White, Chile; Rev. and Mrs. John M. L. Young, Japan. It contributes also to the support of the Independent Board of Presbyterian Foreign Missions, Faith Theological Seminary, the National Missions Committee of the Bible Presbyterian Church, Harvey Cedars Bible Presbyterian Conference, the American Council of Christian Churches, the Bible Presbyterian Home at Delanco, N.J., the International COuncil of Christian Churches and a number of other agencies, missionaries, and pastors.

The Board of Trustees

Charles F. Wiggins, President

The church property is cared for and managed by the Board of Trustees. The current expenses of the church are in their charge. The members are John L. Hibbard, Merle F. McBurney, James L. Mc Curdy, A. Donald Pidgeon, George L. Pinner, Harry C. Rainey, Joseph Robb, Frank J. Seider, Edward R. Shane, David W. Steele, Walter F. Thompson, S. Rogers Wetherill, Charles F. Wiggins, William S. Woods, Sr.; William S. Woods, Jr., treasurer.

The Board of Deacons

William J. Bonner, Chairman

It is the duty of the Board of Deacons to look
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Every Lord's Day

9:45 a.m. - Sunday School.

11:00 a.m. - Morning Worship. Broadcast WVCH, 740, 12.30 to 1.30

6:30 p.m. - Junior Christian Endeavor Society.

6:45 p.m. - Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society.

6:45 p.m. - Senior Christian Endeavor Society.

6:45 p.m. - Young People's Christian Fellowship.

7:30 p.m. - Prayer.

7:45 p.m. - Evening Worship. Broadcast WCAM, 1310, 8 to 9.

9:30 p.m. - Hymn Sing.

There is a nursery supervised by Mrs. McGregor Scott where parents may leave their young children during the morning and evening service.


8:00 p.m. - A service of prayer, praise and Bible study.

The Communion Service is held five times a year - the first Sunday of February, April, June, October, and December. Preparatory Service to the Communion is held the Friday preceding Communion at eight o'clock.

Good Friday Service
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Easter Sunrise Service early Easter Sunday morning on the Cooper River Parkway at the intersection of Cuthbert Boulevard.
Thanksgiving Day Service at 9 o'clock in the morning.
Christmas Day Service at 10 o'clock in the morning.
Watch Night Service at 10 p.m. on December 31.
School of Missions - Wednesdays evening of November.
School of Stewardship - Wednesday evenings of February.
after those of our members who might be in need. The members of the Board are William J. Bonner, David Boone, William B. Buchanan, Charles L. Clark, Carl M. Crawford, Waldemar W. Diehl, George C. Eckert, H. Wilson Graham, Robert E. Hall, Robert W. Henry, John C. Long, C. Leslie Ransom.

Group Leaders

Mrs. Florendce H. Davidson, Secretary

The church membership is divided into 46 geographical unites with a leader for each unit. The duty of the group leaders is to keep in touch with the members and report any illness, sorrow, or trouble in the groups to the Pastors. Each leader is one of the women members of the congregation and resides in the particular area of her charge.


Blessing on the individual:

"If thou turn away thy foot from the sabbath, from doing thy pleasure on my holy day; and call the sabbath a delight, the holy of the LORD, honourable; and shalt honour him, not doing thine own ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking thine own words: then shalt thou delight thyself in the LORD; and I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth, and feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father: for the mouth of the LORD hath spoken it."
(Isa. 58:13,14).

Blessing on the home:

"Them that honour me I will honour." (1 Sam. 2:30).

Blessing on the nation:

"Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD" (Psa. 33:12).

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