Recently the Board of Missions at Corinth asked me to research some highlights of Corinth’s involvement in missions since its charter in 1869. With the help of Amy Stickler, I created the document below and thought you might enjoy it as well!
Corinth Missions History
“Missions pay. No better evidence of this truth can be found in North Carolina than Corinth Church, Hickory.”
These were the words of J. C. Clapp, who published in 1908 a history of German Reformed churches in North Carolina. Corinth was founded May 22, 1869, as a mission church of the North Carolina Classis of the German Reformed Church.
Clapp’s use of the word “missions” was a little different than ours, but so was the era. Read more »