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A 200th Homecoming

Oh my goodness! If you missed the 200th Anniversary celebration at Richland, you missed an incredibly beautiful day, blessed with friends and families from near and far who enjoyed the most special music, message and feast! Rev. Francis Wilson, the grandson of Rev. F. Bartow Asbell, Richland’s last pastor before it’s doors closed to active services, travelled all the way from Albuquerque, New Mexico to stand in the same pulpit from which his Grandfather spoke. I know his Grandfather would…

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Thank You

A letter of thanks written to the Wesleyannes Nadine, It was a pleasure to meet you and to have both you and the lovely and most talented Wesleyannes to sing at Richland Baptist Church’s Bicentennial Celebration on October 2nd. It was a very special day for those who attended, and the Wesleyannes incredible voices lilting through the air added just the right measure of “Joy-ful” to the occasion! I can’t tell you how many wonderful comments I received from people…

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Bicentennial Homecoming

Fried chicken and caramel cake never tasted so good as when shared with family and friends on the grounds of “Old Richland” Church! Get out your favorite recipes for great covered dishes and make your plans now to join families and friends of “Old Richland” for the 200th Anniversary of Richland Baptist Church and the influence it had on the community and the Christian faith of all those touched by it. Rev. Francis Wilson, a descendent (grandson) of a former…

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Long Term Planning Committee

It was a long but productive day for the committee of enthusiastic planners who meet on Saturday, Sept 10 to lay out plans for the future of Historic Richland Church. The day began with a quick visit to the Church building and grounds, since some of the participants were only vaguely familiar with Historic Richland Church. After a short visit and brief overview of the history and mission of The Richland Restoration League, the group returned to RedHill to begin…

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