Egerton Street Baptist Church
Pastor was J. H. Olmstead
On Februaiy 7th, 1920, the old Egerton Street Baptist Church was completely destroyed by fire. Then, through the indefatigable efforts of the pastor Rev. A. C. Bingham, now of Vancouver, and the co-operation of a loyal people, the present building rose on the site of the ruins and was dedicated in the fall of the same year.
It is now our privilege and joy, this 3rd day of February, 1929, to set apart this beautiful "Warren" organ made by the Woodstock Organ Co. to the praise of God and the glory of his name.
During the morning worship service, anthems were sung by William Jackson and Ira B. Wilson. The special sermon was by Professor A. L. McCrimmon, M. A., LL. D. The Gospel Service at 7 p.m. included special music by Chas. Gounod, Henry Gadsby and Mrs. Harold Pyman.
October 1929 Calendar
Egerton's 25th Anniversary will be held November 3. Rev. C. H. Schutt Superintendant of Baptist Home Mission Board will be the speaker.
Rev. Gordon Crowfoot of Adelaide Street Baptist Church will be the speaker at the B.Y.P.U. January 13.
26th Anniversary speaker Prof. M. L. Orchard of McMaster University Hamilton.
September 21, 1930 guest speaker
Mr. W.C. Senior, Convention secretary.
Calendar October 20, 1929
Talbot Street Baptist Church is celebrating their 85th anniversary this week. Egerton rejoices with them in all the blessings that God has given. Dr. J. C. Massee, formerly of Tremont Temple Boston will conduct an Evangelistic Campaign covering the period Oct. 20-Nov. 1. While Egerton has received a very cordial invitation to attend these meetings, Friday Oct. 25 is especially "Egerton Street Night", TRY AND BE PRESENT.
The guest speaker next Sunday will be Rev. C.H. Schutt, superintendent of Baptist Home Mission Board.