Tag Archives: Cincinnati History

#FBF “It’s Not in Buildings”

A beautiful memoir of the original Swedenborgian Church in Walnut Hills by Carol Skinner Lawson…

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#FBF #CincinnatiHistory #Music & #Hymns

This hymnal was printed in Lebanon, Ohio, by Nathaniel McClean, 1810. Thomas Newport was the first Swedenborgian in the territory now Ohio…and ordained one of their Ministers.  Delighting in singing, in 1810 he compiled and caused to be printed in … Continue reading

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#FBF Visiting Ministers: A thing of the past & present

Sundays at the New Church of Montgomery (@GlendaleNewChu) are vibrant due to the variety of voices that of our visiting Ministers bring to the pulpit. This is not a new idea in our church.  In this “Messenger” article from 1906, … Continue reading

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#FBF #Cincinnati #History, Old Writeups

Illustration by sketch artist, Carol Williams. The text from this 1931 “A Spot in Cincinnati” reads: The Church of the New Jerusalem at the corner of Oak Street and Winslow Avenue in Walnut Hills will be the center of great … Continue reading

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