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This is from the third bound collection that includes sermons from 1908, along with a couple of reports, such as this one. So, while not explicitly dated, it is very likely from 1908.

A report to the people who work at the Unity Church and/or volunteer to support Church operations. Opens by thanking them for stopping certain work, almost certainly referencing Earl Davis putting a stop to the running of church fairs and suppers as a means to support the church and its minister. Tells the workers of support provided by outside (see "Report to the Parish" for 1908). Davis also makes specific suggestions to work in the coming year, including occasional parish suppers and socials (with the social goal taking priority over revenue), sewing activities, support for church members, and outreach efforts.

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Transcription by Davis Baird. Item description based off writing and context provided by Davis Baird.


Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion

Rights Statement

Report to the Unity Workers



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