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1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Good Feeling: A Sunday School Picnic at the Richmond Hill Methodist Church, June 17,
2  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa 1911-15.
3  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa 1911-15.
4  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Centre Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa 1911-1915.
5  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Richmond Hill Methodist Church, dedicated on July 1, 1849.
6  Richmond Hill Photo Images: The interior of Richmond Hill Methodist Church.
7  Richmond Hill Photo Images: The Richmond Hill Methodist Church choir picnic held at the Switzer family
8  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Building the Richmond Hill Methodist (later United) Church in 1880-81.
9  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Yonge Street, with the spire of the Methodist Church in the centre.
10  Richmond Hill Photo Images: The completed Methodist Church, dedicated in October 1881.
11  Richmond Hill Photo Images: Richmond Hill Methodist Church. The G.A.N.G. class, 1925. Mr. Arnold,
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: churches on the west side of the street, Methodist and Roman Catholic on the
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa 1911-15. Key to
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Centre Street from the roof of the Methodist Church, circa 1911-1915. Key to
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Methodist Church drive
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Methodist parsonage
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Then Sanderson's, the Methodist (United) Church, the Masonic Hall, A.J.
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: School. There the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Church joined other community groups in laying wreaths
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: auditorium of the Methodist Church was well filled on Tuesday evening with an
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: as the only community centre. Itinerant Methodist and Presbyterian preachers came up
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: at the Richmond Hill Roman Catholic church in April 1859. Under the supervision of
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Richmond Hill Methodist Church, dedicated on July 1, 1849. While the
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian church, 1847-1877. Village Methodists were also
25  Early Days in Richmond Hill: about 300 in number, repaired to the church, where the meeting was presided over by Amos
26  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Methodists for their new 1880 church building.
27  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Society. He was active in the Methodist Church for over half a century. Above all, he wrote
28  Early Days in Richmond Hill: or if only one, a spray as high as the Methodist [United] Church spire. Water was supplied from
29  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Yonge Street and to the north, the new Methodist Church was deemed "one of the finest Church edifices in
30  Early Days in Richmond Hill: church - and to keep pace with the new Methodist and Presbyterian buildings, the
31  Early Days in Richmond Hill: following the construction of the new Methodist Church, and the installation of a new half-ton bell in
32  Early Days in Richmond Hill: right side of Yonge Street, the Richmond Hill Methodist Church and St. Mary Immaculate Roman Catholic
33  Early Days in Richmond Hill: the Richmond Hill Methodist (later United) Church in 1880-81. The completed
34  Early Days in Richmond Hill: flames burst through the roof, and the Richmond Hill Methodist Church with all its contents burned to the
35  Early Days in Richmond Hill: twentieth-century communion card) for the Richmond Hill Methodist Church, 1884. Fortunately, the Methodists numbered
36  Early Days in Richmond Hill: for The Liberal as a "beautiful new church, which for lofty spire, great seating capacity,
37  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 1887 to 1894. Such superlatives for the Methodists helped spur on the rival Presbyterians
38  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of the workmen at the Methodist Church, named Blanchard, had his watch
39  Early Days in Richmond Hill: purposes. This bell replaced the Methodist Church bell as the official "Town Bell." It rang out
40  Early Days in Richmond Hill: to hear in the north end. "Since the church bell has ceased to ring we are at a loss to know

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