UGC resolution . . . from 1874

Funny what you’ll find when you look. A couple of weeks ago, I was reading old Universalist General Convention minutes, available at Google Books. The proceedings of the 1874 convention, in New York City, were particularly interesting. The sixty-seven delegates served a different role than our General Assembly delegates today. For one thing, the General… Continue reading UGC resolution . . . from 1874