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Ship Arrivals at the Port of Quebec, This can lead to errors in the interpretation of the entry or missed entries. Be aware that there may be two or more ships of the same name, from the same, or different ports, during the same year.

A few ships also made two trips in An Act to repeal the general Laws relating to Quarantine An Act for the encouragement of British shipping and navigation, cap. The principal provisions of this act are: A ship is no longer liable, for trifling or unintentional fault, to be dragged by a cruiser thousands of miles out of her voyage, there being no for feiture of that ship throughout the Act. The Liverpool Packets having met with general approbation and support, the owners of them have concluded to add to the number of vessels employed in that establishment — and they now intend that the following ships shall sail between New-York and Liverpool, in regular succession, twice in each month, from each port leaving both New-York and Liverpool on the 1st and 16th of every month throughout the year, viz:.

Captain Mayward sailed from Boston, 26th March, for Gottenburg, with a cargo of sugar, coffee, fustic, and cotton ; when Captain M. The leak commenced on the night of the 27th, in a heavy gale. Vessel and cargo lost. Canning and Professor Everett. We quote below a sentence from Mr. Canning's remarks to compare it with a sentiment lately advanced in the Congress of the U. States, on the same point. During his speech on the Panama question, Mr.

Canning said "No man would affirm that a state of slavery is consistent with the British constitution, and still less was it consistent with the mild spirit of Christianity. They were wrecked in the mail boat from Montserrat to Antigua, having left the vessel they had been to St. Kitts in and which arrived safe, she being a dull sailor.

White, wife, three children and servant ; Rev. Jones was saved, and she was so ill that the doctors forbid her being questioned. The folloeing circumstances, however have been communicated by her: White, his wife and three children, and servant were all swept away together, clinging to each other ; Mr. Hilliar attempted to swim to Sandy Island, and was drowned in her sight ; her infant was washed away from her arms ; her husband died on her lap, the night before she was taken off, and was washed away.

As returning recollection opens to her the horrors of the scene she has witnessed, I am told she often exclaims, "O, Captain Whitney, why did he save me! The body of Captain W.

The Laprairie left here this morning at four o'clock for Laprairie, where she is to take in tow the new Steam Ferry Boat Henry , which was launched last fall. The Laprairie will, probably commence her first trip to Quebec tomorrow night.

There are now twelve schooners and one brigantine in port. About 11 o'clock, on Friday night last, a meteor was discovered directly over this city, which for the moment, shed a light of such brilliancy as to strike the beholders with admiraton.

The size appeared to be many degrees larger than the moon, when at full, and was visible about two or three seconds, when it dissolved "into thin air," without any explosion. Various conjectures and forbodings have been hazarded by many of our superstitious pretenders to astronomy, on account of this vistor, all of which are too absurd to merit attention.

In York, Upper Canada, an action for damages, in consequences of a disappointment in Marriage, occasioned by defamation, was tried. The Plaintiff was a Miss Jane White, lately arrived from England, and the Defendants name is Mark Hutchinson, who had formerly paid his addresses to her, but was refused.

The slander was made in presence of a young man a Mr. Milburn to whom Plaintiff was about to be married, but who broke off the match in consequence of the statement of the Defendant.

The oil which remains in them overnight, is not properly cleaned out early in the morning as it should be, and therefore continues dropping on the clothes of those who may unfortunately pass beneath, on the sunny side of the street. This is even a more unpleasant thing than plumping to the knee in a mud hole of a dark night, when the lamps have either been lighted, before the sun has "hid his blushing countenance behind the mountain," or not lit at all, just as the convenience of those concerned happen to order it, — for in the latter case the mud can be washed, or brushed off in the morning, but in the former, it sticks like the spot on the fair hand of Lady Macbeth.

The other Boats it may be expected will be in full operation in a few days. April 26th - CC Short Passage. It is stated in the Charleston papers that the ship had been only sixty-one days absent for the latter port. The Packet ship William Thompson , Captain Bowne, of this port, the last voyage, was absent only sixty-five days.

He had a passage of only 17 days out, the passengers being only seventeen days from the time they left the City Hotel, in this city, until they were snugly at supper in the King's Arms in Liverpool. Montmorenci , Crown , Sir George Provost , and two or three others were to sail about fives days after. A number of river craft have come up from different parts below, but afford no intelligence of any vessels being in the river ; as a number are, however known to have sailed early, their arrival may be daily looked for.

Spoke the ship Priscilla , from Plymouth for Quebec on the 28th inst. The Sophia lost two of her seamen overboard on the passage. Dill, second Mate of that vessel, and son of J. The new Steam-Boat Lady of the Lake , which was built at the Cascades, arrived here on Tuesday, and is now receiving her engine.

This vessel was navigated to Montreal through the Rapids, and although the experiment might be considered dangerous, yet we are happy to say that not the slightest accident occurred.

She is owned by Mr. James Greenfield of Montreal. Montreal 12th May, By private letters from Quebec received in town [ Montreal ] yesterday, we are informed that the Honble. Denny, from Canton, laden with teas, had arrived at Quebec on the 10th inst. Castle left Canton on the 21st January last, and learned from the captain of an Indiaman, homeward bound at St.

Helens, that the Burmese war had terminated—of this event if correct we may expect further particulars by the next arrival from England. We have also heard that another vessel from Greenock had arrived at Quebec, the name of which we have not ascertained, and it is likewise reported that the Honble.

Doctor Stewart, Lord Bishop of Quebec, had come passenger in her. We beg the attention of the Mercantile community to the extracts from the treaty between Great Britain and France, published in the French side of the Gazette. The principal features are ; That British and French vessels may not be admitted into the territory of Great Britain except the possessions of the East-India Company and France, and their colonies, upon a footing of entire reciprocity as to duties—and that the productions or manufactures of either power or of their colonies may be imported or exported in these vessels.

A British vessel may therefore go direct to France or its colonies with the productions of Lower Canada, and pay the same duties as a French vessel now does ; and a French vessel may come direct from France or its colonies to Lower Canada, and pay the same duties as paid upon English vessels ; the reports being regulated in either country by the existing commercial laws.

Arrivals have been frequent at Lockport, for several days past, and an immense quantity of goods are already there, destined for the west. She is commanded by Capt. Whitaker, and leaves each of the above mentioned ports every fourth day. The bark Sydney Packet , from Liverpool, was spoken off the Magdalen Islands by the Active , arrived yesterday from London and supplied with one man.

The Sydney Packet had been ashore at St. Peter's Island, where the passengers nine in number and four seamen landed and remain. A distressing melancholy accident took place in the town of Derby, Vermont on Saturday, the 27th ult. Two men, one by the name of Elisha Goddard, the other Winthrop Fox, were engaged in rafting logs across a mill-pond, when suddenly, and unexpectedly, the raft separated, and they were both precipitated into the water. Goddard being a good swimmer, succeeded in reaching the shore, while Mr.

Fox, not having the art was drowned. He was thirty-eight years three months, and seventeen days old when drowned, and left a wife and seven children mostly small to lament the loss of a kind, indulgent and affectionate husband and father. He was the son of Mr. Silas Fox of Stanstead, Lower Canada.

March 22nd - CC. Has commenced running three times a week, through in two days. Leaves Quebec same days, and hours, — Sleep, at Three Rivers, and the following evening arrives in Montreal. With the Mail same price. Fare to be paid by Stages ; all parcels to be paid for when Booked. Four Columbian privateers have made numerous prizes about Cape de Gat. At Dundee, 10th, Midas , Maner, Quebec. At Gravesend, 14th, Sibson , Milne, Quebec.

Sailed, Ann , Heath, New York. At Leith, Gratitude , Gellately, Quebec. Magnet , Watkins, for Oporto. An American ship is coming in from the Westward, with the letter X on her foretopsail. Ship James Cropper , Charles H. The Liverpool Packets having met with general approbation and support, the owners of them have concluded to add to the number of vessels employed in that establishment — and they now intend that the following ships shall sail between New-York and Liverpool, in regular succession, twice in each month, from each port leaving both New-York and Liverpool on the 1st and 16th of every month throughout the year, viz: These ships were all built in New-York, of the best materials, and are coppered, and copper fastened.

They are very fast sailers ; their accomodations for passengers are uncommonly extensive and commodious, and they are commanded by men of great experience. The price of passage to England, in the Cabin, is now fixed at thirty guineas, for which sum passengers will be furnished with Beds and Bedding, Wine and Stores of the best quality. That not only safety as far as depends on human skill and exertion, but also comfort shall be insured to passengers.

Lawrence, three miles above Ogdensburg, in the State of New York. The Mansion is a modern built frame house, 40 by 36, on a stone foundation, finished in the best style, and completed only twelve months since. It is of two Stories, containing seven Rooms with a hall passing through it, and a Portico of four lofty columns in the rear facing the river, commanding an extensive view of its picturesque scenery, embracing the Villages of Brockville, Prescott, and Johnstown.

Applications are requested to be made to the Subscriber, in the city of New York. Brisbane after having had an interview with Lord Amherst, sailed in the Bodicea , to conduct the naval operations on the Burmese coast.

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Canning's remarks to compare it with a sentiment lately advanced in the Congress of the U. States, on the same point. During his speech on the Panama question, Mr. Canning said "No man would affirm that a state of slavery is consistent with the British constitution, and still less was it consistent with the mild spirit of Christianity. They were wrecked in the mail boat from Montserrat to Antigua, having left the vessel they had been to St. Kitts in and which arrived safe, she being a dull sailor.

White, wife, three children and servant ; Rev. Jones was saved, and she was so ill that the doctors forbid her being questioned. The folloeing circumstances, however have been communicated by her: White, his wife and three children, and servant were all swept away together, clinging to each other ; Mr. Hilliar attempted to swim to Sandy Island, and was drowned in her sight ; her infant was washed away from her arms ; her husband died on her lap, the night before she was taken off, and was washed away.

As returning recollection opens to her the horrors of the scene she has witnessed, I am told she often exclaims, "O, Captain Whitney, why did he save me! The body of Captain W. The Laprairie left here this morning at four o'clock for Laprairie, where she is to take in tow the new Steam Ferry Boat Henry , which was launched last fall. The Laprairie will, probably commence her first trip to Quebec tomorrow night. There are now twelve schooners and one brigantine in port. About 11 o'clock, on Friday night last, a meteor was discovered directly over this city, which for the moment, shed a light of such brilliancy as to strike the beholders with admiraton.

The size appeared to be many degrees larger than the moon, when at full, and was visible about two or three seconds, when it dissolved "into thin air," without any explosion. Various conjectures and forbodings have been hazarded by many of our superstitious pretenders to astronomy, on account of this vistor, all of which are too absurd to merit attention. In York, Upper Canada, an action for damages, in consequences of a disappointment in Marriage, occasioned by defamation, was tried.

The Plaintiff was a Miss Jane White, lately arrived from England, and the Defendants name is Mark Hutchinson, who had formerly paid his addresses to her, but was refused.

The slander was made in presence of a young man a Mr. Milburn to whom Plaintiff was about to be married, but who broke off the match in consequence of the statement of the Defendant. The oil which remains in them overnight, is not properly cleaned out early in the morning as it should be, and therefore continues dropping on the clothes of those who may unfortunately pass beneath, on the sunny side of the street.

This is even a more unpleasant thing than plumping to the knee in a mud hole of a dark night, when the lamps have either been lighted, before the sun has "hid his blushing countenance behind the mountain," or not lit at all, just as the convenience of those concerned happen to order it, — for in the latter case the mud can be washed, or brushed off in the morning, but in the former, it sticks like the spot on the fair hand of Lady Macbeth.

The other Boats it may be expected will be in full operation in a few days. April 26th - CC Short Passage. It is stated in the Charleston papers that the ship had been only sixty-one days absent for the latter port.

The Packet ship William Thompson , Captain Bowne, of this port, the last voyage, was absent only sixty-five days. He had a passage of only 17 days out, the passengers being only seventeen days from the time they left the City Hotel, in this city, until they were snugly at supper in the King's Arms in Liverpool. Montmorenci , Crown , Sir George Provost , and two or three others were to sail about fives days after. A number of river craft have come up from different parts below, but afford no intelligence of any vessels being in the river ; as a number are, however known to have sailed early, their arrival may be daily looked for.

Spoke the ship Priscilla , from Plymouth for Quebec on the 28th inst. The Sophia lost two of her seamen overboard on the passage. Dill, second Mate of that vessel, and son of J. The new Steam-Boat Lady of the Lake , which was built at the Cascades, arrived here on Tuesday, and is now receiving her engine.

This vessel was navigated to Montreal through the Rapids, and although the experiment might be considered dangerous, yet we are happy to say that not the slightest accident occurred. She is owned by Mr. James Greenfield of Montreal.

Montreal 12th May, By private letters from Quebec received in town [ Montreal ] yesterday, we are informed that the Honble. Denny, from Canton, laden with teas, had arrived at Quebec on the 10th inst. Castle left Canton on the 21st January last, and learned from the captain of an Indiaman, homeward bound at St.

Helens, that the Burmese war had terminated—of this event if correct we may expect further particulars by the next arrival from England. We have also heard that another vessel from Greenock had arrived at Quebec, the name of which we have not ascertained, and it is likewise reported that the Honble. Doctor Stewart, Lord Bishop of Quebec, had come passenger in her. We beg the attention of the Mercantile community to the extracts from the treaty between Great Britain and France, published in the French side of the Gazette.

The principal features are ; That British and French vessels may not be admitted into the territory of Great Britain except the possessions of the East-India Company and France, and their colonies, upon a footing of entire reciprocity as to duties—and that the productions or manufactures of either power or of their colonies may be imported or exported in these vessels.

A British vessel may therefore go direct to France or its colonies with the productions of Lower Canada, and pay the same duties as a French vessel now does ; and a French vessel may come direct from France or its colonies to Lower Canada, and pay the same duties as paid upon English vessels ; the reports being regulated in either country by the existing commercial laws.

Arrivals have been frequent at Lockport, for several days past, and an immense quantity of goods are already there, destined for the west. She is commanded by Capt. Whitaker, and leaves each of the above mentioned ports every fourth day. The bark Sydney Packet , from Liverpool, was spoken off the Magdalen Islands by the Active , arrived yesterday from London and supplied with one man.

The Sydney Packet had been ashore at St. Peter's Island, where the passengers nine in number and four seamen landed and remain. A distressing melancholy accident took place in the town of Derby, Vermont on Saturday, the 27th ult. Two men, one by the name of Elisha Goddard, the other Winthrop Fox, were engaged in rafting logs across a mill-pond, when suddenly, and unexpectedly, the raft separated, and they were both precipitated into the water.

Goddard being a good swimmer, succeeded in reaching the shore, while Mr. Fox, not having the art was drowned. He was thirty-eight years three months, and seventeen days old when drowned, and left a wife and seven children mostly small to lament the loss of a kind, indulgent and affectionate husband and father. He was the son of Mr. Silas Fox of Stanstead, Lower Canada. March 22nd - CC. Has commenced running three times a week, through in two days. Leaves Quebec same days, and hours, — Sleep, at Three Rivers, and the following evening arrives in Montreal.

With the Mail same price. Fare to be paid by Stages ; all parcels to be paid for when Booked. Four Columbian privateers have made numerous prizes about Cape de Gat. At Dundee, 10th, Midas , Maner, Quebec. At Gravesend, 14th, Sibson , Milne, Quebec.

Sailed, Ann , Heath, New York. At Leith, Gratitude , Gellately, Quebec. Magnet , Watkins, for Oporto. An American ship is coming in from the Westward, with the letter X on her foretopsail. Ship James Cropper , Charles H. The Liverpool Packets having met with general approbation and support, the owners of them have concluded to add to the number of vessels employed in that establishment — and they now intend that the following ships shall sail between New-York and Liverpool, in regular succession, twice in each month, from each port leaving both New-York and Liverpool on the 1st and 16th of every month throughout the year, viz: These ships were all built in New-York, of the best materials, and are coppered, and copper fastened.

They are very fast sailers ; their accomodations for passengers are uncommonly extensive and commodious, and they are commanded by men of great experience. The price of passage to England, in the Cabin, is now fixed at thirty guineas, for which sum passengers will be furnished with Beds and Bedding, Wine and Stores of the best quality.

That not only safety as far as depends on human skill and exertion, but also comfort shall be insured to passengers. Lawrence, three miles above Ogdensburg, in the State of New York. The Mansion is a modern built frame house, 40 by 36, on a stone foundation, finished in the best style, and completed only twelve months since. It is of two Stories, containing seven Rooms with a hall passing through it, and a Portico of four lofty columns in the rear facing the river, commanding an extensive view of its picturesque scenery, embracing the Villages of Brockville, Prescott, and Johnstown.

Applications are requested to be made to the Subscriber, in the city of New York. Brisbane after having had an interview with Lord Amherst, sailed in the Bodicea , to conduct the naval operations on the Burmese coast.

The passengers by the Liffey are— capt. Blankley and the officers of his Majesty's late ship Sophie sold out of service the Rev. Royce, late of the Boadicea , and lieut. Murray, late of the Leven.

The Liffey was detained three weeks by strong easterly winds, about ninety leagues to the westward of the Lizard. The steam packet Emulous , lieut. Henry Williams, has sailed for the East Indies. On Monday, the Herald went out of harbour. On Tuesday the Arrow and the Ariadne came into harbour. On Thursday the Calliope arrived from a cruise.

Whish appointed to the Scylla , vice De Crespigny, deceased ; lieut. Young to the rank of commander, and to command the Beaver ; vice Whish ; capt. Wylie, surgeon, to the Espiegle ; Mr. Jones, purser to the Cameleon ; Mr. Dennis, purser to the Victor.

Lord William Paget has taken the command of the Philomel , at this port, for Channel service. Charles Paget, of the Royal George yatch [sic] son to the rear admiral, Mr. Hope Bingham, and Mr. Pearce, of the Victory , are promoted to the rank of lieutenants.

The Contest gun brig for the Newfoundland station, was commissioned on Monday last, by Lt. The Starling cutter, arrived here on Thursday, with l in the new silver coinage, for the dock yard, from Portmouth.

The Onyx transport sailed on Tuesday, with victualling stores for Corfu ; the Supply naval transport, for Milford ; and the Tortoise and Goodwill dock yard lighters with naval stores for Portmouth. The Sparrowhawk , 18, capt.

Polkinghorne, is to be stationed on the Irish coast. By a Postscript in the Commercial Advertiser , we are informed that the Packet ship Columbia , which sailed from Liverpool on the 3rd March, had arrived at New York on the 1st instant.

There are 9 Packets from Liverpool, 3 from London, and 3 from Havre, now on their way to the port of New York, consequently we may expect by next mail abundance of information, for which we still wait before giving utterance to some reports which are in Circulation through town, upon mercantile transactions. The Honorable and Revd. Doctor Strachan of York, U. Rodier, Merchant of this city [ Montreal ], came passenger in the Columbia , and arrived here on Thursday last, after an absence of not more than three months.

The ice in the river is gradually clearing away ; Canoes, with passengers, have crossed between point St. Charles and Laprarie yesterday and Thursday.

At Spitalfields, many families were actually starving. A member of the common council of London said he was a manager of a fund for the relief of the houseless poor, at which not less than applicants were supplied twice a day with a two penny loaf and a glass of water. An action for breach of promise of marriage was lately tried at New York, where the Plaintiff, a youthful Adonis, was nearly 75 years old, and the faithless nymph who had "stole his tender heart away," only about sixty-six!!

Cameron was not on board when the circumstance took place, but arrived in proper time to take the necessary precaution for preserving the Boat.

The front of the office was much scorched, but sustained no other injury. The engine, and all forward of it, did not experience any damage. A fire Engine was promptly brought from the village, which kept playing on the fire until it was completely extinguished.

Great credit is due to the persons on board, and to others from the town, for their exertions, as if the utmost caution had not been used the whole of this fine vessel would have been destroyed. We are informed that no fire was on board that night and even a candle had not been lighted, which is strong presumptive evidence that this transaction had its origin in some villainous incendiary. If such be the case we sincerely hope the perpetrator may be discovered, and punished with the utmost severity which the law provides for such offenders.

The Walrus , Capt. Wright, which sailed from London on the 18th March, arrived at Quebec on the 25th instant. This is the first arrival from the sea this season, but we are sorry that no papers have been received by it.

Thomas was ordained in They have been married 13 years and have 3 children: Darren, Rebecca, and Krysta. They look forward to moving to Albuquerque in June and immersing themselves in the culture and community.

Albuquerque, the largest city in the state, holds a great opportunity to share the love of Christ to a lost generation. Steve and Amanda were both born in Missouri, but Steve was raised in Wyoming. Rochester is the home of well known Free Will Baptist, David Marks, and it is one of three major area cities including Buffalo and Syracuse.

This area was once a stronghold for Free Will Baptists, and the Martins hope to bring that emphasis back to the people there. This new area of ministry will be a first for the work in Home Missions. Please pray for the Yorks as they minister in New York. Travis served there as the Associate Pastor for seven years under the pastorate of Rev. Jim McComas and Rev. Ashland is a small, yet growing college town of 22, inhabitants. They are working with Tom and Pam Jones as a team in this effort.

Nate and Jenna are the proud parents of Paxton and Elliana. Please pray for the Altoms as they continue in this ministry for the Lord. Darin and Joy have three children, Dalton, Dylan, and Melissa. Please pray for the Alvis family as they share in the ministry in Erie. They have three children, Charity, Luke, and Isaiah. He has pastored churches in Michigan, North Carolina, and Ohio.

Erie County boasts a population of approximately ,, with Erie, the fourth largest city in Pennsylvania, having , people. Another suburb of Erie is Millcreek Township which shows a majority population age range of 25 to 41 years of age. According to published data, a large segment of residents claim no religious affiliation.

Please pray for Daryl, Michelle, and children as they continue to work in Erie, Pennsylvania. They have come to North American Ministries from serving as associate pastor with Rev.

Henry Horne in Chocowinity, NC. Please pray for Allen, Jenny, daughter, Allison, and son, Joshua as they continue in this ministry. This church has been self-supporting for some time, and this precious family is now expanding their ministry and planting a Free Will Baptist church in the Greensburg area.

Daughter Jenna and husband, Nate Altom, have joined Tom and Pam and are working as a team in this project. Daughters Bobbie and family and Mandy are all a part of the work. Please pray for this family as they minister in Greensburg.

The Elliott family is ministering in Quebec, a French-speaking province in Canada, where they will plant a Free Will Baptist church and ministry.

Danny and Dawn are the proud parents of five children: Summer, Autumn, Joshua, Jonathan, and Jacob. In preparation for ministry in Quebec, the Elliotts have attended language school to study French. The Quebecois are considered to be the most unreached people group of North America.

With a population of nearly 8 million, there are no Free Will Baptist churches in the province. Please pray for the Elliott family as they embark on this new frontier for Free Will Baptists. Rhode Island is the second most densely populated state in the nation.

Surprisingly, there is very little gospel witness to be found in that area. They are leaving the Church, which became a self-supporting work at the end of The Kivettes have two daughters, Kinsley and Kylah. JD has a bachelor's degree in music performance piano and organ and Kayla in Biology. JD comes to NAM after working as a music and youth minister at a church in the Nashville area while Kayla was a high school science teacher.

This is an unusual connection in that NAM, Welch College and Immanuel Church are working together to encourage church planting through internships.

Gallatin is one of the fastest growing suburbs in the mid-south. A lot of new homes, schools and retail are planned and currently in progress for the area around the church. Jesse and Tiffany have one son, Gavin.

They have two children, Katelyn and Ashlyn. Woodforest FWB Church is located in the greater Houston area where more than 2 million people reside. It is a 5, acre master-planned community with more than 5, new homes. Please pray for Jonathan and Ashley as they join this Houston church-planting team. Chris and Beth have served in ministry for over 17 years and once again have answered the call of God over their lives to join the mission of church planting.

Chris will be working to establish a sound ministry to youth as Student Pastor, but will also be working in other areas to minister to the whole family. Thomas has also begun to seek his place in the ministry looking to help serve with younger children.

McKinney, TX is like so many places in our world today, whether urban or rural, people need to hear about the love of Christ. We ask you to join with us in prayerful support to see Jesus Christ glorified through the ministry of Clearview Free Will Baptist Church. Randall and Collette have also served in youth ministry and two pastorates.

It is the largest metropolitan area in Texas, the largest in the South, and the fourth largest in the United States. Dallas also has been the fastest growing metropolitan city in the United States for the past few years. Please pray for the Wrights as they work in the. Utah is predominantly Latter Day Saints with less than two percent of the population of Utah identifying as evangelical Christian.

Please pray for Logan and Grayson as they minister in this area for the Lord. Brother Gene attended Welch College. Gene, Seth, Cole, and Levi. This church has been established for some time. Gene and Angela are excited to step into the work and see all that God has in store for the future.

Please pray for this family as they continue this important work. Kevin and Beth Bass are going as associate-joint project missionaries between the state of Virginia and North American Ministries. Kevin and Beth have two daughters-Bailee and Brynna, and a son, Kaleb. The urban population of Portsmouth is 1. Military presence brings in people from all over the country each year.

Please pray for this family as they join in this new Virginia church plant. Marshall and Tiffany Boney are newly appointed church planters to the ocean front area of Virginia Beach, VA The Boneys have lived in the Virginia Beach area for many years and have a great knowledge of the needs of the area. They have one daughter still living at home and two adult daughters and one son-in-law. Please pray for the family as they transition to the role of lead planters establishing a new church in the area.

Wytheville is located in southwest Virginia along the Blue Ridge Mountains and is a haven for history buffs. Please pray for this new project. With a population of more than 29, county-wide, only forty-six percent are affiliated with a religious organization.

Winchester is located between the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains in the northwest part of Virginia. It is a growning area that is steeped in history and home to Shenandoah University. The Weavers have one son, Micah and one daughter, Anna Leigh. Morgantown is in the northern part of the state and boasts a population of over 30, people. In addition, Morgantown is home to West Virginia University and has an enrollment of over 27, students.

This document is for informational purposes only and a general guideline for requirements. Please contact our office for specific instructions to apply. Church planters must be highly motivated and self-starters with an entrepreneurial spirit.

He should have high standards and must be willing to work hard. Thank you so very much for your inquiry. If you wish to continue the process, please move forward to the Questions to Ask Yourself. We are delighted with your interest. If we can help you, please do not hesitate to call. New Version Version 0. New Version Version 1 Version 0. June 21, Makayla: April 22, Pierson: November 23, Cohen: September 29, Westin: November 12 Ellie Mae: August 29, Addison Grae: October 29, Aiden: August 13 Lily Kate: January 19, Ainsley: May 1, Carter: January 25, Finn: May 21, Harper: February 5, Brandon: January 22, Katie: May 6, Caleb: July 8, Peyton: January 17, Greyson: October 25, Colton: January 4, Rebecca: August 6, Krysta: Contact Office For Information Birthdays: December 2, Skylar: August 19, Lauren: September 5, Lucas: March 29, Haddon: February 16, Elliana: January 21, Dylan: January 31, Melissa: February 26, Isaiah: April 24, Joshua:

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