2011-10-06 / Local & State

Friends of Tonoloway Hold Fall Service At Historic Church



The McConnellsburg United Presbyterian Men’s Quartet performs at Friends Of Tonoloway’s annual fall worship service Sunday at Tonoloway Primitive Baptist Church near Warfordsburg. Depsite the cooler than usual weather, more than 60 people attended the afternoon service to hear Mac Miller, associate minister at Pleasant Ridge Church of the Brethren, deliver the sermon. The fall worship service is one of just two services held each year at the historic church. Sunday’s offering will be used to support the Friends’ preservation and maintenance of the Tonoloway property. From left: Harvey Kneas, Steve Walker, Stanley Kerlin and Wayne MacDonald. 
– PHOTO BY GARY TRUAX The McConnellsburg United Presbyterian Men’s Quartet performs at Friends Of Tonoloway’s annual fall worship service Sunday at Tonoloway Primitive Baptist Church near Warfordsburg. Depsite the cooler than usual weather, more than 60 people attended the afternoon service to hear Mac Miller, associate minister at Pleasant Ridge Church of the Brethren, deliver the sermon. The fall worship service is one of just two services held each year at the historic church. Sunday’s offering will be used to support the Friends’ preservation and maintenance of the Tonoloway property. From left: Harvey Kneas, Steve Walker, Stanley Kerlin and Wayne MacDonald. – PHOTO BY GARY TRUAX

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