Golden Jubilee Convention Passes Resolution
October 1899

Golden Jubilee Convention Passes Resolution

Cincinnati, OH

The Golden Jubilee Convention of Disciples in Cincinnati passed the following resolution recognizing the Association and its benevolent ministry as an important part of the Christian Church:

“WHEREAS, There is a Benevolence Association of the Christian Churches with a central Board in St. Louis, organized for the work of general benevolence, such as the establishment of orphanages, homes for the aged, the afflicted, etc.; and

WHEREAS, Said Benevolence Association has been in effective operation for a number of years, and has done much toward the accomplishment of its purposes; therefore

RESOLVED, That we heartily approve this work of national benevolence, and commend the association to the brotherhood.” (Inasmuch, p34.)