Religion: Trends May 24, 1926

Moderator. In Brooklyn Rev. Henry H. Proctor is the unpretending pastor of an unpretentious little Congregational Church and its equally unpretentious membership. Yet the qualities of heart and mind that Rev. Mr. Proctor presents to his little flock have not passed unnoticed. Powerful pastors of powerful churches esteem him well — men like Dr. S. Parkes Cadman of the Central Congregational Church and James Percival Huget of the great Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church, who are his neighbors. They and their fellow Congregational ministers met last week in Manhattan to choose a moderator for their New York Association of Congregational churches. They...

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