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In October 1695, in response to letters received from the people of Carolina requesting spiritual guidance, the people of Dorchester, Massachusetts... more
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In October 1695, in response to letters received from the people of Carolina requesting spiritual guidance, the people of Dorchester, Massachusetts organized a church with the descendants of the original English immigrants, “to go to Carolina and settle the gospel there.” On December 14, 1695, the Rev. Joseph Lord and his followers, sailed at midnight in two boats. They encountered a tremendous storm and one ship, the “Skiff,” nearly capsized. After a day of fasting and prayer, they arrived, having taken fourteen days journey from Massachusetts to Carolina. When they arrived, they fired three guns, announcing their arrival to the people of Carolina. Anticipating this arrival, the people of Carolina fired nine guns, “which was more than usual.”
A site, eighteen miles from Charleston, was chosen and named Dorchester, again, to honor their roots. In February, under the branches of an oak tree, they took the first Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper and named their church,...
Welcome to Dale Powell Photography and Thank You for Visiting my Site. I am a Published Landscape Photographer based in Charleston SC. My Images have appeared in USA Today, Charleston Post and Courier, Mount Pleasant Waterworks 2018, 2019, 2022, & 2023 Calendars, 2019 Glock Calendar, America's Civil War Magazine, Island Magazine, Fort Moultrie 2020 Annual Pass, & Charleston Home + Design Magazine. My passion for photography started from the moment that I picked up a camera as a child. A camera would forever be more than a tool, it would allow me to capture and share beauty, wonderment, awe, and moments in time. For Personal Request please contact me at 843-971-9400 FINE ART AMERICA WATERMARKS WILL NOT APPEAR ON...
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