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Churches in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas: Cathedral Church of Saint Matthew, Dallas, Texas
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Cathedral Church of Saint Matthew is an Episcopal cathedral church located in Dallas, Texas, in the United States. The cathedral is the official seat of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and is sometimes called the mother church of the diocese. It is listed by the Texas Historical Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Cathedral Church of Saint Matthew is an Episcopal cathedral church located in Dallas, Texas, in the United States. The cathedral is the official seat of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and is sometimes called the mother church of the diocese. It is listed by the Texas Historical Commission as a historic landmark. The first Episcopal church service held in Dallas, was conducted by the Reverend George Rottenstein on May 25, 1856. The services were held on the second floor of a general store. At the time, Dallas was a town of about 400 people. The small congregation grew, and Mr Rottenstein submitted Articles of Association to the Episcopal Church for the creation of the Episcopal Church of Saint Matthew to be effective September 21, 1857. The articles were ratified at the General Convention. On July 8, 1860, a fire broke out in Dallas that consumed most of the businesses on the town square as well as the rented facilities and all church belongings and records of Saint Matthews. The fire has been attributed to abolitionists by several historians. When the Right Rev. Alexander Gregg, first bishop of Texas, visited Dallas in October 1860, he found no church building, no records, and only six communicants. Bishop Gregg gave assistance to the small congregation so that the parish could continue. The parish recovered and grew such that by 1870, the parish had enough funds for the construction of its own church. Its church bell was added later that same year. The cathedral bell is called the Great Matthew. It was cast in 1870. In 1888, it was recast to its present size of 1500 pounds. Because of its immense size, when the cathedral moved to its present location, the small bell tower could not hold the immense bell. The Great Matthew. More: Books, , Churches-in-Dallas-Fort-Worth-Texas~~Books-LLC, , , , , , , , , , General Books LLC

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Cathedral Church of Saint Matthew is an Episcopal cathedral church located in Dallas, Texas, in the United States. The cathedral is the official seat of the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and is sometimes called the mother church of the diocese. It is listed by the Texas Historical Commission as a historic landmark. The first Episcopal church service held in Dallas, was conducted by the Reverend George Rottenstein on May 25, 1856. The services were held on the second floor of a general store. At the time, Dallas was a town of about 400 people. The small congregation grew, and Mr Rottenstein submitted Articles of Association to the Episcopal Church for the creation of the Episcopal Church of Saint Matthew to be effective September 21, 1857. The articles were ratified at the General Convention. On July 8, 1860, a fire broke out in Dallas that consumed most of the businesses on the town square as well as the rented facilities and all church belongings and records of Saint Matthews. The fire has been attributed to abolitionists by several historians. When the Right Rev. Alexander Gregg, first bishop of Texas, visited Dallas in October 1860, he found no church building, no records, and only six communicants. Bishop Gregg gave assistance to the small congregation so that the parish could continue. The parish recovered and grew such that by 1870, the parish had enough funds for the construction of its own church. Its church bell was added later that same year. The cathedral bell is called the Great Matthew. It was cast in 1870. In 1888, it was recast to its present size of 1500 pounds. Because of its immense size, when the cathedral moved to its present location, the small bell tower could not hold the immense bell. The Great Matthew. More: Books Churches-in-Dallas-Fort-Worth-Texas~~Books-LLC General Books LLC

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