1 thought on “Parish Helper of the Church of the Crucifixion: September 1902

  1. Suzanne Glover Lindsay

    This coverage of the Church of the Crucifixion is terrific. I’m simultaneously learning about it through one of its white vestrymen, otherwise a congregant at St. Stephen’s engaged anonymously in social programs for the poor, Robert E. Atmore (Atmore Mincemeat and Plum Puddings on Tasker Street). Having the direct voice of The Rev. Henry L. Phillips, rector during Atmore’s participation (d. 1909), is deeply moving and illuminating about Philadelphia, urban poverty, and the black clergy. Rev. Phillips deserves all the respect and credit he’s been given and more, Thank you.


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