On a rising eminence, about a stone's row from e bank of at beautiful stream, e Clear Fork of Gasper river, is e place where e Meeting-house stood a ridge of rough stones, forming an oblong, irty by fifty feet, ks e identical spot. It is about two miles nor of Sou Union, Kentucky. In e of 1800, several hundred devout Christians met for a communion service at e Red River Meeting House. e congregation was composed of McGready’s ree churches. McGready was assisted by four o er men: John Rankin and Reverend William Hodge, also two bro ers named John and William McGee. Meeting closures due to Covid-19. Many meetings are currently not meeting physically or having hybrid physical and online meetings using e video conferencing platform Zoom. Zoom meetings can be found here or by filtering for Online Meetings below. For any . 08, · Kentucky (Logan County), Sou Union — 170 — Gasper River Meeting House — One of ree churches of Rev. James McGready, a Presbyterian minister, in Logan County-Gasper River, Muddy River, and Red River-around which e great frontier revival of 1797 to 1805 began. e events at Red River and Gasper River Churches inspired camp meetings to be held roughout e region. A notable camp meeting took place at Cane Ridge, Kentucky in 1801. Gasper River meeting house no longer exists. In y 1799, a revival occurred among e congregants of e Gasper River Meeting House (Church) as dozens were slain in e spirit. e practice of church camp meetings grew out of e ga erings at it and ose at Red River and Muddy River, and e Second Great Awakening resulted. 01, · Mission: Reviving believers and churches. Vision: Seeing churches alive wi God’s presence and disciples multiplying disciples. Arriving in e county, he began pastoring e church at met in e Red River Meetinghouse, which was located near e river of e same name. Shortly after, he established two more small congregations, Gasper River Church and Muddy River Church, bo also in Logan County. In 1771, e name, Gasper River bears e namesake of Gasper (Kasper/Casper) Mansker, longhunter and pioneer of Kentucky and Tennessee while in now Bowling Green Kentucky Mansker's Station was located due sou near present-day Goodlettsville, Tennessee near Nashville Tennessee. See More. Red River Meeting House. But e year 1800 exceeds all at my eyes ever beheld upon ear. All at I have related is only, as it were, an introduction. Al ough many souls in ese congregation, during e ree preceding years, have been savingly converted, and now give living evidences of eir union to Christ. yet all at work is only like a few drops before a mighty. 4. He preached at o er meeting houses:. Gasper River Meeting House. b. Mud River Meeting House. 5. e mainline Presbyterians rejected him. 6. Fall of 1800 – One young Presbyterian preacher 0 miles nor heard about his efforts and came to see what was being done. He was B.W. Stone. C. Barton ren Stone.. A little background.. 'Convinced at God was moving, McGready and his colleagues planned ano er camp meeting to be held in late y 1800 at Gasper River. ey had not anticipated what occurred. An enormous crowd - as many as 8,000 - began arriving at e appointed date, many from distances as great as 0 miles. e commission met on ember 3, 1805 at Gasper River Meeting House in Logan County, e site of e second revival held in Kentucky in y, 1800, and which has been referred to as e catalyst of e Great Revival movement in America. Reverend Howe was chosen as moderator of e commission. e purpose of e coiumission. Gasper River Meeting House. Red River Meeting House. Finis Ewing 1773-1841 Cumberland Presbyterian Minister. Ephraim McLean 1768 – 1813 Cumberland Presbyterian Minister. shall County, Kentucky Church Records Hosted at shall County USGenWeb Archives Project. Church Grove Me odist S.S. Class – 1934 photo. Muddy River Baptist Church, Russellville, Kentucky. 256 likes. Muddy River Baptist Church is located in Logan County KY between Russellville & Auburn on Hwy 68-80. A guest speaker and I made a short road trip to visit e old Red River Meeting House in Logan County, Kentucky (e picture at e top of is article shows what e place looks like today). In e year 1800, a Me odist preacher named James McGready began asking his ree small congregations scattered along e Gasper River to fast every. 23, · A guest speaker and I made a short road trip to visit e old Red River Meeting House in Logan County, Kentucky. In e year 1800, a Me odist preacher named James McGready began asking his . Minutes of e Gasper River Association, begun and held ust, 1814 . Published: (1814) Minutes of e six Gasper River Baptist Association, holden at Smi 's Grove Meeting-House, in ren County . 1817 Published: (1817). e Gasper River was site of e home church of Reverend James McGready, and religious revivals were held on its banks as early as 1797, constituting e first ever open-air tent revival or camp meeting.• location: Barren River. Logan County, Kentucky, was known as Rogues Harbor, because e majority of e people living ere were murderers, horse ieves, highway robbers, and counterfeiters. ey had fled to is area. 28, · A guest speaker and I made a short road trip to visit e old Red River Meeting House in Logan County, Kentucky. In e year 1800, a Me odist preacher named James McGready began asking his ree small congregations scattered along e Gasper River to fast every ird Saturday and pray for revival. And eir prayers were answered. In is setting, e GREAT REVIVAL of 1800, led by e Rev. James McGready, a Presbyterian minister, started at Red River Meeting House. In 1807 many members of e Gasper Presbyterian Church, including John Rankin, e minister, joined wi ree Shaker missionaries to form e Shaker settlement at Sou Union (twelve miles east of Russellville). is replica of e Red River Meeting House was built in 1994. e original, built between 1789–92, was e site of a major revival e 13–17, 1800 and kicked off e Second Great Awakening in rural Logan County, Ky. e fire would later spread nor to Bourbon County, Ky., and e larger Cane Ridge Revival. Logan School House Cemetery. Long Cemetery. Louie Cemetery. Lu er Epley Cemetery. Lyne Cemetery. M. Old Gasper River Church Cemetery. Old Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Old Red Oak Cemetery. Old Salem Cemetery. Red River Meeting House Cemetery. Redfearn Cemetery. Rev. Valentine Cook Gravesite. Riley - Mager Cemetery. A guest speaker and I made a short road trip to visit e old Red River Meeting House in Logan County, Kentucky. In e year 1800, a Me odist preacher named James McGready began asking his ree small congregations scattered along e Gasper River to fast every ird Saturday and pray for revival. Minutes of e six Gasper River Baptist Association, holden at Smi 's Grove Meeting-House, in ren County . 1817 Published: (1817) Minutes of e Salem Association held at Cox's Creek Meeting House, Nelson County, ober e first and second, 1802. Me ods Seasons, permits, and species have specific rules governing e type of firearm, bow, atlatl, and slingshot which be used to hunt. Review e information in ose areas before hunting. Fully automatic weapons are prohibited for all hunting. Firearm restrictions during deer firearms season During e ember and antlerless portions, o er wildlife be hunted only wi a shotgun. It's been 205 years since religious revival filled e Red River Meeting House and sparked e Second Great Awakening. 13 S. 3rd St., Louisville, KY 40208 (502) 635-5083. e Filson is temporarily closed to e public to protect our staff, volunteers, and patrons during e coronavirus pandemic. Kentucky (Logan County), Sou Union — 170 — Gasper River Meeting House — One of ree churches of Rev. James McGready, a Presbyterian minister, in Logan County-Gasper River, Muddy River, and Red River-around which e great frontier revival of 1797 to 1805 began. e Gasper River is a 25-mile (40 km) river in sou western Kentucky, USA.It flows into nor easternly into e Barren River.It begins in nor east Logan County.It is a rural river, e only town near it is Hadley, Kentucky in ren County.Tributaries include e Belcher, Salt Lick, Brush, Clear Fork, Westbrook, and Rock House creeks. 12, · is phase of e Second Great Awakening began among Presbyterians in e late 1790s. It was initiated in 1797 by a Presbyterian preacher by e name of James McGready who had moved to his ree-point charge (Muddy River, Red River and Gasper River) in Logan County, Kentucky e previous year. 13, · About Us. History. Mission. Board and Staff. Career, Internship, and Volunteer Opportunities. Collections. Researching and Tools. Ask e Filson! Donate Your Treasures. Heartened by e results of is meeting, ano er was planned at Magready’s Gasper River Church. is was e first planned campmeeting. Volunteers arrived days early to cut away trees and undergrow around e meeting house. is was to make room for e people and e wagons at were expected. ey did not anticipate what occurred. Minutes of e six Gasper River Baptist Association, holden at Smi 's Grove Meeting-House, in ren County . 1817 Published: (1817) Similar Items. EPA Conducting Remedial Action for Residential Soils. OVERVIEW OF RESIDENTIAL SOIL CLEANUPS. Sou east Missouri Superfund NPL Lead Sites Map - click to enlarge e U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is remediating (cleaning up) lead-contaminated soil in residential yards wi in e Big River Mine Tailings (BRMT) National Priorities List (NPL) Superfund Site in St. Francois County, Mo. A minute of Bush River Mon ly Meeting, 1806,6,28, states at e Yearly Meeting advises e Trustees, James Brooks, Samuel Brown, Isaac Kirk and John O'Neal, to sell or lease Bush River meeting house and lot, Rocky Spring meeting house and lot, and a meeting house lot at Camden.. Get is from a library! Minutes of e six Gasper River Baptist Association, holden at Smi 's Grove Meeting-House, in ren County . 1817.. [Gasper River Baptist Association.]. 29, · A series of meetings was organized in e by Presbyterian minister James McGready, and many Presbyterian and Me odists ministers took part. Because many o er congregations located along Muddy River and Gasper River planned to attend, it was ided e meeting would be held outside near e Red River Meeting House. people and provisions 2 at e Gasper River ga ering and at many provided for encamping at e meeting house 3 while o ers slept outside at e Muddy River sacramental meeting. is seems to have been e first planned camp meeting, to be followed by an increasing number of such events in e mon s and years following. People came from. e Synod was not prepared to act on e case, and yet e offenses were so grave at ey could not afford to wait ano er year. ey fell upon e expedient of appointing a commission, wi full synodical powers, to meet e following ember, at Gasper River meeting-house. e commission assembled according to direction. It is at time once again where ose interested in e Red River Meeting House, cemetery and grounds come toge er to discuss business and reminisce about . He became e pastor of ree churches simultaneously in Logan County – e Red River meeting house, one at Muddy River, near Russellville, e o er by Gasper River. e entire membership of e ree churches consisted of less an a hundred people, wi two or ree dozen in each of ese small meeting houses. Finding aid and scan (Click on additional files below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 700. Minutes of e 18 annual meeting of e Gasper River Bible Society of e Baptist Church, held at Salem meeting house, Butler County, Kentucky in ust 1856. (Insert: Jasper Seybold of Chester Co PA ried 15-1 O.S. 1748/9 at London Grove Meeting House PA auspices New Garden Mon ly Meeting PA, Rebekah CLENDENNEN, dhter of Robert Clendennen of same Co and State). Jasper and Rebekah and family assigned to So. Fork Preparatory Meeting VA. Children: James b 4-3-1750 (OS). A Baptist Meeting-House e Staircase to e Old Fai. 02.11. by denyk. A Baptist Meeting-House e Staircase to e Old Fai.