Parson Clapp of the Strangers" Church of New Orleans

by Clapp, Theodore

Publisher: Louisiana State University Press in Baton Rouge

Written in English
Published: Pages: 191 Downloads: 554
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  • New Orleans (La.)

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  • New Orleans (La.) -- History.

Edition Notes

Statementedited by John Duffy.
SeriesLouisiana State University studies., no. 7
ContributionsDuffy, John, 1915- ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF379.N5 C584
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 191 p.
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6223792M
LC Control Number57009481
OCLC/WorldCa669673

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John Duffy, Louisiana State University Studies, Social Science Series No. 7 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, ). Even during Parson Clapp’s ministry, when so many non-members attended services that the church’s nickname was The Strangers Church, the actual official membership has been rather small.

With the exception of a short post-World War II period of the Baby Boom, the church has never had a large bustling membership. Parson Clapp of the Strangers' Church of New Orleans by John Duffy Parson Clapp of the Strangers' Church of New Orleans by John Duffy (pp.

) Review by: Walter B. Posey. Library ID (No Spaces!) or EZ Username Phone (Last four digits) or EZ Password. Remember Me (lasts for 2 weeks, or until you log out). The new congregation called itself Church of the Messiah, but was still popularly known as "Parson Clapp's church" or "Church of the Stranger." Ina delegation from the Unitarian Society of Boston came to New Orleans to explore the possibility of starting a Unitarian church in the city.

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See you at church. Clapp wrote a memoir, Autobiographical Sketches and Recollections, during a thirty-five years' residence in New Orleans (), which was republished as Parson Clapp of the Strangers' Church of New Orleans (), edited and given a biographical introduction by John Duffy.

Parson Clapp of the Strangers' Church of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, La., Sketch of Clapp's life, pp. ; partial reprint of Clapp's autobiography, pp. l book. The new congregation called itself First Congregational Church of New Orleans, but was still popularly known as “Parson Clapp’s church” or “the Strangers’ Church.” Clapp’s Universalist message continued to attract local and out-of-town visitors, and generated entertaining controversies with other local clergy in the newspapers.

Clapp and his experiences in the city of New Orleans,read the book "Autobiographical Sketches and Recollections During a Thirty-Five Years' Residence in New Orleans" by Theodore Clapp; available at most booksellers.

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Clapp’s church became the First Congregational Society, (also known as the Stranger’s Church), and I’m proud to say that my husband was a successor of Parson Clapp more than a hundred years later, when he served what is now the First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans.

To be in New Orleans is to have a joyful experience on all. The Agreement (Apr. 15, ) between M.P. Möller and Church of the Strangers states Möller would build a new organ for the sum of $5, Möller indicated the organ would be complete and ready for use on or before September 1,or as soon after as possible.

This organ may have been moved to the new church building in The book was originally written as a somewhat autobiographical novel, entitled McKelvey Place, which was never published.

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One day I read a pamphlet by my friend and fellow Unitarian on the evils of slavery. delivered by Dr. Hunt in the Strangers Unitarian Church thanks to the kindness of Parson Theodore Clapp. Classes were taught in a variety of locations including Charity Hospital which predates the founding of the school by almost one hundred years.

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