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Ryder Memorial Presbyterian Church

Houses of God | Bluff City, Tenn.

Issue: "Reaping a whirlwind," Aug. 24, 2013

Children attend Vacation Bible School at Ryder Memorial Presbyterian Church in Bluff City, Tenn. The church, which is part of the Bible Presbyterian Church, was founded in 1934. It is named after Edna Jeanetta Ryder, a New Jersey teenager who died at age 18 and had wanted to be a missionary. Ryder’s mother donated the money for the church building.

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