Baker Memorial Church

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Baker Memorial Church in Concord, New Hampshire, United States, was organized on October 30, 1874, by Presiding Elder Theodore L. Flood, in response to a request from 100 members of the First Church, who believed the best interests of a growing Methodism could be served best with two societies instead of one.

The church was named in honor of Bishop Osmon C. Baker, a native of New Hampshire and a member of the New Hampshire Annual Conference.[1]