Fenton United Methodist Church

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Fenton United Methodist Church

Fenton United Methodist Church is the oldest congregation in Fenton, Michigan. The group's church is located at 119 South Leroy Street.[1]

The hymn tune "Keddy" was composed by Edwin R. Taylor for the text, "O God, Your Hand is Guiding Us" (penned by long-time church member, Beulah Keddy), and was first sung on May 3, 1987, at the church's 150th anniversary.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The 104th Anniversary, Fenton United Methodist Church, Fenton, Michigan, 1837-1977 Reviews
  2. ^ McKim, L.J.H. (1993). The Presbyterian Hymnal Companion. Westminster/John Knox Press. p. 164. ISBN 9780664251802. Retrieved 2015-09-12. 

Further reading[edit]

  • The 104th Anniversary, Fenton United Methodist Church, Fenton, Michigan, 1837–1977 The Church, 1977 - Methodist Church in Michigan - 19 pages
  • Lake Fenton United Methodist Church published by Lake Fenton United Methodist Church, 1984 - Fenton (Mich.) - 100 pages

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Coordinates: 42°47′45″N 83°42′15″W / 42.79593°N 83.70425°W / 42.79593; -83.70425