by / on September 28, 2010 at 4:44 pm / in The Protestant Missions

Japan changes to the Gregorgian Calendar in 1873!

The second Japanese church was organised in Tokyo, September 20, 1873, by the American Presbyterian Mission. It had the same doctrinal and ecclesiastical basis as the one organised the year before by the Reformed missionaries, and from the latter church came seven of the eight members. Ogawa Yoshiyasu, who afterwards became a prominent minister, was the first elder. It was […]

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