A stop on the church tour


Rev. Jonathan Richmond and his wife Diana Richmond, both of Sidney, display a historical pamphlet during a tour of First Regular Baptist Church in Pemberton on Sunday, Oct. 20. The church was built in 1874. First Regular Baptist Church was one of the churches that took part in a church tour organized by the Shelby County Bicentennial Committee.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Rev. Jonathan Richmond and his wife Diana Richmond, both of Sidney, display a historical pamphlet during a tour of First Regular Baptist Church in Pemberton on Sunday, Oct. 20. The church was built in 1874. First Regular Baptist Church was one of the churches that took part in a church tour organized by the Shelby County Bicentennial Committee.

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Rev. Jonathan Richmond and his wife Diana Richmond, both of Sidney, display a historical pamphlet during a tour of First Regular Baptist Church in Pemberton on Sunday, Oct. 20. The church was built in 1874. First Regular Baptist Church was one of the churches that took part in a church tour organized by the Shelby County Bicentennial Committee.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_SDN102210ChurchTour.jpgRev. Jonathan Richmond and his wife Diana Richmond, both of Sidney, display a historical pamphlet during a tour of First Regular Baptist Church in Pemberton on Sunday, Oct. 20. The church was built in 1874. First Regular Baptist Church was one of the churches that took part in a church tour organized by the Shelby County Bicentennial Committee. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News