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|B. M. Nottage, 1952|
May is the month of Mother's Day. Our bulletin board this month includes one mother's story, a woman who, like Monica, the mother of Augustine, was the means of blessing to many.
By 1909, in search of work, the three brothers had all moved to Harlem in New York City in the United States. All three eventually became full-time ministers and founded numerous congregations of Plymouth Brethren Assemblies in New York City, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Terre Haute, Muskegon, Birmingham, and Cleveland.
The Nottage brothers had an almost legendary impact, both within the Plymouth Brethren Assemblies and outside. On this page are some oral history reminiscences from the Archives about the ministry and mentoring of the youngest brother, B. M. (1889-1966) The quote at the top of the page comes from the interview, excerpted below, with B. Sam Hart. After many years as a traveling evangelist and church planter, B. M. Nottage moved to Detroit and founded the Bethany Tabernacle, which was the base for his ministry and radio work for the rest of his life. His preaching and in-depth Bible teaching were powerful influences on the nurturing of thousands in the Christian faith.
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