Federated Church Readies Historic Mayhew Parsonage for Sale
After 65 years as a home for ministers from the Federated Church of Martha’s Vineyard, the Mayhew Parsonage on Edgartown Harbor is expected to pass into new hands within the next few months.
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Federated Church Members Agree to Sell Mayhew Parsonage
Members of the Federated Church in Edgartown voted Sunday to sell the Mayhew Parsonage on South Water street, capping a long planning process that began more than two years ago.
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Peter Boak Celebrates 25 Years With Federated Church
At its Oct. 31 service, the Edgartown Federated Church celebrated Peter Boak, its minister of music for 25 years.
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Bell-Ringing Honors Covid Dead
The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury and the Federated Church in Edgartown were among houses of worship ringing their bells in honor of those who have died of Covid-19.
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Federated Church Proposes to Sell Parsonage; Minister Will Leave
Louisa Hufstader
The Federated Church of Martha’s Vineyard is proposing to put its 200-year-old Edgartown parsonage on the market, while simultaneously losing the settled minister.
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Rev. John Schule Was Longtime Pastor of Federated Church
Bill Eville
Rev. Dr. John David Schule died at home, surrounded by family on March 12 after a long battle with lymphoma. He was 89.
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Federated Church Prevails in Intricate Case Over Parsonage
Julia Wells

The Federated Church in Edgartown won a legal victory this week in a knotty case over its ownership of the South Water street parsonage that was willed to the church more than 60 years ago.

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New Minister at Edgartown Federated Church
The Edgartown Federated Church has called a new minister who will preach his first service on Sunday, Nov. 3.
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Federated Church Service
Sunday, Sept. 1, will be the last Sunday for summer hours at the Federated Church in Edgartown.
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Federated Church Hosts Julie Fay
Julie Fay, executive director of Martha's Vineyard Community Services, will speak on Sunday, July 28, following the 9:30 church service at the Federated Church in Edgartown.
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