Peggy, I found the program.Here is what it says: 1779 Cedar Creek (Springs) Church was organized by Irish immigrant Dr. Thomas Clark. 1786 Dr. Clark was sent by Synod as pastor of Little Run (River), Long Cane and Cedar Creek 1790 Name of church changed from Cedar Creek to Cedar Springs 1791 (Dec. 26) Death of Dr. Thomas Clark.Dr. Clark ws the first pastor and first person buried in Cedar Springs churchyard. 1791 Present church site replaced original log church which was located two miles southeast of present church 1797 Rev. Alexander Porter became pastor of Cedar Springs and Long Cane.Report to Synod showed 260 familes and 520 communicants which tradition says reached 760. 1798 (July 25) Mary Black sold for five pounds sterling, 5 acres "for the use of Cedar Springs congregation" from a tract of 150 acres granted to James Rainey in 1760 1801 First addition was made to wooden building erected on present site.Funds for this improvement were raised by assessment of $5.80 on each seat. 1803 (Sept. 15) Cedar Springs, Long Cane charge dissolved.Rev. A. Porter became pastor of Cedar Springs 1817 Rev. John T. Pressley installed as pastor of Cedar Springs 1825 Cedar Springs and long Cane congregations reunited because of weakness produced as result of immigration to west and southwest. 1837 Rev. W. R. Hemphill ordained at Cedar Springs 1850 Dr. Sloan established the first Sabbath School at Cedar Springs, Nov. 24. 1852 Erection of present brick structure.J. W. Frazier did brick work and Dr. George Pressly contracted for carpentry 1881 Cedar Springs and Long Cane voted to build church at Troy. 1885 First Ladies Missionary Society organized NOv. 20 1887 Church erected in Bradley.