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Over the years, congregations in Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1906),; Paterson, New Jersey (1907); and Kalamazoo, Michigan (1909) would join the small denomination.
 
Over the years, congregations in Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1906),; Paterson, New Jersey (1907); and Kalamazoo, Michigan (1909) would join the small denomination.
   
The Grand Rapids church began its own Christian school in 1908. The school moved to its current Plymouth Ave. NE location in 1955.
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The Grand Rapids church began its own Christian school in 1908. The school moved to its current Plymouth Ave. NW location in 1955.
   
 
West of the Grand River was another congregation with similar beliefs, the [[Covell Avenue Netherlands Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan|Turner Avenue]] church. It had organized for worship in 1876 and as a congregation in 1887. At a joint meeting of the consistories of both Grand Rapids congregations on January 3, 1918, the Turner Ave. church joined the Netherlands Reformed denomination.
 
West of the Grand River was another congregation with similar beliefs, the [[Covell Avenue Netherlands Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan|Turner Avenue]] church. It had organized for worship in 1876 and as a congregation in 1887. At a joint meeting of the consistories of both Grand Rapids congregations on January 3, 1918, the Turner Ave. church joined the Netherlands Reformed denomination.

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