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Omuta Baptist Church, Fukuoka Japan circa 1920.  Omuta was a mission outpost between Fukuoka and Kumamoto that was opened in 1912. The longest serving pastors at the church during pre-war years were Masaji Kuroda and Ryoken Fujinuma. The church had seminary professors from Seinan Gakuin making trips from Fukuoka City to preach there on Sundays.

mhomma — Last modified Sep 08 2020 6:46 p.m.


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