Primitive Baptist Associations collection - Virginia - Ketockton Primitive Baptist Association

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Last Updated: 2021-09-02

The Ketockton Primitive Baptist Association was formed in August of 1766, accepting its articles of faith and holding its first session at what was then Ketocton Church in Loudoun County, Virginia. At that time the association was comprised of four churches including Ketocton Church, Mill Creek in Berkley County, Virginia, Smith’s Creek in Shenandoah County, Virginia, and Broad Run in Fauquier County, Virginia, all of which had previously been a part of the Philadelphia Association. The association grew to include churches from the Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. regions and frequently corresponded with churches in North Carolina and Georgia. Through the years, and with new church formations and growth, churches moved in and out of the association. Early on, the Ketockton Primitive Baptist Association was known as the Ketockton Baptist Association and later addressed themselves as the Ketocton Association of Primitive Baptists, the Ketocton Old School Baptists, or Ketocton Primitive or Old School Baptists. The Ketockton Primitive Baptist Association at one point noted itself to be the second oldest Primitive Baptist association.

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