George Moyle

George Moyle (1803-1877) was a Strict and Particular Baptist preacher. He served a seventeen year pastorate of a church in London. In 1848, he was appointed pastor of the church meeting at Rye-Lane, Peckham, a position he held for thirty-five years.

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    A Pastoral Charge

    The Charge Delivered By Mr. G. Moyle, Baptist Minister, Of Rye Lane, Peckham, At The Ordination Of Mr. S. K. Bland, Of Cheshunt.  In the afternoon, Mr. Joseph Hamblin, late of Foot’s Cray, read a portion of scripture, and offered up sincere and earnest prayer for the pastor and people now united.  Mr. George Moyle, of Peckham, delivered The Charge, from 2 Timothy 2:24,25: “And the servant of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient. In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth." These words were written by an inspired apostle, and must not therefore be considered as the words of man, but as they…

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    The Life And Ministry Of George Moyle

    The Late Mr. George Moyle, Of Rye-Lane, Peckham On the morning of Tuesday, September 25, 1877, George Moyle passed away from this wilderness to his inheritance above. He had been sustained in honour and integrity, and in much affection, in this world for seventy-four years. He was permitted to preside over the Church as its pastor at Rye-lane for a period that few now have the pleasure of reaching. It was on Tuesday, May 9, 1848, that he was publicly recognised at Rye-lane; so that for nearly thirty years he went in and out before the people, delivering his message to the joy and rejoicing of not a few. At that recognition service, William Felton gave the address on "The Nature of a Gospel Church;"…