Louis Bauman - Biography - Later Ministry

Later Ministry

After serving at Long Beach, Bauman went on to be pastor at the First Brethren Church of Washington, D.C. until his death in 1950. Up until his death he remained a prolific writer and dominant voice in the developing Grace Brethren movement. He was buried on what would have been his 75th birthday in the Germantown Cemetery, the Brethren "Mother Congregation" church cemetery located in Germantown, Pennsylvania. Many prominent Brethren, including founder Alexander Mack, are buried at this cemetery.

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