January 1740.

Killinghall became pastor of the congregation at Beccles, Suffolk, England, October 13, 1697. Through some indiscretion in conduct, he retired from the ministry for a time. Then, around 1702, he became pastor of the Congregational Church Southwark, then meeting in Deadman’s Place (the Church of the Pilgrim Fathers).

  1. In All My Troubles, Sharp and Long
  2. In Every Trying Hour