"We've got a whole room full of these ledgers," Morris said. "A vault-full, really."
There's a promotional certificate, presented to a fourth-grader in September 1931 on the Sunday he transitioned from one grade level to another.
There's also a copy of a receipt for $1,850 in reparations from the U.S. government the church received when Union forces occupied its building during the Civil War.
Prayer books dating back to 1790 and old Bibles are also part of the collection.
Morris and a committee at the church have been working on putting together the display for about six weeks, she said.
The church museum will be open Sunday after the morning church service, as well as Sunday night.
After this Sunday, the museum will open once every quarter and by appointment, Morris said.Reach Lori Kersey at lori.ker...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1240.