Sabbath

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The UPNA members in the States and on their fields of mission used the term Sabbath for Sunday, continuing a cultural linguistic choice from the 1600s which crossed the Atlantic with the emigrating Scots-Irish Presbyterians in the following two centuries. The term gradually fell out of use for Presbyterians, and was no longer the norm in the States or at Schutz in the years after World War II.