I grew up in West Virginia, in Raleigh County. We were back there last weekend for a visit with some relatives. I hadn't been there for a while, only once or twice in the last 15 years. There used to be a lot of small Old Regular Baptist congregations that dotted the rural areas all though that part of the state. They were usually small wood or cinder block buildings, very neat, some with brush arbors next to them. I noticed, on a drive through Wyoming and Mingo County on Saturday that many of these little churches now appear abandoned. When I was young, it seemed that many of the people who made up some of these congregations were fairly well along in years, and they didn't seem to have a lot of younger people. I'm guessing that many of them have died off by now. Does someone here know the status of the Old Regular Baptists, as to how many of them are left? They seem to be a rather unique segment of the Baptist community, and there might be some history to tell there at some point.