Faith United Church of Christ (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG4040.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG4040.AM:  Faith United Church of Christ (Lincoln, Neb.)



Records:  1967-1981

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.

Size: 6 items on 1 reel of microfilm



BACKGROUND NOTE



Faith United Church of Christ was organized by the merger of the German Evangelical Congregational Salem Church and the Evangelical St. John’s Church.  The older congregations, formed in 1901 and 1917 respectively, had been founded by newly arrived Germans from Russia in the “North Bottoms” area of Lincoln.  Declining memberships resulted in a merger vote on December 12, 1966, and the official incorporation the following February.  Faith Church is located in the building formerly occupied by the Salem Church.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The records of Faith United Church of Christ, consisting of six items on one reel of microfilm, are arranged in two series:  1) Record Book, 1967-1981; and 2) Papers relating to the Anniversary Celebration, September 20, 1981.  The first series consists of one volume containing lists of members, officers, baptisms, marriages, and confirmations.  The second series contains the order of worship, sermons, and a booklet published on the occasion of the anniversary celebration on September 20, 1981.



Note:  These are records are found on reel 2 of the collection.  Reel 1 contains records of the predecessor congregations.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Record Book, 1967-1981



Reel 2

Volume 1 – Record Book, 1967-1981



Series 2 – Papers relating to the Anniversary Celebration, September 20, 1981



Item




    1. Anniversary booklet

    1. Order of Worship (morning services)

    1. Order of Worship (afternoon services)

    1. Sermon, “Between Memory and Hope” by Dr. David J. Jamieson

    1. Sermon, “Surrounded by A Great Cloud of Witnesses” by Rev. Stephen C. Evans



 



Subject headings:



Congregational Church in Nebraska

Faith United Church of Christ (Lincoln, Neb.)

Germans from Russia in Nebraska



 



APD/jg     11-25-1981

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