Zion United Church of Christ (Falls City, Neb.) [RG3245.AM]


RG3245.AM:  Zion United Church of Christ (Falls City, Neb.)

Records:  1886-1976

Falls City, Richardson County, Neb.:  United Church of Christ

Size:  1 reel of microfilm


The Zion Evangelical Church, near Falls City, Nebraska, was formed in 1886 by a group of German immigrants who had settled in Richardson County after the Civil War. For many years German was the language of worship but it was gradually replaced by English in the early decades of this century. The Congregational Christian churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church merged in 1961. This congregation joined the new national body, the United Church of Christ, and assumed the title of Zion United Church of Christ.


This collection of the records of the Zion United Church of Christ of Falls City, Nebraska, consists of one reel of microfilm containing two volumes dating from 1886-1976. Each of the two registers contains lists of pastors, baptisms, confirmations, communions, marriages, burials, and annals of the congregation. The first volume, covering the years 1886-1926, is in German; the second volume, 1926-1976, is in English.


Reel 1


    1. 1886-1926

    1. 1926-1976



Evangelical and Reformed Churches in Nebraska

Falls City (Neb.) — Churches

Germans in Nebraska

Richardson County (Neb.) — Churches

United Church of Christ in Nebraska

Zion Evangelical Church (Falls City, Neb.)

Zion United Church of Christ (Falls City, Neb.)


Revised 07-01-2009   TMM

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