October 29, 2022

Zion United Church of Christ (Gering, Neb.) [RG3220.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3220.AM:  Zion United Church of Christ (Gering, Neb.)



Records:  1937-1971

Gering, Scotts Bluff County, Neb.:  United Church of Christ

Size:  1 reel of microfilm



HISTORICAL NOTE



The first building of the Zion United Church of Christ in Gering, Nebraska, was constructed in 1886. This was the first church building in the community. The present congregation was organized in 1931 under the name of Evangelical Zion Lutheran Church. In 1946 the existing edifice was completed.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of three volumes of records of the Zion United Church of Christ, Gering, Nebraska, on one reel of microfilm. These records relate to church activities, 1937-1971. Included are records of pastors, baptisms, members, officers, financial affairs, and minutes of annual and consistory meetings.



This material was loaned for microfilming in May of 1971 by the Zion United Church of Christ, Gering, Nebraska.



DESCRIPTION



Reel 1

Volume




    1. Church Register, 1937-1971

    1. Minutes of Annual Meetings, 1960-1969

    1. Minutes of Consistory Meetings, 1967-1971



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Gering (Neb.) — Churches

Scotts Bluff County (Neb.) — Churches

United Church of Christ in Nebraska

Zion United Church of Christ (Gering, Neb.)



 



Revised 07-20-2009   TMM

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