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Barnstable, Mass. Unitarian Church records, 1717-1930.

 Collection
Identifier: RG1327
Abstract The East Parish Church in Barnstable was officially gathered in 1723 after the town of Barnstable was split into East and West Parishes in 1717. In 1836 the original meeting house was replaced by a new structure. This meeting house was destroyed by fire in 1905; construction on the third and final meeting house was completed in 1907. During the nineteenth-century the church joined the Unitarian movement and became the Barnstable Unitarian Church. The church continues to serve the local...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1717-1930; 1967

Barnstable, Mass. West Parish Church records, 1639-1853.

 Collection
Identifier: RG5285
Abstract The history of the West Parish Church in Barnstable, Massachusetts, dates back to 1616 with the formation of the non-conformist Southwick Church. In 1634 the leader of the church and many of its members traveled to Boston and in 1639 settled in the newly incorporated Barnstable where they formed the first church in Barnstable. In 1717 the town of Barnstable was split into a West and East Parish; the West Parish Church was the successor church to the earlier Barnstable church. Construction of...
Dates: 1639-1853

Bay State Congregational Women's Fellowship records, 1963-2001.

 Collection
Identifier: RG5325
Abstract

The Bay State Congregational Women's Fellowship was founded in 1963 with the objective of promoting fellowship and cooperation amongst the women of the Congregational Churches in Massachusetts. Its records document the history and activities of the organization including its constitution, bylaws and dissolution from 1963 to 2001.

Dates: 1963-2001

Belmont, Mass. First Congregational Church of Waverley records, 1861-1979. : [manuscript]

 Collection
Identifier: RG5050
Abstract

These are the remaining church records of the First Church of Waverley, Waverley being a sub-set of the town of Belmont. The most significant record is a ledger book of the Society, 1861-1885. The majority of the records date from the early 20th century, from a few of their auxiliary groups.

Dates: 1861-1979

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Church records and registers. 366
Church membership. 100
Associations, institutions, etc. 74
New England's Hidden Histories. 72
Baptismal records. 70
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Marriage records. 69
Church finance. 56
Necrologies. 39
Clergy -- Correspondence. 32
Church discipline. 30
Church history. 29
Diaries. 29
Pews and pew rights. 28
Women -- Societies and clubs. 27
Installation (clergy). 26
Sermons. 24
Sunday schools. 23
Sermons, American. 22
Clergy -- United States. 20
Correspondence. 20
Ordination. 19
Sermons, American -- Early works to 1800. 18
Church societies. 17
Covenants (Church polity). 17
Scrapbooks. 17
Home missions. 16
Registers of births, etc. 14
Church correspondence. 13
Creeds. 11
Photographs. 11
Charities. 10
Covenants (Church polity) -- Congregational churches. 10
Worship programs. 10
Church controversies. 9
Baptism. 8
Christian education. 8
Church newsletters. 8
Community organization. 8
Letters. 8
Religious institutions. 8
Women in church work. 7
Church architecture -- Designs and plans. 6
Church polity. 6
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.). 6
Corporate minutes. 6
Missionaries -- Correspondence. 6
Music in churches. 6
Obituaries. 6
Unitarian controversy. 6
Church bulletins. 5
Constitutions. 5
Excommunication. 5
Fraternal organizations. 5
Women -- Religious life. 5
Anniversaries. 4
Antislavery movements. 4
Baptism and church membership. 4
Christian education of children. 4
Church bells. 4
Church buildings. 4
Church statistics. 4
Clergy conferences. 4
Commonplace books. 4
Corporation reports -- Religious aspects. 4
Gay rights -- Religious aspects. 4
Genealogy. 4
Missions -- Africa. 4
Social surveys. 4
Speeches, addresses, etc., American. 4
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. 4
Vital statistics. 4
Wills. 4
Autobiography. 3
Biography. 3
Book collecting. 3
Christian stewardship. 3
Christian union. 3
Christianity and politics. 3
Church and state. 3
Church lands. 3
Church property. 3
City missions. 3
Clergy -- Finance, Personal. 3
Conference proceedings. 3
Education, Higher. 3
Education. 3
Funeral sermons. 3
Indians of North America -- Missions. 3
Lectures and lecturing. 3
Missionaries -- Turkey. 3
Missionaries -- United States. 3
Missionary stories. 3
Prayers. 3
Prohibition. 3
Theology -- Study and teaching. 3
Women clergy. 3
World War, 1939-1945 -- Religious aspects. 3
Account books. 2
Armenians -- Turkey -- History -- Sources. 2
Bible -- Copies, Curious. 2
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Language
English 1037
German 2
Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
Latin 1
Spanish; Castilian 1
 
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American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 56
Chicago (Ill.) 15
Chicago Theological Seminary 14
Ecclesiastical Council. 12
American Home Missionary Society 9
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United Church Board for World Ministries. 7
Andover Theological Seminary 6
Christian Church (Denomination) 6
Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890 6
National Council of Congregational Churches of the United States 6
Old South Church (Boston, Mass.) 6
United Church Board for World Missionaries. 5
American Missionary Association. 4
Andover Newton Theological School 4
Brockton (Mass.) 4
Codman, John, 1782-1847 4
Congregational Library (Boston, Mass.) 4
Massachusetts Congregational Christian Conference. 4
National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (U.S.) 4
Park , Edwards Amasa 4
Park Street Church (Boston, Mass.) 4
United Church of Christ 4
Beecher, Edward 3
Bethany Congregational Church (Montpelier, Vt.) 3
Boston Seaman's Friend Society. 3
Cambridge (Mass.) 3
Clarke, Jonas Bowen. 3
Congregational Christian Historical Society 3
Congregational Churches. 3
Edwards, Jonathan, 1703-1758 3
Evangelical and Reformed Church 3
Fagley, Frederick Louis, 1879-1958 3
First Church (Ipswich, Mass.) 3
General Association of Illinois 3
General Conference of the German Evangelical Congregational Churches of North America. 3
German Congregational Church. 3
Minister's Club (Boston, Mass.) 3
Missionary Society of Connecticut 3
North Bridgewater (Mass.) 3
Pilgrim Memorial Church (Pittsfield, Mass.) 3
South Church (Salem, Mass.) 3
Taylor, Richard H. (Richard Henry) 3
Tenney, Samuel 3
United Church of Christ Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns 3
United Church of Christ. Massachusetts Conference 3
Wood, Robert Watson 3
Abington (Mass.) 2
Albro, John A. (John Adams), 1799-1866 2
Allin, John 2
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Japan Mission 2
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee. 2
American Congregational Union. 2
American Education Society. 2
American Tract Society 2
Anderson, Rufus 2
Arlington (Mass.) 2
Barnard, John 2
Barnstable (Mass.) 2
Barton, William Eleazar 2
Bascom, Flavel, 1804-1890 2
Baxter, Joseph, 1676-1745 2
Beckwith, Kenneth D., 1896- 2
Beecher, Henry Ward 2
Berkeley Temple Congregational Church (Boston, Mass.) 2
Bethany Church (Montpelier, Vt.) 2
Broadway Tabernacle (New York, N.Y.) 2
Brooks, Phillips 2
Bushnell, Horace 2
Butman, Harry R. 2
Cherokee Association of Congregational Churches (Iowa) 2
Chicago Congregational Union. 2
Church in Brattle Square (Boston, Mass.) 2
Church of Christ at Concord (Concord, Mass.) 2
Clarendon Congregational Church (Hyde Park, Boston, Mass.) 2
Clark, Joseph S. (Joseph Sylvester) 2
Community Renewal Society (Chicago, Ill.) 2
Congregational Association of Detroit. 2
Congregational Christian Service Committee 2
Congregational Church (Sturbridge, Mass.) 2
Congregational Conference of Ohio. 2
Congregational Home Missionary Society 2
Congregational Publishing Society 2
Conrad, Arcturus Z. (Arcturus Zodiac) 2
Dartmouth College 2
Doane, Carla Strong 2
Doane, Edward Topping 2
Eliot, John 2
Emmons, Nathanael 2
Finney, Charles G. 2
First Church (Charlestown, Boston, Mass.) 2
First Church of Christ (Granville, Mass.) 2
First Congregational Church (Brimfield, Mass.) 2
First Congregational Church (Newton, Mass.) 2
First Congregational Church (Rockport, Mass.) 2
First Congregational Church and Society (Taunton, Mass.) 2
First Congregational Church of Monee (Monee, Ill.) 2
Foster, Lemuel 2
General Council of the Congregational Christian Churches. 2
German Evangelical Synod of North America. 2
Hancock, Nathaniel 2
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