Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works dealing with instruction in the Christian religion in schools and private life. Works on the relation of the church to education in general, and works on the history of the part that the church has taken in secular education are entered under [Church and education.]
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Dates: 1815-1900, 1921
Abstract The Congregational Foundation for Education was established in 1921 by the National Council of Congregational Churches. The program was created to help facilitate the relationships between the various churches in the Chicago area. The group worked to make resources and education available across all churches. In 1927 the foundation merged with the Congregational Education Society but maintained the same name after the merger so that the organization could receive any bequests made prior to the...
Abstract The church started as White Street Congregational Church in 1881, but did not officially start until 1888. The collection includes topics on church records; pastor files; church groups; historical material; and photographs.