Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract First Congregational Church, Fulton, New York, was founded in 1881. The church was formerly both First Congregational Church of Oswego Falls and First Congregational Church of Volney. They were a member of the UCC until they closed, circa 2004. This collection contains records which document the history and life of First Congregational Church, Fulton, New York. Included in this collection are records of births, deaths, baptisms, marriages and confirmations; records which document church...
Abstract The First Congregational Church of Jamestown first gathered in 1816. They would join the Presbyterian Church from 1818 until 1835. From then on, they were members of Congregationalist Church and also became a member of the UCC. Starting September 1, 2015 the church no longer gathered in its original location, instead holding joint services alongside Pilgrim Memorial UCC, also located in Jamestown. This collection contains numerous records from the First Congregational Church of Jamestown. This...
Abstract Richard H. Taylor was born on October 6, 1943 in Paterson, New Jersey and has served as a pastor of the United Church of Christ at five different congregations from 1968 to 2006. Documents include pastoral and organizational records, correspondences, research materials, writings, and sermons.