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United Church of Christ. Southern Conference--History.

 Organization

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Church History Individual Church Files-Virginia

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH003
Abstract This is a collection of materials that relate to a specific Christian Church, Congregational Church, Congregational Christian Church, or United Church of Christ (UCC) church located in Virginia. Documents within each folder contain a variety of items, such as newspaper clippings, correspondences, historical essays, programs, member lists, and other types of printed materials. The specific date range of this collection is unknown, but the materials begin sometime during the 19th century and...
Dates: undated

Church History Newsletters

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH012
Abstract This collection includes newsletters related to the history of the United Church of Christ (UCC) and the denominations that merged together to form the UCC. The newsletters were produced by the United Church of Christ, as well as its commissions, conferences, conventions, associations, offices, societies, ministries, affiliated colleges and universities, and member churches. This collection also includes newsletters relating to the Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelical and...
Dates: undated

Church History Postcard Collection

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH006
Abstract This is a collection of postcards showing various people, events, places, and subjects related to the Belk Library Church History Special Collection (which includes information about the Christian Church, Congregational Church, Congregational Christian Church, and United Church of Christ). The majority of the postcards are from the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection is arranged numerically by the assigned postcard number and then alphabetically by given name (including all of the...
Dates: undated

Church History United Church of Christ Collection

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH015
Abstract This is a collection of materials related to the United Church of Christ (UCC). The materials in this collection date from 1954 to 2002. Items include minutes, reports, brochures, correspondence, resolutions, essays, agendas, budgets, guidelines, newsletters, questionnaires, memos, manuals, financial statements, articles, newspaper clippings, press releases, inventories, sermons, speeches, programs, statements, and by-laws. Folders are arranged by subject, type of document, and year.
Dates: 1954 - 2002

Donald P. Flick Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mss.Coll.028
Abstract Dr. Donald P. Flick compiled the contents of this collection during his research for a book on the history of the UCC churches and institutions of the Western North Carolina Association of the Southern Conference. This book, Churches Related, was co-authored by Dr. Flick and Dr. Thomas R. Hamilton and was published in 2008. The most common forms of material in this collection are survey questionnaires and photographs. Completed questionnaires in this collection returned by churches and...
Dates: 1955 - 2008

Southern Conference Archives Collection

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH010
Abstract This is a collection of materials related to the Southern Conference of the United Church of Christ. The materials in this collection date from 1940 to 2004. Items include correspondence, articles, press releases, financial documents, newsletters, publications, minutes, agendas, lists, schedules, reports, manuals, and policies. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject, type of document, and year.
Dates: 1940 - 2004

Southern Convention Collection.

 Collection
Identifier: EUCH020
Abstract This is a collection of documents related to or produced by the Southern Christian Convention and the agencies of the convention.
Dates: 1860s - 1980s

Wilmington 10 Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Mss.Coll.027
Abstract The Wilmington 10 were a group of nine black men and one white woman who were controversially convicted on charges of arson and conspiracy after a racially-motivated 1971 riot in Wilmington, North Carolina. The leader of the group, Benjamin Chavis, was then employed as a community organizer for the United Church of Christ's Commission for Racial Justice. During the trial and appeals process, the Wilmington 10 received significant financial and legal support from the UCC. Largely consisting of...
Dates: 1971 - 2013