Religion -- Arkansas
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Ledger and ledger pages containing business meeting minutes (1953-1960), membership and attendance lists (1951-1954), and financial records (1929-1966) of the Baldwin Church of Christ, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The papers contain correspondence to and from friends and preachers; diaries of church meetings, baptisms, and other events; sermon notes; records of northwest Arkansas churches; photographs of family, students, and northwest Arkansas subjects.
"Minutes of the Little Rock Association of Regular Baptists,: Held at Salem Church, Clark County, Arkansas Territory, on the first Saturday in November, 1825." Little Rock, William E. Woodruff, Printer.
One-page "Rules of decorum" followed by proceedings of monthly "conference" of the congregation, October 2, 1830 - July 1839. Record is incomplete, with pages wanting.
The Vernie L. Bartlett Papers contain correspondence from various family members, newspaper clippings, and over one hundred and fifty hand-written sermons. There are also photographs documenting life at the School of the Ozarks, Vernie Bartlett’s experiences in the Philippines and New Guinea during World War II, Bartlett family life, as well as images of rural religious life in Arkansas.
Session minutes of the Salem congregation, 1865-1905, Boonsboro, Washington County, Arkansas. 1 volume, published in Washington County Historical Society Bulletin Series.
Session minutes of the Cane Hill congregation, 1845-1860, 1866-1922, Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas.
2 volumes. Books 2 and 3, published in Washington County Historical Society Bulletin Series.
The collection consists of minute books of the Society and of the Women's Association (Vera Skinner Circle) of Cane Hill United Presbyterian Church, as well as of the financial records of the Society.
Minutes of the Arkansas synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Sermon preached by the Reverend Mr. Davies in January, 1884, summarizing the history of Fayetteville Presbyterian (U. S.) Church from its organization in 1873, together with other historical and biographical sketches pertaining to the history of the congregation and to the life and ministry of Davies, its pastor from 1874 until his retirement in 1902.
Materials include correspondence and other materials concerning Bishop Henry Niles Pierce, Bishop George Washington Freeman, Bishop Henry Champlin Lay, Bishop William Montgomery Brown, Bishop James Rideout Winchester, Bishop Edward Warren Saphore, Bishop Edward Thomas Demby, Bishop R. Bland Mitchell, Bishop Raymond Richard Brown, and Bishop Christoph Keller Jr.
This collection includes meeting minutes, annual "State of the Meeting" reports, attendance records, and other documentation concerning the Fayetteville Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.
Materials will be added to the collection as new materials are received, so researchers are encouraged to consult the collection for any additions.
Materials in this collection include church histories, congregational records (attendance, donations, meeting minutes), and legal documents.
The Forum Church of Christ records consist of three account books from 1920 to 1971. Account books 2 and 3 include names of church members. Account book 2 contains two statements concerning reorganization of the church; one on September 23, 1921, by Reverend Weatherman, and the other on January 14, 1934, by Reverend Dudgeon. A historical sketch of the Forum Church of Christ compiled by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1941 may be found in the Arkansas Historical Records Survey.
The collection consists of papers relating to the Frost and Boone families of Tennessee and Arkansas, particularly property and financial records. Also included are records pertaining to estates administered by Thomas Wright Frost, and records relating to the Regular Baptist Church of Washington County, Arkansas.
"History of the First United Methodist Church, Warren, Arkansas," by Hugh Mosely, Sr., 1981. Typescript history of the Warren Methodist Church from 1827-1981. Positive photocopy.