African Americans --Religion
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: RG 0032
Scope and Contents The Antioch Baptist Church collection documents the activities of The Antioch Baptist Church from 1925 - 1968.. This collection contains newsletters and programs that detail church related activities and services. Significant gaps exist for newsletter with most of the newsletters from 1946-1949. Select folders may contain separation sheets indicating that items were removed from the collection due to their condition and rehoused. Church programs cover the Annual Women’s a Day and Men’s Day...
Dates: 1925 - 2006; Majority of material found within 1934 - 1950
Identifier: RG 0028
Content Description The Jordan Grove Missionary Baptist Church Collection documents the activities of the church from 1937 to 2014, with most materials from the pastorship of Danny Davis. This collection contains the church history, annual reports, insurance statements, financial receipts, invoices and some financial correspondence. Also includes weekly bulletins, worships programs, event programs, the church newsletters, news clippings, photographs, ephemera and yearbook.
Identifier: RG 0057
Scope and Contents The Pan African Orthodox Christian Church, described in its literature as "apocalyptic, apostolic, Pentecostal and messianic," is part of a long tradition of separation and nationalism in African American History. Documents in this collection show the church combines religion, psychology, history, and political theory into a cosmology designed to motivate members to an intensive collective effort to change their lives as well as the structure of their community. Photographs, 26 in total,...