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Christ Community Church of Peoria, Illinois. Records, 1871-1994.

Identifier: W94-1188
Abstract The records of the German Reformed Church/Christ Community Church of Peoria, Illinois, include the original cornerstone box and its contents from 1904, records of the consistory, elders meetings, Ladies Aid, Sunday School, Euodia Club, Fidelis Club, Womens Guild, Mission Band, Young Peoples Club, among others. It covers the time period from 1871, at the start of the church, to 1994, which marks the end. Several documents from the earlier years are in German and/or Dutch. Pastors include...
Dates: 1871 - 1994

First Reformed Church of Holland, Michigan. Records, 1867-1990.

Identifier: W93-1063
Abstract The First Reformed Church had its beginning in 1847 when Dr. Albertus C. Van Raalte came to Holland to avoid persecution in the Netherlands. Regular services began in a log church, where Pilgrim Home Cemetery is today. The group of believers was organized as a congregation of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) in 1850 and, in 1856, the congregation moved into its newly-built Pillar Church at Ninth and College.On February 27, 1882, the majority of the congregation voted to...
Dates: 1867 - 1990

Permanent Committee on History and Research. Records, 1725-1975.

Identifier: W88-1246.50
Abstract Microfilm of records held at New Brunswick Theological Seminary and deposited at the Western Theological Seminary for preservation and access to records from the Reformed Church in America (RCA). The collection contains microfilm, which include pre-Revolutionary documents, original correspondence of missionaries to China, India, Arabia, Japan, particular synod and classical minutes, and records of local churches. Specific documents include: Complaints against Frelinghuysen, 1725; Coetus...
Dates: 1725 - 1975

van der Ploeg, Herman (1862-1953). Papers, 1849-1927.

Identifier: W94-1181.50
Abstract Herman van der Ploeg was born in Zyldijk, province of Groningen, the Netherlands, on November 19, 1862. After immigrating to America, he attended Hope College and graduated with the class of 1892. He then attended Western Theological Seminary (WTS) and graduated with the class of 1895. He was licensed by Classis of Holland in 1895 and ordained by the Classis of Grand River that same year. He served as a minister in the Reformed Church in America (RCA) for congregations at New Era,...
Dates: 1849 - 1927

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