Detroit Congregational Union. Records, 1904-1937.
According to the 1902 Constitution and By-Laws, the purpose of the Union was:
"To aid in the organization and support of Congregational churches and Sunday schools in the city of Detroit, both by furnishing buildings for such churches and schools and means for defraying the expenses of conducting the same; also to encourage among the members of our churches a more friendly and intimate acquaintance and promote their spiritual intellectual culture.
"The membership of the Union shall consist of delegates from each Congregational church in the city of Detroit."
Scope of Collection
Contains 5 folders of the organization's meetings, financial records. Some ledgers make mention of the Congregational Association of Detroit on its title page.
Detailed Description and Container List
|Minutes||1924-1937 (unbound, in 2 folders)|