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A wedding at St. John Catholic Church & Crowne Plaza Union Station in Indianapolis, Indiana

Becca + Jake // www.jetkaiser.com A WEDDING STORY AT SAINT JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH & CROWNE PLAZA AT HISTORIC UNION STATION IN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Dani and I …
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Sydna Masse Keynote Banquet Speaker for Life Centers Crisis Pregnancy Center of Indianapolis Indiana

As a keynote speaker, Sydna Masse has been helping pregnancy centers, pro-life organizations and churches raise funds for their vital efforts since 1993. Syd…

Parish Registers 1919 – 1970, Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

Parish Registers 1919 – 1970, Trinity Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

These data were transcribed, compiled and completed in May, 1999. Data include communicants, baptisms, confirmations, burials, and marriages, family lists 1919 – 1970 . Originals obtained from the church office, then located at 3243 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Indiana. Soft back, 16,000 name index included. Cover (Illus.), Ttl.-1, Intro. (2 pps.), Contents, Ttl.-2, 1-314 pps. ISBN 0-9677768-8-0

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Scottish Rite Cathedral, Indianapolis, Indiana

Scottish Rite Cathedral, Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis churches
Image by Boston Public Library
File name: 06_10_013713
Title: Scottish Rite Cathedral, Indianapolis, Indiana
Date issued: 1930 – 1945 (approximate)
Physical description: 1 print (postcard) : linen texture, color ; 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in.
Genre: Postcards
Subject: Churches
Notes: Title from item.
Collection: The Tichnor Brothers Collection
Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department
Rights: No known restrictions

Parish Registers 1911 – 1954, St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

Parish Registers 1911 – 1954, St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, Indiana

These data were transcribed, compiled and completed in July, 1996. Data include communicants, baptisms, confirmations, burials, marriages, and non-communicants 1911-1954. These records were obtained from church archives, then located at 10 W. 61st St., Indianapolis, Indiana. Soft back, 8,000 name index included. Cover, Ttl.-1, Intro., Contents, Ttl.-2, 1-314 pps. ISBN 0-9677768-7-2

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1960s Vintage Postcard Broadway Methodist Church (Fall Creek Parkway at Broadway) – Indianapolis Indiana

1960s Vintage Postcard Broadway Methodist Church (Fall Creek Parkway at Broadway) – Indianapolis Indiana

Vintage postcard of the Broadway Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. The postcard dates to the 1960s. The card is in good condition with wear to the corners and edges. The card was never used or mailed.

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Abandoned City Methodist Church in Gary, Indiana – June 2011. Urban Exploration / UrbEx.

More pics on my Flickr: www.flickr.com This church was featured in an episode of the TV show Life After People. The city of Gary, Indiana was founded as a booming steel city as the twentieth century passed, and areas downtown saw the construction of several impressive buildings during these prosperous early years. In 1925, a cornerstone ceremony took place at 577 Washington St. to commemorate the construction of a Gothic Revival church called City Methodist. It was completed 21 months later, at the cost of one million dollars – 5000 of which was contributed by the United States Steel Corp. (which also founded the city). Elbert Gary, the chairman of US Steel and origin of the city’s name, donated a Skinner organ as well. The Bedford limestone structure consisted of a 50-foot tall sanctuary nave and elaborate stonework, and was able to seat 950 worshipers; City Methodist had a congregation of nearly 3000 members in its heyday. The building was also home to Seaman Hall – a 1000 seat auditorium, and a gymnasium with a full size basketball court. Storefronts were built into the building, with hopes that the income would offset the enormous maintenance costs. During the 1920s, Pastor William Seaman rallied against the power of the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana, and welcomed black worshipers into City Methodist during a time when African Americans were not permitted in “white churches.” Gary entered a downward spiral during the 1960s, like many other industrial cities during the
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