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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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Union Church, East Westmoreland, New Hampshire

Union Church, East Westmoreland, New Hampshire
Church pulpits
Image by Keene and Cheshire County (NH) Historical Photos
TITLE
Union Church, East Westmoreland, New Hampshire

CREATOR
French, J.A., Keene NH

SUBJECT
Churches – NH – Westmoreland

DESCRIPTION
Photograph of Rev. Tenney in the pulpit of the Union Church in East Westmoreland, NH.

PUBLISHER
Keene Public Library and the Historical Society of Cheshire County

DATE DIGITAL
20100421

DATE ORIGINAL
1871-1889?

RESOURCE TYPE
photographs

FORMAT
image/jpg

RESOURCE IDENTIFIER
HS559-P8279

RIGHTS MANAGMENT
No known copyright restrictions.

Cherry Ghost: ‘Mathematics’ – Union Chapel, London: 17 March 2011 (HD) © Matthew Burlem

Here’s Cherry Ghost doing an encore of Mathematics at the Union Chapel in London last night. First gig I’ve been to where you sit on church pews! T’was a great night.
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The Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church in Print: A Selective Union List with Annotations of Serial Publications Issued by the Augustana Evangelical … after 1962 (ATLA Bibliography Series)

The Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church in Print: A Selective Union List with Annotations of Serial Publications Issued by the Augustana Evangelical … after 1962 (ATLA Bibliography Series)

The Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church was the predecessor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It existed for over a century (1860-1962) and was the largest organization ever founded by Swedish-Americans, as well as the largest of the Swedish-American denominations. In terms of literary output, Swedish-Americans were among the most productive of ethnic groups within North America during the nineteenth and twentieth century. They founded newspapers and magazines, established publishing houses, published books, founded literary societies and interest groups, and recorded their memories and aspirations.

In The Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church in Print, author Virginia P. Follstad has identified over 320 periodicals published by the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church, its agencies, and by various institutions related to it. First naming these journals, magazines, and newspapers, the book then explains their contents, when and by whom they were published, and where materials are located in libraries and archives in the U.S., Canada, and Sweden.

Anyone doing research on Swedish-American history and culture, the history of the Lutheran Church in the U.S. and Canada, Swedish-American church history more broadly, and particularly the history and inner life of the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church will find this volume an exceedingly generous and helpful guide.

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Union Methodist Episcopal Church

Union Methodist Episcopal Church
Episcopal Church
Image by NCinDC
Union Methodist Episcopal Church at 20th and H Streets, NW in Washington, D.C.

The cornerstone for the church was laid on July 1, 1846.

In 1862, the church was used as a hospital during the Civil War and in 1863, as a shelter for the Union Army.

In 1910, the front of the church was moved forward and the stained glass window was installed.

Church membership was boosted by George Washington University’s relocation on G Street, as well as the International Monetary Fund and World Bank headquarters in 1950.

On January 1, 1975 the church merged with Concordia German Evangelical Church at 20th and G Streets to form what is now known as the United Church.

In 1985, the church building was leased to George Washington University.

Reverend Billy & RMO | NYC @ Union Square | Nov 28 2008

For an indexed overview of all un:ART:ig recordings please refer to unartignyc.com Buy Nothing Day Join the Rude Mechanical Orchestra and Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping on the day after Thanksgiving to celebrate Buy Nothing Day, a response to the overconsumerism promoted by the retail industry of Black Friday. Liberate your inner shopaholic from the excesses of holiday consumption and come boogie down instead. The day after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year to some, but since 1997 it’s also Buy Nothing Day, a chance to escape the packed malls and aggressive advertising. So give your credit card a rest and put your rhythm to work by joining Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping for a free dance party at Union Square. Receive a special blessing (or exorcism) from the Rev for a Debt-Free Christmas. Music makers and holiday costumes encouraged, all ages welcome. On Saturday you’ll be singing Last Night a DJ Saved My Mortgage. Union Square Broadway and 14th Street, Manhattan 3p; $ free rudemechanicalorchestra.org
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