Congregational Library & Archives
E-Newletter Archives
The Congregational Library and Archives is a thriving center for researchers of all kinds, from professional historians to church members curious about their roots - anyone wanting to understand more about a religious tradition that has deeply informed American culture. The Congregational story is about ordinary people doing extraordinary things, beginning with the seventeenth-century Puritans and continuing on through nineteenth-century abolitionists and social reformers to the work of modern-day Congregational churches toward a just and open society.

The e-newsletter of the Congregational Library and Archives highlights the events, people, and collections that contribute to the story of the Congregational and Christian tradition and illustrate why "history matters" in the world today.
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