The Congregational Library is excited to announce two workshops for local churches on April 12, 2012.
What is Congregationalism and why is it important?
This one day seminar will provide a quick orientation, a timeline, and plenty of time for discussion about one of the nations most influential religious traditions.Join us for this class covering three and a half centuries, from Congregationalisms English Puritan roots to the denominational merger which created the United Church of Christ in 1957.
Join historian Peggy Bendroth for this class covering three and a half centuries, from Congregationalism's English Puritan roots to the denominational mergers and divisions which created the national organizations as they exist today.
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
$20, includes lunch and study materials
This program will give you basic principles and resources to organize, assess, and process your records. We will discuss how to create a records management policy, and point out important issues for electronic records.
This one day session is composed of a presentation from 10 a.m. -12 p.m., followed after lunch by individual assistance and research time.
Bring in a sample of your Church's records to receive document specific advice on organization and preservation!
Associate Archivist Cristina Prochilo will lead this important session.
Advanced registration is required for this event. $20.00 includes a flash drive with the presentations and lunch. Visit our website to register, or email email@example.com.