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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Essex County

Historical Material

General Materials

Notes and Excerpts from the Archives of the First Unitarian Church of Essex County (1890 to 1938)

Notes on the History of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Essex County (excerpted and adapted from a talk delivered by Paul Axel-Lute, April 30, 2000)

A Timeline of Unitarian Universalist History (compiled by Gregory Giacobe, April 2011)

Bylaws

Original Constitution and By-Laws of the First Unitarian Church of Essex County (June 1, 1890)

Bylaws Revisions (2003 forward)

Members

In Memoriam

Notable Early Members of the First Unitarian Church of Essex County

The Aborn Family of East Orange, N.J.

Membership of the First Unitarian Church of Essex County, circa 1891-92

Membership Roll of the First Unitarian Church of Essex County, 1890 to 1947

Members Who Served in World War I

Ministers

Our Ministers

The Lost Shepherd, by Barnaby Feder, March 14, 2010. This sermon is about the Rev. Luke Garner (1899-1979), minister of the Universalist Church of the Redeemer in Newark from 1929 to 1937. View in: HTML or Word

Miscellaneous

Certificate of Incorporation (March 17, 1890, recorded April 12, 1890) (certified copy Sept.23, 1915)

Report of the Building Committee (May 10, 1893)

Excerpts from Church Survey . . . prepared by The Rev. Dale Dewitt ... 1938

Location of the Lucy Stone House in Orange, N.J.