720 XTF Search Results (subject=African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland;subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default;f1-subject=African American churches -- Ohio -- Cleveland.);subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dadvanced;brand%3Ddefault;f1-subject%3DAfrican%20American%20churches%20--%20Ohio%20--%20Cleveland. Results for your query: subject=African Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland;subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default;f1-subject=African American churches -- Ohio -- Cleveland. Tue, 28 Jul 2020 12:00:00 GMT Humanist Fellowship of Liberation Records. Humanist Fellowship of Liberation The Humanist Fellowship of Liberation was an African American Unitarian Universalist church formed in 1970 by former members of the First Unitarian Church, which had moved from Cleveland to Shaker Heights, Ohio. The collection consists of articles of incorporation, constitution, financial accounts, correspondence and other records of the Humanist Fellowship of Liberation; and records of the Black Affairs Council, Inc., the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus, and the Unitarian Universalist Association. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT John T. Weeden Sr. Family Papers. Weeden, John T. Family John T. Weeden, Sr. was a prominent African-American Baptist minister in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Indiana Central College, Butler University, Moody Bible Institute, and Case Western Reserve University. He was ordained in 1928. Reverend Weeden married the former Gladys Mae Evans in 1922. After serving as pastor at two churches in Indianapolis, Indiana, he was called in 1948 to St. Timothy Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio, remaining there until his death in 1988. In addition to his extensive involvement in a number of Baptist and religious organizations, Weeden was involved in civil rights and political issues, including service as co-chair of the clergy committee for Carl Stokes during the mayoral campaign of 1967. The collection consists of church programs, bulletins, brochures, bylaws, minutes, reports, sermons, certificates, cards, correspondence, memorabilia, datebooks, telegrams, financial and family records, registers, notes, speeches, lessons, postcards, passports, books, obituaries, and newspaper... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT St. James A M E Church Oral History Project Interviews. St. James A M E Church The St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Oral History Project Interviews was a venture of the church membership to conduct and transcribe oral history interviews with current and former members of the Cleveland, Ohio, church. It also included residents of the Fairfax community. It was sponsored by the church's Sadie J. Anderson Missionary Society and was funded in part by the Ohio Humanities Council. The goals of the project were to examine the role of the family and elderly in the African American community, the place of the church in the community and family life, and the function of the community over time. Forty-one men and women participated in the interview process. A public conference was held in 1986 as part of the project. The collection consists of transcripts of interviews conducted with individuals who were or had been members of the congregation of St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church, Cleveland, Ohio, and/or residents of the Fairfax area; a final report on the project; publicati... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT