Reverend A. L. Nicklas of Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.). From the Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) collection, Box 16.
Christ Church (Detroit, Mich. : United Church of Christ)
- Christ Church, United Church of Christ, Detroit, Michigan records, 1886-1966
- 1 linear ft.
Church originally established as Christ Evanglical Lutheran Church, then later (date uncertain) as Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church. After 1961, the name became Christ Church, United Church of Christ. The church originally served the German community of Detroit.
Church government documents; record books of marriages, baptisms, and funerals; and consistory minutes.
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States. Michigan District. Lutheran Schools Committee
- Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States,Michigan District, Lutheran Schools Committee papers, 1921-1926
- 70 items
Correspondence, minutes and other papers of the Lutheran Schools Committee's campaign to combat a Ku Klux Klan inspired move to prohibit parochial schools in Michigan by a constitutional amendment.
Immanuel German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Moltke, Mich.)
- Immanuel German Evangelical Lutheran Church records, 1876-1919
- 1 item
Register of members and church protocol.
Lutheran Church in America. Michigan Synod
- Lutheran Church in America, Michigan Synod records, 1917-1987
- 46 linear ft., 2 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder
President's correspondence, executive committee minutes, and minutes of annual conventions; also files on individual churches in the Synod, including clippings, reports, church histories and programs; contain information on Lutheran Churches in Adrian, Albion, Allegan, Allen Park, Alpena, Ann Arbor, Baroda, Battle Creek, Bay City, Benton Harbor, Berkley, Berrien Springs, Big Rapids, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Brown City, Cadillac, Charlotte, Clarkston, Coldwater, Constantine, Dearborn, Detroit, East Detroit, East Tawas, Farmington, Fenton, Flat Rock, Flint, Garden City, Gowan, Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Grandville, Grayling, Greenville, Grosse Ile, Hillsdale, Ionia, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Kaleva, Kent City, Lake City, Lake Orion, Lansing, Leroy, Livonia, Ludington, Madison Heights, Manistee, Manton, Marlette, Marshall, Mason, Midland, Monroe, Montcalm County, Mottville, Mount Clemens, Mount Hope, Muskegon, Niles, Oak Park, Olivet, Orchard Lake, Oscoda, Plymouth, Pontiac, Rochester, Roseville, Saginaw, Saline, St. Clair Shores, St. Joseph, St. Joseph County, Sidney, Southfield, Southgate, Stevensville, Sterling Heights, Sturgis, Taylor, Tecumseh, Temperance, Three Rivers, Traverse City, Trenton, Troy, Tustin, Walled Lake, Warren, Waterford, Westland, Whitehall, Wyoming, and Ypsilanti.
St. John Lutheran Church (Dundee, Mich.) October, 1966. From the Lutheran Church in America, Michigan Synod collection, Box 44.
Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Michigan District. Superintendent of Education.
- Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, Michigan District, Superintendent of Education records, 1968-1971
- .5 linear ft.
Materials created and collected by the Superintendent of Education, regarding the Church's involvement in the issue of public funding for non-public schools in Michigan. The collection documents the defeat of a 1969 bill allowing public funding, passage of similar bill in 1970 (both known as Educaid or Parochiaid), and 1970 fight against Proposal C, a constitutional amendment to prohibit public funding for non-public schools.
Correspondence, memos, publicity and strategy materials.
Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
- Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church records, 1833-1979
- 9 v. and 1 folder in 1 box
Record book, 1833-1871, maintained by Frederick Schmid, founder of Lutheranism in Michigan, of deaths among members of the German Lutherancommunity in the Ann Arbor area (microfilm copy available); also minute books, 1837-1953, of congregational meetings; congregational record books, 1837-1963, with information on members (microfilm available for record books, 1867-1963); record book, 1910-1936, of Women's Missionary Society; treasurer's record book, 1934-1960; and history, ca.1979.
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (Frankenlust, Mich.)
- St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church historical sketch, 1923
- 1 item
St. Peter's Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Detroit, Mich.)
- St. Peter's Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church records, 1880-1980
- 5 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Histories, minutes of meetings, treasurer's reports and minutes; records of youth and women's organizations; and yearbooks and church newspaper.
St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Plymouth, Mich.)
- St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church records, 1856-1985
- 4 linear ft. and .6 linear ft. of photographs
Congregational minute books, 1856-1947; board of stewardship minute books, 1959-1967; announcement books, 1931-1960; subject files relating to the church's history, its administration, buildings, pastors, and activities; church publications; visual materials; and sound recordings.
Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Sunday school picnic at Island Park, August 18, 1909. From the Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) collection, Box 16.
St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
- St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church records, 1844-2000
- 1.5 linear ft.
Church established in 1842 by German settlers to Freedom Township, near Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Church registers containing family and membership information; financial ledgers; constitutions and by-laws; anniversary and celebratory materials; files relating to church organizations; and photographs of church building.
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Alabaster, Mich.)
- Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church account book, 1908-1912
- 1 v.
List of names with record of dues
Trinity Lutheran Church (Greenville, Mich.)
- Trinity Lutheran Church records, 1946-1980
- 24 items
Danish congregation formed in 1952 from the First Lutheran Church of Montcalm County, Michigan.
Annual reports, dedication program, 1952, and liturgy; and history of church written by Holger Holm.
Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
- Zion Lutheran Church records, 1833-1981
- 16 linear ft. and 4 oversize volumes. Photographs. 1 linear ft.
History, administrative and financial records, files of church organizations, publications, and papers of individual pastors; also record books (prior to 1875) of Frederick Schmid, formerly pastor of the Bethlehem Church, now Bethlehem United Church of Christ; and photographs.
Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) confirmation class of 1920. From the Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) collection, Box 16.