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MA - Boston - Copley Methodist


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MA - Boston - Copley Methodist, 1899-1953 | Theology Library Archives

By Sarah M. Gould, Kara Jackman

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Title: MA - Boston - Copley Methodist, 1899-1953Add to your cart.

ID: 08/MA/009/003/019

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

Languages: English

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Fifth home of the first congregation (Methodist Alley), Copley was created in 1922 by a merger of People’s Temple and Bromfield-Tremont, called United until moving in 1925 to Edward Everett Hale’s Second Congregational Church Building at Newbury and Exeter Streets. From 1927 to 1947, Copley and Tremont were listed separately under the general name, Methodist Religious Society in Boston. In 1962, First Church on Temple Street merged with Copley to form First-Copley.

Collection Historical Note

1922: Formed from merger between People's Temple and Bromfield-Tremont, with the name United Methodist Church. 1925: Moved buildings to Edward Everett Hale's Second Congregational Church buiding. 1962: Merged with First Church on Temple Street to become First-Copley, at 180 Newbury St.

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Item 1: Membership, 1953Add to your cart.
Item 2: Membership removals, 1940-1952Add to your cart.
Item 3: Guests book, 1941-1949Add to your cart.

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