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A.A.R.C. Mass Choir


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Collections on Rev. Clay Evans

Identifier: spe-c00037

The Collections on Rev. Clay Evans brings together materials related to Rev. Clay Evans and Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church during the 50-year span of his leadership from 1950-2000. These materials reflect member involvement in choirs, clubs, committees and community service opportunities fostered by Rev. Evans and their participation in annual banquets, revivals and travel. The collection includes church documents, photographs, artifacts and musical recordings.

Dates: 1950 - 2016

Rev. Clay Evans Archive

Identifier: spe-c00036
Abstract The Rev. Clay Evans Archive spans his 50 years of pastoral leadership at Chicago’s Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church that he founded in 1950, and beyond his retirement in 2000. His ministry reached into the larger community with the What a Fellowship Hour broadcasts, Gospel choir performances and an engagement with the Civil Rights Movement along with numerous religious and community organizations such as the African American Religious Connection (AARC),...
Dates: 1944 - 2017

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African American Religious Connection. 1
Baptist Ministers Conference of Chicago and Vicinity 1
Broadcast Ministers' Alliance. 1
Civil rights movements -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History -- 20th Century -- Sources 1
Clay Evans Scholarship Fund (CE$F) 1