The collection contains sermons, journals and teachings by William M. Moremen (1927-), a United Church of Christ minister.
He was active in civil rights and spirituality.
William M. Moremen (1927- ) was raised in the Los Angeles area. He holds degrees from Pomona College and The Divinity School
of the University of Chicago. A United Church of Christ minister, he has served five churches in diverse locations including
Tehachapi, California; Los Angeles; Washington D.C.; Hayward; and Tiburon. His congregation in Los Angleles was one of the
few integrated churches in the nation. In Washington, D.C., his church was involved in a controversy over leasing its facilities
to the Metropolitan Community Church, which later became a model of cooperation.
2 record boxes (1.8 linear feet)
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as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must
also be obtained by the reader.
Collection is open for research. Personal journals are restricted for 10 years (until May 2014).