This collection includes bulletins from the Indian Springs Church of Christ from 1955 to 1983 as well as files on the church
directory, church history, Hope S. Richardson's novel-- "The Song I Sing," and Hope S. Richardson's scrapbook.
The Indian Springs Church of Christ was started by evangelist Rawden Bullard with funds from the Church of 7th Avenue in Columbus,
Ohio. It was first started in June of 1955 in the northern area of Columbus in a contemporary brick building. 38 members from
the 7th Avenue congregation had transferred to Indian Springs. Under Bullard's guidance, a church bulletin was implemented
with the purpose of both chronicling the history of the church as well as uniting the congregation. From 1955 to 1971, The
ministers who preached at Indian Springs were: Rawden Bullard, Robert Rowe, Aaron Herron, Marlin Connally, and Bill Curry.
As the church expanded, it added a classroom wing for Bible classes, an annual Vacation Bible School, and it began to support
native Nigerian missionaries.
3 Linear Feet
5 Hollinger boxes and one 11.5"x 11.5" scrapbook
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