Researching the History of a Defunct Congregation by Karen Guenther, PhD, Professor, Mansfield University
Tuesday, August 5th, 6:30 – 7:30pm
at SRAC, 345 Broad Street , Waverly, NY
(WAVERLY, NY) The next presentation in the “History’s Mysteries” series at the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center (SRAC) will be "Researching the History of a Defunct Congregation" by Dr. Karen Guenther, Professor of History at Mansfield University. Guenther is also an archivist for Zion's United Church of Christ in Reading, Pennsylvania, which organized in August 1881 as Zion's German Reformed Church and closed in September 2010. This presentation will discuss some of the interesting challenges faced and epiphanies realized while organizing the records of a congregation that began as a mission for early German immigrants in Pennsylvania. The presentation will take place from 6:30 – 7:30pm 0n Tuesday, August 5th at SRAC, located at 345 Broad Street in Waverly, NY.
A $6 donation admission fee is requested for all non SRAC members, $4 for SRAC members, and students attend all events free. Admission to the SRAC Exhibit hall is included in the admission and the public is invited to arrive early to enjoy the latest exhibits on display.