Scope and arrangement
The records of Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ, Washington, D.C. were microfilmed by The Preservation of the Black Religious Heritage Project (PBRHP)of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture during the month of April 1992. Originals were retained by the church. Three types of records were filmed for the (PBRHP) project: Minutes and Church Records, Christian Education Records, and Publications.
The Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ (Washington, D.C.) records are arranged in three series:
The MINUTES AND CHURCH RECORDS, 1890-1964,series is comprised of ledgers and bound books containing trustee board minutes, deacon board reports and listings of baptisms, marriages and deaths. Registers of officers and minutes of church organizations are also included.
The CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, 1943-1990,series includes minutes, reports, and church rolls and records of the Christian Education division.
The PUBLICATIONS, 1942-1982,series includes annual records and church newsletters.