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Community Covenant Church, 1961
Community Covenant Church, 1961
TitleCommunity Covenant Church, 1961
Date Original1961/00/00
Subject TopicalCentral Conference; Churches; Buildings; Community Covenant Church; Evangelical Covenant Church
NoteCommunity Covenant Church, Calumet Park, Illinois. This church was dedicated on Sunday, February 10, 1957. General contractors for the building were Efraim Anderson and Sons, members of Bethany Covenant Church of Chicago. Architects were Whitehead and Billman and Associates. Total investment in the property including lots, buildings, architectural services and some furnishings, is approximately $80, 000.00. This building was the first unit of an overall plan which called for a church proper to be built east and north of this first unit. This structure was basically an education - social unit, though it served for worship until a church sanctuary could be built. The building committee consisted of the following persons; Gerald Hodges, Chairman, Henry Carlson, Better Olander, Beatrice (Kent) Protz, Arthur Van Plew, Anthony Pidrak, and James Playle. This picture was taken in 1961.
Description physicalPhotograph, 8''x10''
TypeImage
Related SourceCAHL_1338
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CollectionHistorical Photograph Collection (North Park University)
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