Proposed Charter of the Orlando Ministerial Association
Orlando Ministerial Association Proposed Charter
First Unitarian Church of Orlando
Proposed charter for the Orlando Ministerial Association, which was a group of white, black and Jewish clergymen whose goal was to meet the social, moral and religious problems of Orlando. The association was open to people of all races and creeds, making it one of the few integrated associations in Orlando at the time. The charter committee included Fred A. Corliss, J. E. Williams, E. Page, J. C. Fuller, R. B. Hemingway and J. M. Phipps.
Orlando Ministerial Association
Digital reproduction of original typewritten reports, March 5, 1956: First Unitarian Church of Orlando.
Is Part Of
2 one-page typewritten reports
First Unitarian Church of Orlando, Florida
Originally created by Orlando Ministerial Association and published by the First Unitarian Church of Orlando.
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