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A program for the service held at the Mission Evangelical Church recognizing Vietnam Veterans and other military personnel.

A small Finnish cooperative that was born out of a political differences with the United Coop. It operated for about 2 decades.

A history of the origins of the Mission Evangelical Congregational Church (originally known as Finnish Congregational Church).

Jaakko Rinta was the minister of the Finnish Mission Congregational Church between 1932 and 1936.

Jaakko was born December 10, 1903 in Nurmo, Finland.

Following is early schooling he made his decision to further his education in the field of…

A set of photos of the Confirmation classes of the Finnish Mission Congregational Church. The minister of the church was Rev. Jaakko Rinta.

(If you recognize any of the people in the class photos, please let us know.)

2015.473 - 1932

The church's cornerstone was laid on May 23, 1923 at the corner of Walnut and Thompson Streets. Its bell tower contains what used to be the curfew bell at the American Woolen Mill.
The pastor at that time was Rev. Johannes Vaanaren.