The United Methodist Archives and History Center Hosts a reception to celebrate the exhibit of “ . . . For the Cause of Freedom” The Prophetic Ministry of Bishop Gilbert Haven and the Rev. Frank Mason North An Exhibit of the Papers of Gilbert Haven donated by the Charles Eric North Family Tuesday, April 9, […]
The United Methodist Archives and History Center at Drew University will undergo a major renovation during 2012-13. This work is made possible thanks to a generous gift from the university’s long-time benefactor Norman Tomlinson, who has previously given the Drew University Library significant collections of Byron, Whitman and Churchill. A new, ideal climate-controlled environment will […]
Interesting (and seasonal) Items at the Methodist Library and Archives Center.
Drew University Library is proud to announce the opening of “Land of the Morning Calm” Drew Theological Seminary and Early Christian Missions to Korea Methodist Center Lobby September 27, 2012 – January 31, 2013 Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Drew University Library exhibit “Land of the Morning Calm”: Drew Theological Seminary […]
The staff of the Methodist Library at Drew University are in the process of digitizing nearly 20,000 images from the Methodist Library Image Collection. The images include photographs and sketches of several thousand people with historic connections to Methodism around the world. The images are available for viewing on Flickr or browse them here: For […]
Exhibit “‘Gladly Laid Upon the Country’s Altar': Methodists and the American Civil War” has been extended through April 30, 2012 in the Methodist Library & Main Library.
Methodist Librarian Chris Anderson uses Google software to create an interactive map that traces the history and locations of historic African American Methodist churche
Dr. Kenneth E. Rowe, Methodist Librarian and Professor of Church History, Emeritus was honored September 13 at a reception celebrating the publication of The Methodist Experience in America, Volume 1: A History (Abingdon Press, 2010). The book is a companion to the previously published Volume 2: A Sourcebook (2000), both written with Drew alumni Dr. […]
From the Methodist Librarian’s blog: I spent many of my childhood and teen years living in a church parsonage. A parsonage is a dwelling place reserved for the minister and her/his family. Some parsonages are stand alone buildings while some are directly attached to the church. Ive lived in both contexts. While researching Methodists and […]
Dr. Kenneth E. Rowe, Emeritus Methodist Librarian and Emeritus Professor of Church History, was honored at a reception on September 13 celebrating the publication of The Methodist Experience in America, Volume 1: A History (Abingdon Press, 2010). The book is a companion to the previously published Volume 2: A Sourcebook (2000). Dr. Robert Williams, General […]