Congregational Symposium Lectures
"A Past With A Future" Continuing Congregationalism Into the Next Millennium
The motivation for the symposium was to converse with one another as to how Congregationalists could be influential in living the faith in the generations that are to follow us. We firmly believe that, the voluntary fellowship that binds our Churches, rather than an institutional structure, we have the key to Christianity in the future. . . Rev. Dr. John H. Alexander. A collection of lectures given for the First Congregational Symposium, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1998
"Are We Who We Say We Are?"
Toward a definition of the mission of the Congregational Church in the new MIllennium
A collection of papers given for the Second Congregational Symposium
Derry, New Hampshire. 2000
"Yet more light and truth . . . Congregationaism, Covenant and Community"
A compendium of the lectures given at the Third Congregational Symposium
Los Angeles, California, 2002
"A City Built on a Hill"
Congregationalism and the American Experience
A compendium of the lectures given at the Fourth Congregational Symposium.
Farmington Hills, Michigan. 2004