doc Japanese Church of Christ 4th quarter budget 1942 (ddr-densho-446-40)
Budget for October to December 1942
doc Japanese Church of Christ bulletin (ddr-densho-446-41)
Bulletin for January 17, 1943
doc Japanese Church of Christ bulletin (ddr-densho-446-44)
Bulletin for evening service on July 25, 1943
doc Japanese Church of Christ bulletin (ddr-densho-446-39)
Bulletin for January 3rd service
doc Japanese Church of Christ bulletin (ddr-densho-446-38)
Christmas service bulletin
img Group photo with Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-379)
Members of the Chicago Japanese Christian Church (later Church of Christ) where Ai Chih Tsai was the student pastor while studying at the Divinity School. The church had around 10 members in its congregation in 1939.
doc Japanese Church of Christ Bulletin No. 2 (ddr-densho-446-46)
Monthly bulletin for March 1944.
doc Japanese Church of Christ Bulletin No. 1 (ddr-densho-446-45)
Monthly bulletin for February 1944
doc Japanese Church of Christ Bulletin No. 3 (ddr-densho-446-47)
Monthly bulletin for April 1944. Includes list of current members.
doc Bulletin for Fourth Presbyterian (ddr-densho-446-43)
Bulletin for July 25, 1943
doc Service of Ai Chih Tsai Ordination Program (ddr-densho-446-382)
Ai Chih Tsai was ordained as a Congregational minister and recognized as pastor of The Church of Christ (Japanese) at the Fourth Presbyterian Church.
doc Draft bulletin for Japanese Church of Christ (ddr-densho-446-30)
Handwritten bulletin draft for September 13, 1942 2 PM Sunday service
doc Letter from Albert W. Palmer to Commissioner Allman (ddr-densho-446-22)
Notification that the Japanese Church of Christ will start meeting again on May 24, 1942. Palmer identifies and vouches for ACS as pastor.
doc Bulletin for Fourth Presbyterian (ddr-densho-446-32)
Special bulletin for 4 PM ecumenical service
doc Bulletin for Fourth Presbyterian (ddr-densho-446-31)
Bulletin for morning and evening service
doc Chicago Sun: Ai Chih Tsai Ordination Reception Article (ddr-densho-446-387)
Photo of Doc #417 and related commentary
doc Letter from John Mulder to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-17)
Fourth Presbyterian Committee voted unanimously to allow Japanese Church of Christ to meet in the John Timothy Stone Chapel at the Fourth Presbyterian Church every Sunday from 2-3:30 pm starting May 23. Committee's recommendation will go to the church session on May 20, 1942, for action. Muldur invites Tsai to attend with another church leader. Fourth …
doc Letter from John Mulder to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-24)
Fourth Presbyterian's response to Tsai's May 26 letter about a place for the Bible Study awaits the formation of a committee.
doc Letter from John Mulder to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-25)
Fourth Presbyterian's rejects Japanese congregation's request to have children meet Sunday afternoons and requests combining the Sunday schools on a trial basis.
doc Letter from John Mulder to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-20)
Confirmation that Japanese Church of Christ will meet at Fourth Presbyterian Church from 2-3:15 pm starting 24 May 1942 in John Timothy Stone Chapel. Six conditions stated. Questions about Sunday School and Bible Study will be discussed in the future.
doc Letter from Albert W. Palmer to US District Attorney Woll (ddr-densho-446-21)
Notification that the Japanese Church of Christ will start meeting again on May 24, 1942. Palmer identifies and vouches for ACS as pastor. Palmer requests that Woll notify FBI.
doc Letter from Robert Cashman to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-15)
Letter of apology and reaffirmation of friendship after an apparent conflict between ACS and RC. RC urges ACS to practice self-preservation while U.S. and Japan are at war.
doc Letter from Ai Chih Tsai to John Mulder (ddr-densho-446-23)
Thank you to John Mulder for previous letter. Japanese Church of Christ is grateful to Fourth Presbyterian. Tsai reports that 31 people attended the service on May 24. The Japanese Church of Christ declines Mulder's offer to have the children of the Japanese congregates attend Sunday School on Sunday mornings with the Fourth Presbyterian children. Tsai …