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At an October 1954 meeting in the Haslett elementary school, the Congregational Christian Church was selected as the denomination with which Haslett Community Church would be affiliated. and thus our church was chartered on April 24, 1955 by the Central Association of Michigan Congregational Christian Churches. Haslett Community Church continued holding services above the Township Hall, but as attendance grew, a building committee was appointed on December 9, 1954, to plan for the church’s own building. Building plans progressed rapidly, and on January 21, 1955, a church building site was selected and purchased for $3,500. Those involved in the early days of the Haslett Community Church were united in their purpose and included persons with many vocations – plumbers, electricians, painters,... ... middle of paper ... ...9, 1997, Rev.
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