Santa Cruz County History - Religion & Spirituality



Santa Cruz Spirituality: Alphabetical index of associations, groupings, and alternate names
by Paul Tutwiler

The 500 groups reported in this study have more than 900 names in this alphabetical index because organizations change names or have both a proper name and a popular one. The primary name and any alternate for it are to be located in the text not by page number, but by the family number shown with each entry. The Episcopalian Church, for instance, is in the Episcopalian subset of the Catholic and Episcopalian family; the Southern Baptist Convention is in the Southern Baptist Convention subset of the Baptist and Christian Church family; Tibetan Buddhism is in the Tibetan Buddhist groups subset of the Eastern family.

In cases of two or more groups having the same name, the alphabetical list includes a specification in brackets. Thus, for example,

Calvary Baptist Church [Aptos] in Various Baptist; no longer in existence
Calvary Baptist Church [Live Oak] in Southern Baptist Convention

In this case a third group used the name at one time, so the former name of the third congregation is identified through the latter one, for which it is an alternate. Thus,

Calvary Baptist Church: alt. for Arthur Road Baptist Church in Southern Baptist Convention

Alphabetical Index

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