by Harriet Sider Bicksler Recently, I’ve been going through old photos from my parents, Lewis and Gladys (Bohen) Sider, and I found this one. The only identification on it is a stamp on the back: Bowser Studio, 109 West C…read more
Thanks to Jon Stuckey, director of development at Messiah College, for this guest post. On November 8, 2015, over 120 Upland College and Messiah College alumni gathered in Rancho Cucamonga, California, to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the closing of Upland…read more
Check out the fall 2013 issue of the Brethren in Christ Historical Society newsletter, now online!
Recollections of the annual Bible conferences sponsored by the Southern California band of the Brethren in Christ Church during the first half of the twentieth century, courtesy of memoirist Eldon F. Bert.
American historian Paul S. Boyer reflects on his childhood in the Brethren in Christ Church and how it influenced his future vocation as a historian.
Upland College, closed in 1965, was auctioned to the highest bidder forty-four years ago today.
An invitation for readers to share their stories about peacemaking initiatives at Messiah and Upland Colleges.
Today’s Photo Friday installment sketches the origins of the Brethren in Christ Church’s denominational radio broadcast, “Gems of Grace.”
Explore Upland College’s past (and present) with this series of contemporary and historical photos.