Document Type

Finding Aid

Publication Date


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Scope and Content Note

Personal papers and files donated by Bill Nash, Associate Minister at the Highland Church of Christ in Abilene. Contains newspapers, bulletins, and various teaching material. Also includes lessons, essays, and correspondence by or pertaining to Bill Nash.

Biographical Note

William Frasier “Bill” Nash was born in Highland Park, Michigan on September 29, 1933. He moved to Abilene in 1972 and was heavily involved in the community. He was the special needs and benevolence minister at the Highland Church of Christ and was involved in ministries such as Winter Wonderland, Wheelchair Ministry, and Moms Meals. Bill Nash passed away on July 27, 2009.

Donor Note

Family of Bill Nash

Content List

Box 1
[finding aid]
[unlabeled folder]
Notes and Quotes
[unlabeled folder]
Thinking Evaluation Chart
The Word of God, Put Off Put On
Development of Christian Churches
Bill Nash, Sept. 3, 2003
Notes and Quotes
Membership Listings
Bill Nash, May 19, 1999
Bill Nash, Bus Letters, Nov. 29, 1995
Miscellaneous Materials
Various Lessons and Lesson Materials
Steven Tramel Gaines, Highland
Various Sermon/Lesson Outlines

Box 2
Poems, Quotes, Scriptures
12-Step Recovery Materials
Miscellaneous Materials
Lesson Materials
Lesson Outlines


Churches of Christ--Texas, Churches of Christ--Texas (Abilene)



Extent of Collection

1.0 linear feet (2 boxes)

Manuscript Number

Center for Restoration Studies Manuscripts #100

Physical Location

Center for Restoration Studies

Use Restrictions

Open to researchers. Contact Abilene Christian University Special Collections and Archives to make an appointment.

Processing Status


Finding Aid created by

Ron Longwell, Audrey Schaffner, Amanda Dietz, Mac Ice

Subjects--Personal Names

Highland Church of Christ; Nash, William F.


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