Iowa Conference (Iowa, US)

A unit of church organization that existed from 1863 to 1980. The Iowa Conference was a part of the Northern Union Conference in 1980. In that year the Iowa Conference merged with the Missouri Conference. These are the statistics reported in early 1980: churches, 60; members, 4,473; church schools, 18; church school teachers, 31; ordained ministers, 16; licensed ministers, 9. Local churches at the time of the merger in 1980 were Albia, Ames, Atlantic, Audubon, Bedford, Bloomfield, Boone, Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Centerville, Charles City, Cherokee, Clinton, Council Bluffs, Creston, Davenport, Delphos, Des Moines, Dubuque, Estherville, Exira, Fairfield, Forest City, Fort Madison, Glenwood, Greenfield, Grinnell, Guthrie Center, Hampton, Harlan, Hawarden, Hawkeye, Humboldt, Indianola, Iowa C...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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