File:Kerns Religious Life Center.jpg

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Kerns Religious Life Center at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio is shown here. The building was built between 1913 and 1915 to serve as the Rudolf Library. When the Blackmore Library was built in 1978, however, it became the Kerns Religious Life Center. It houses religion classrooms and faculty offices, and hosts worship services every Sunday morning and chapel services every Wednesday morning. Founded in 1830, Capital is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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Ohio Historical Society from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Region 6 Archives Collection.

Date

5/6/2009 12:05

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