First Congregational Church of Los Angeles will Save Thousands of Dollars Each Year on Energy and Maintenance Cost SATELLITE BEACH, Fla.
What does FCCLA stand for?
FCCLA stands for First Congregational Church of Los Angeles (California)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Christmas Concert, with organist David Goode, First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, $14 until Nov.
Choir of the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, directed by Thomas Somerville, with Frederick Swann, organ.
At First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, the great organs sounded a requiem by Johannes Brahms.
Riverside Church in New York City, Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, and First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.
2, 1950, at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.