Founded as a result of the joining of the Archive of the Evangelical Church of Germany (EKD) and the Archive of the Evangelical Church of the Union (EKU). The Evangelical Church of Germany (EKD) is itself a union of all the Protestant churches in the several German states, creating an alliance of independent churches of the various Protestant denominations. The Evangelical Church of the Union (EKU) is the successor organization of the Prussian State Church.
The German Huguenot Museum which was founded in 1980 is housed in a former tobacco factory in the Huguenot town of Bad Karlshafen. Exhibits relating to the history of the Huguenots are displayed on three floors. The society responsible for the museum is the Verein Hugenotten-Museum Bad Karlshafen e.V. It receives support from the German Huguenot Society and the town of Bad Karlshafen.
A German portal for church information. An easy to use site (only in German) which allows you to enter the name of the village and quickly learn the history of the church there, along with helpful contact information for the parish.
This is an interactive German church calendar. Select the year and it will tell you one what days various feast days occurred. Sometimes events in church records are stated by the feast day (or number of Sundays after a feast day). This website will help determine the exact calendar date.
The Knowles Collection is group of records on the FamilySearch Community Trees Website. This database originally contained the records of a small section of the Jewish people of the British Isles. That set included less than 10,000 people. What was once a single database, has now grown to be six individual databases that now contain the genealogical records of almost 1.2 million Jewish people: The Jews of the British Isles; The Jews of North America; The Jews of Europe; The Jews of South America and the Caribbean; The Jews of Africa, The Orient and the Middle East; The Jews of the South Pacific. Read more about the collection here: FamilySearch Blog - Popular Online Jewish Genealogy Collection Surpasses One Million Entries