William B. Hogg (1880-1937) (alternative name Josiah Hopkins), while ministering with the Paul Rader organization in Los Angeles in 1933, felt called to establish a "country church" in the middle of Hollywood. He modeled it on the country church in Ashland, his first pastorate, calling it the little Country Church of Hollywood, on Goose Creek. The collection consists of approximately 50 booklets written by Josiah Hopkins or his wife Sarah, many of them sermons delivered over the air on radio KFAC, Hollywood, from the little Country Church of Hollywood.
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Fuller Seminary Archives and Special Collections, "COLLECTION 0009: Country Church of Hollywood Collection, 1930-2000" (2018). List of Archival Collections. 30.