The New England Fellowship, one of the first non-denominational organizations of evangelicals in the U.S., was founded by J. Elwin Wright. With his assistant, Elizabeth Evans, he tirelessly promoted cooperation among evangelicals through Christian radio broadcasts, rural school education, Bible conferences and young people's ministries. The cooperation they fostered across denominational lines made possible the later city-wide evangelistic campaign. Here primary source material about Wright and the organization appears for the first time. The events it chronicles will be of enormous help to historians as they piece together the story of our recent religious past. Co-published with the New England Fellowship.