2 edition of story of church union in Canada found in the catalog.
story of church union in Canada
Samuel Dwight Chown
|Statement||by Rev. S.D. Chown.|
|LC Classifications||BX9881 .C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||33018089|
It has church union in it’s DNA that stretches back to the s. The UCoC came about 10 JUN when the Methodist Church in Canada, the Congregational Union of Ontario & Quebec, 2/3s of the Presbyterian Church in Canada and the Association of local Union Churches united in the Inaugural Service held at the Mutual Street Arena in Toronto ON. Clergy and Laity of the Church of England in the Dominion of Canada, now assembled in the first General Synod, hereby make the following Solemn Declaration: WE declare this Church to be, and desire that it shall con- tinue, in full communion with the Church of England throughout the world, as an integral portion of the One Body of Christ.
The history of the United Church is closely entwined with the history of Canada itself. The United Church was inaugurated on J in Toronto, Ontario, when the Methodist Church, Canada, the Congregational Union of Canada, and 70 per cent of the Presbyterian Church of Canada entered into a union. Founded by a charismatic, unlettered leader, C. T. Pratt, who forcefully broke away from the Holiness COG organization, the church eventually found its home base in Dalton, Georgia. "Based on extensive interviews with mostly former cult members, this book chronicles the history of the Church of God of Union Assembly from its beginning around 4/5(1).
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Junius, including letters by the same writer, under other signatures (now first collected), to which are added his confidential correspondence with Mr Wilkes and his private letters addressed to Mr H.S. Woodfall, with a preliminary essay, notes, facsimiles etc.
S.D. Chown, The Story of Church Union in Canada () N.K. Clifford, "Church Union and Western Canada," in Prairie Spirit: Perspectives on the Heritage of the United Church of Canada in story of church union in Canada book West, ed.
Dennis L. Butcher et al. () N.K. Clifford, The Resistance to Church Union in Canada (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, ). OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages frontispiece (portrait) folded diagram 19 cm: Contents: Foreword by S.P.
Rose --Motives of the movement --History of the movement: --History of the movement: --History of the movement: --Co-operation --The building of the creed --The opposition --Misconceptions removed --The consummation.
The unionist in scripture --Former experiments in union --Prophets of church union --Architects of union --The practice of co-operation and after --The minister and the statement of faith --Difficulties in the Presbyterian church --The truce of and its consequences --The church entering union as a church --Ordination to the ministry.
Genre/Form: Church history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Silcox, Claris Edwin. Church union in Canada. New York, Institute of social and religious research [©]. The history of the Church in the United States is big and super complicated, and this book does a great job to lay out the history and why.
I find the comparison of the history of the Church in the US and in Canada to be exceptionally useful. Very good!Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grant, John Webster. Canadian experience of Church union. London, Lutterworth  (OCoLC) Document Type.
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