A hundred years of Methodist witness in Hamilton : St. Paul's Church, London Street.

Contributor(s): Wesley Historical Society of New Zealand [issuing body]Series: Proceedings (Wesley Historical Society of New Zealand) ; v. 20, no. 4.Publisher: [Hamilton, New Zealand] : Trustees of the Hamilton Methodist Trust, [1964]Description: 44 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmOther title: Hamilton Methodist centenary [Cover title]Subject(s): St. Paul's Methodist Church (Hamilton, N.Z.) | Methodist Church of New Zealand -- History | Hamilton (N.Z.) -- Church history
Contents:
Foreword / Ashleigh K. Petch -- To the Māori first -- The church in a military settlement 1964-1880 -- Hamilton Methodism comes of age 1882 -- Years of consolidation 1882-1900 -- Rapid development 1900-1913 -- Two congregations unite 1913 -- The years of crisis 1914-1945 -- Fifty years of church extension 1913-1963 -- Years of change and opportunity 1947-1964 -- Hamilton Methodist Church Trust -- Succession of ministers -- Circuit stewards -- Church music Sunday school and youth workers -- Women of the church.
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Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
New Zealand/Pacific John Kinder Theological Library
BX8325.7.H67 WES 20/4 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not for loan A42374044
New Zealand/Pacific John Kinder Theological Library
BX8325.7.H67 WES 20/4 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not for loan J0048980X

"Circulated by the Wesley Historical Society (New Zealand) as vol. 20, no. 4 of its Proceedings"--Title page.

Foreword / Ashleigh K. Petch -- To the Māori first -- The church in a military settlement 1964-1880 -- Hamilton Methodism comes of age 1882 -- Years of consolidation 1882-1900 -- Rapid development 1900-1913 -- Two congregations unite 1913 -- The years of crisis 1914-1945 -- Fifty years of church extension 1913-1963 -- Years of change and opportunity 1947-1964 -- Hamilton Methodist Church Trust -- Succession of ministers -- Circuit stewards -- Church music Sunday school and youth workers -- Women of the church.

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