Out of the swamp : the story of St. James Methodist Church, Frankton : golden jubilee 1913-1963 / compiled by John Silvester

By: Silvester, John, 1912-1993 [author]Contributor(s): St. James Methodist Church (Hamilton, N.Z.) [issuing body]Publisher: [Hamilton, New Zealand] : [St. James Methodist Church], [1963]Manufacturer: Hamilton [New Zealand] : Clark & Matheson Ltd. Description: 16 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmOther title: St. James Methodist Church, Frankton : 1913-1963 golden jubilee [Cover title]Subject(s): St. James Methodist Church (Hamilton, N.Z.) -- History | Methodist Church of New Zealand -- History | Whare karakia | Hāhi Karaitiana | Hamilton (N.Z.) -- Church history
Contents:
Foreword / A.K. Petch, A.W. McKay -- The story of St. James Methodist Church, Frankton : out of the swamp.
Summary: "An inspiring record of the faith, loyalty and sacrifice of a small but distinctive Christian community throughout fifty years of witness in a predominantly railway settlement. To read it is a heartwarming experience and a stimulus to faith; especially so when the congregation is facing the adventurous task of rebuilding on a new and more central site. It is fitting that the brochure should have been written by on who is a true son of St. James' Church and a member of one of its original families"--Page 3.
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
New Zealand/Pacific John Kinder Theological Library
BX8325.322.H21 SIL (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not for loan A4236228X

Foreword / A.K. Petch, A.W. McKay -- The story of St. James Methodist Church, Frankton : out of the swamp.

"An inspiring record of the faith, loyalty and sacrifice of a small but distinctive Christian community throughout fifty years of witness in a predominantly railway settlement. To read it is a heartwarming experience and a stimulus to faith; especially so when the congregation is facing the adventurous task of rebuilding on a new and more central site. It is fitting that the brochure should have been written by on who is a true son of St. James' Church and a member of one of its original families"--Page 3.

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