2 edition of history of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1840-1940 found in the catalog.
history of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, 1840-1940
Elder, John Rawson
Bibliography: p. 403-406.
|Statement||by John Rawson Elder.|
|LC Classifications||BX9166.N45 E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 463 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||463|
|LC Control Number||43039848|
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Bythe Society had eighteen mission stations throughout the North Island. The first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand was appointed and consecrated in for Auckland.
As the church grew, the diocese of Christchurch was created inWaiapu, Wellington, and Nelson in. Search the 1840-1940 book of over billion web pages on the Internet. History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand Item Preview remove-circle History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand by Dickson, John.
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Publisher J. Wilkie & Co., Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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A national church While most New Zealand Presbyterians were Free Church adherents, differences emerged during attempts to create a national church.
The first General Assembly of regional presbyteries (courts) was held inbut the Otago and Southland presbyteries stayed away. The southerners feared theyFile Size: KB. Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand Archives List of files relating to leprosy For Vanuatu (New Hebrides) C/ Missions Committee Papers to GAOO Missions Committee - ; Series 2: Mission Superintendents/ Assistant Director of Missions/ Director of Missions Papers; 5.
Outwards Correspondence – General. The Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand has a number of ministries dedicated to missions in New Zealand and other countries. These ministries help enable and resource our congregations and ministers to connect with their communities.
History. The history and belief of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand is closely linked to our reformed heritage. John Calvin in Geneva and John Knox in Edinburgh were instrumental in shaping early Presbyterian faith and practice.
In this country the Presbyterian Church began as a "settler church" in The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand, Christchurch: Presbyterian Bookroom, Evans, Robert and Roy McKenzie, Evangelical Revivals in New Zealand. Our intern for the second semester of is Connie Hyslop, a history student at the University of Otago researching the Chinese refugee families who came to New Zealand after the Japanese invasion of China in the late s, and the role of the New Zealand Presbyterian church in bringing the refugee families to New Zealand.
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The History of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand: –, Presbyterian Bookroom, Christchurch, Henderson, Alice E., My Yesterdays in Sunshine and Sorrow, Weeks Ltd, Christchurch, Originally there were two branches of Presbyterianism in New Zealand, the northern Presbyterian church which existed in the North Island and the parts of the South Island north of the Waitaki River, and the Synod of Otago and Southland, founded by Free Church settlers in southern South Island.
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The ‘Old Identity’ tweaked by Frederick Thatcher (see entry 25) had its roots in the ‘disruption’ that split the Church of Scotland in over the appointment of ministers. The Free Church of Scotland felt that this was the congregation’s business and no one else’s.Anglican Church of the Province of New Zealandpp [# ] PURCHAS H T A History of The English Church in New Zealand.
New Zealand church history from Includes much general history as it pertained to the spreading of the gospel into New Zealand, missionary influence on Maori, the Land Wars etc.