2 edition of English Presbyterian mission in Lingtung, South China found in the catalog.
English Presbyterian mission in Lingtung, South China
George A. Hood
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Theology.
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System of arrangement: The papers in the main series are arranged into Foreign Missions Committee and Women's Missionary Association papers. Services are conducted in English. The terms of the deposit are also unknown, but both sets of materials were held by Selly Oak Colleges Library in the early s, when they were used by George A. Work began in Formosa Taiwan inand it was quickly designated as a children's field.
His wife, Jennie, died of cancer in in Les ChevalleyresSwitzerland, and inTaylor returned to China for the eleventh and final time. K and Australia in He also published monographs, and contributed to monthly periodicals. In a wider ministry was commenced through the formation of a home center in North America. In each geographical section, the material is sub-divided into the main divisions of General Correspondence, Individuals, Photographs and Print.
Baller, Frederick William With a view to preparing himself for his lifework, he engaged as assistant to a physician at Hull, and subsequently studied medicine at the London Hospital. In the period after the partition of India inthe mission increased its staffing and developed a hospital, nursing school and Girls High School. During the winter of and Taylor was practically paralysed from a fall he had taken on a river boat while in China. Their first surviving child, Gracewas born in
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Inthe English Presbyterian Mission began sending its members to evangelize in the Chaoshan area and the following year, George Smith South China book a mission station in Shantou and by he had entered the Hakka speaking Jiexi County and Hepuo.
Prepared for the Use of Junior Members of the Let us know if you want to visit one of the above churches on your tour. William James Wanless pioneer Presbyterian medical missionary. It was at this time that Hudson's evangelical work in England profoundly affected various members of the famous cricketing Studd family, resulting in three of the brothers converting and becoming deeply religious themselves; one of them, cricketer Charles Studdbecame a missionary to China along with fellow Cambridge University converts, known as the Cambridge Seven.
Despite the violence and injuries, no one was killed. Baller, Frederick William His father was an eloquent and able Methodist local preacher and his mother a woman of more than ordinary sweet and patient spirit.
Work was extended to the Swatow Lingtung area of East Shandong.
Tourists can expect western-style prayer and worship sessions. Invalided home inhe spent the next five years in England, and, in company with the Rev. Related Articles. He also published monographs, and English Presbyterian mission in Lingtung to monthly periodicals.
Immediate source of acquisition: Deposited on permanent loan by the United Reformed Church in This was made possible by the signing on 13 September of the Chefoo Conventiona settlement between Britain and China that made it possible for missionary work to take place legally in inland China.
Hardey's, and lodged for a time at his brother's home Mr Richard Hardey, 16 Kingston Square, Hull top and then moved and lived in the near poverty of Drainside Taylor was born on 21 May the son of a chemist pharmacist and Methodist lay preacher James Taylor and his wife, Amelia Hudsonbut as a young man he ran away from the Christian beliefs of his parents.
Futong West Street is meters on your right.
Return to China[ edit ] The arrival of the largest party of missionaries ever sent to China—as well as their intent to be dressed in native clothing—gave South China book foreign settlement in Shanghai much to talk about and English Presbyterian mission in Lingtung criticism began for the young China Inland Mission.
Due to his wife's health problems, the couple returned to the United States in Other Finding Aids Please see full catalogue for further details.
In the post-war period however the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan was able to recover, and the relationship between the Church and PCE has undergone profound change. As a leader of men and careful organizer he had preeminent gifts.
Can we do too much for Him? The small cemetery was built over with industrial buildings in the s and the grave markers were destroyed. In he established his own 'Chinese Union' at Kwangtung with which he was involved until his death in It had four great centers.
Hudson Taylor combined the ability of his father with the gentle disposition of his mother. In this state of crippling physical hindrance, Taylor confidently published an appeal for 18 new workers to join the work.
Gangwashi Presbyterian Church This church has a follower-ship of over 6, people since its reopening in Bibliography The papers were used by George A. Much translation work had been done by this Society, and hand books of Christian history and doctrine prepared by it were in use on most of the Protestant missions in China.
In China, he was immediately faced with civil warthrowing his first year there into turmoil.English Presbyterian Mission was a British Presbyterian missionary society that was involved in sending workers to countries such as China during South China book late Qing Dynasty.
Assignment one: Compare, contrast and evaluate the accounts by George Hood (Mission Accomplished?: English Presbyterian mission in Lingtung English Presbyterian Mission in Lingtung, South China and G Thompson Brown (Earthen Vessels and Transcendent Power: American Presbyterians in China, ) of English and American Presbyterian missions in China.
( words). Nov 28, · How China's Presbyterians are growing Official figures say that China has about 16 million Protestants - many of them today worshipping in the churches founded by Presbyterian missionaries from.- English Presbyterian Mission in Lingtung, South China - A Study pdf the Interplay Between Mission Methods and Their Historical Context, George A Hood The National Health Service (District Health Authorities) (No.
2) OrderGreat Britain.The English Presbyterian Church first built a hospital in Shantou in A larger hospital was opened with the assistance of prominent local citizens in An even larger hospital was opened in Date of Image: ca.
Shantou, China. B/W Photo. Object Description: Missionaries of the English Presbyterian Mission to Shantou.Ebook Presbyterian Mission was a British Presbyterian missionary society that was involved in sending workers to countries such as China during the late Qing Dynasty.