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archives of the Council for World Mission

C. Stuart Craig

archives of the Council for World Mission

(incorporating the London Missionary Society) : an outline guide

by C. Stuart Craig

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Published by School of Oriental and African Studies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Council for World Mission.,
  • London Missionary Society.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the late Reverend C. Stuart Craig.
    ContributionsUniversity of London. School of Oriental and AfricanStudies. Library.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21763714M

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Welcome to the Re-Imagining Worship Project of Council for World Mission. It is the answer to a long-held dream of the Council for World Mission (CWM). When CWM decided to name Empire as the context of mission, we agreed that we should develop worship material to enable and support the people of God to offer this “most selfless emotion” to.

      TEAM - The Evangelical Alliance Mission. TEAM partners with the local church to send missionaries and establish reproducing churches among the nations, going where the most people have the most need and proclaiming the gospel in both word and action. Established in , it grew out of the London Mission Society, the Commonwealth (Colonial) Missionary Society and the (English) Presbyterian Board of Missions. CWM supports Presbyterian Church mission both in New Zealand and overseas.

    Original archives are at World Council of Churches library, Geneva. ONLINE CATALOG RECORD. The. catalog record for this collection is available online. Historical note. The International Missionary Council was established at London in , dividing its work with a New York office from , and later also providing for a Far Eastern office. AUTHOR: Congregational Council for World Mission. TITLE: The archives of the Council for World Mission, [microform] Missionary Society archives. Council for World Mission archives. IMPRINT: Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Co., []- + guide (38 p. ; 29 cm.) fiches in containers.


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Archives of the Council for World Mission by C. Stuart Craig Download PDF EPUB FB2

Council for World Mission Archive Scope and Content. Records of the Council for World Mission (from ) and its predecessor bodies, including the London Administrative / Biographical History. The Council for World Mission (CWM) is a worldwide partnership of Christian Arrangement.

The. The Archives of the Council for World Mission (incorporating the archives of the London Missionary Society) are among the oldest archives on missionary work, with files of correspondence and travel reports dating back to the eighteenth century.

The archives of the Council for World Mission, [microform] Board minutes Committee minutes Candidates papers London (Home) Secretarial deputations Europe Russia Greece Mission to Jews The Americas.

Some titles are: Nineteenth Century Books on China, Archives of the Council for World Mission,Chinese Christian Yearbook, China Millions, West China Missionary News, American Theological Library Association Serials. Archives of the Council for World Mission include: Signed minutes and papers of key decision-making bodies; Annual reports and reviews; Reports of the CWM Assembly – an important gathering of member churches; Strategic documents and reports of organisational reviews.

Some CWM archive materials, including picture archives, are still held by the Council for World Mission, and are awaiting transfer to SOAS.

Publication note: Rev. Stuart Craig, The archives of the Council for World Mission (incorporating the London Missionary Society): an outline guide (London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Council for World Mission / London Missionary Society Archive Section Page No.

1 Collection-level descriptions: 5 Council for World Mission, London Missionary Society 2 Types of Documents in the LMS Archive 10 3 Home Office Papers: 13 Board Minutes 15 Board Representations to Government 17 Home Register of Legacies 18File Size: KB. T he Council for World Mission is a worldwide partnership of Christian churches.

The 32 members are committed to sharing their resources of money, people, skills and insights globally to carry out God’s mission locally. CWM was created in and incorporates the London Missionary Society (), the Commonwealth Missionary Society () and the (English) Presbyterian Board of Missions ().

The records of LMS Auxiliaries are not part of the official archive of the Council for World Mission/London Missionary Society. If they survive, they are often found in local County Record Offices. However, the following series of Auxiliary Records were transferred to SOAS Library from Dr Williams' Library, except for the Minutes of the Kendal.

council for world mission Latest News and Events Check out Council for World Mission's latest news and events. The Council for World Mission is a worldwide partnership of Christian churches.

The 32 members are committed to sharing their resources of money, people, skills and insights globally to carry out God’s mission locally. Interdenominational mission agency; formed in ; merged with the Commonwealth Missionary Society in to form the Congregational Council for World Mission, which changed its name to Council for World Mission in Archives of the Council for World Mission.

Since the early s, SOAS Library has been custodian of the archive collections of the Council for World Mission. Comprising the records of the Council’s predecessor bodies – the London Missionary Society (), the Commonwealth (formerly Colonial) Missionary Society () and the.

council for world mission CWM (incorporating the London Missionary Society and the Commonwealth Missionary Society) Archives, datedconcerning LMS work in the South Seas, China and Madagascar, South and South East Asia and Southern and Central Africa, and to a lesser extent in North America and the West Indies.

The World Council of Churches promotes Christian unity in faith, witness and service for a just and peaceful world. An ecumenical fellowship of churches founded intoday the WCC brings together Protestant, Orthodox, Anglican and other churches representing more than million Christians in over countries, and works cooperatively with the Roman Catholic Church.

Archives of the Council for World Mission (incorporating the London Missionary Society): an outline guide. London, University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, Library, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Stuart Craig; University of London.

School of Oriental and African Studies. Library. Presbyterian Church of England Foreign Missions Committee Archives London Missionary Society: books, journals, papers and publications London Missionary Society The Methodist Missionary Society (MMS) collection at SOAS covers missionary work all over the world from the 18th to the 20th century.

London Missionary Society (Council for World Mission) Khama III, Chief of the Bamangwato and Sir Albert Spicer, London Missionary Society Treasurer, in Serowe, Bechuanaland Protectorate [Botswana], {0} Home - Council for World Mission Collections. SOAS Digital Collections. Regions; Subjects; Languages; Archives; Map browse; All items.

African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education.

The Congregational Council for World Mission was formed in as an amalgamation of the London Missionary Society and the Commonwealth Missionary Society. With the formation of the United Reformed Church by unification of the Congregational and Presbyterian Churches in it was re-named the Council for World Mission.

CRL promotes access to collections that are distinguished by their depth, diversity, and global scope.Mission Society archives, London [microform]: index and inventory lists Inter Documentation Co [Zug, Switzerland Australian/Harvard Citation. London Missionary Society.

& Commonwealth Missionary Society. & Council for World Mission (Great Britain).International Missionary Council Archives, As a 20th-century coordinating assembly, the IMC archives contain large amounts of material on Industrial and Social Questions, War and Missions, Missions and Government, and Religious Liberty.