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Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 4
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
12 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
At head of cover: confidential.
"In this report -- more accurately a 'working paper' -- I make proposals for the next stage of development of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Although I take full and personal responsibility for the proposals, I want to acknowledge with great gratitude the counsel and help given by a number of colleagues. .... To my thanks, let me add a few preliminary comments. First, these proposals are complementary to others which deal specifically with the Executive Officer's office and staff. .... The fact that the Executive Officer serves two bodies, and that separate groups of interest are involved, should however be kept in mind. A number of suggestions have been made, for example, which really relate to the Lambeth Consultative Body rather than the ACMS. .... Second, there have been -- indeed there still are -- some troubling misconceptions about my own office, and about the ACMS. I mention now four of these, because I think it is useful to clear away as much of the underbrush as possible before we tackle the main issues. The first has to do with 'authority' or 'power' of the ACMS and its Executive Officer. As I wrote to Archbishop Fisher in 1959, when we were exploring all this, it is essential in my view, that the Executive Officer have no constitutional or coercive authority. .... A second apprehension is related to this -- it has to do with money. .... Then, third, there has been a tendency to think of the ACMS as a means by which something is to be done for somebody else. .... Finally (and no doubt in large part because membership of the ACMS is by churches), there had been a measure of apprehension lest it represent a decision by the Anglican Communion against the 'society' principle of missionary support. .... So much by way of clearing the ground. Now I should like to speak about the four main principles which seem to me to be the determining elements in any planning for the ACMS". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- I: Principles -- II: Practical Necessities -- III: Specific Proposals / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/4
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Subjects
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Government
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Executive Officer
Lambeth Consultative Body. Executive Officer
Anglican Consultative Council. Executive Officer - History
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 4
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican Communion and Latin America : three documents on Anglican Life and mission in Latin America presented for the renewed consideration of the Lambeth Conference and the Anglican Communion by the Synod of the Province of the Caribbean

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5968
Publication Date
[1968]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5021 A54 1968
Place
[s.l.]
Publication Date
[1968]
Physical_Description
[ii], 20 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"This publication is the outcome of significant discussion and action by the Synod of the Province of the Caribbean of the Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. At that meeting, gathered in St. Croix, May 16-18, 1968, the open letter of the Anglican bishops in South America 'To the Archbishops and Bishops of the Anglican Communion' was read and warmly welcomed; and it was the decision of the Synod not only to give what support they could to the letter but also to reproduce two other documents of cardinal importance, now out of print and unknown to many recently-consecrated bishops". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Francisco Reus-Froylan, Bishop of Puerto Rico and President of the Province of the Caribbean -- Resolution [of The Synod of the Province of the Caribbean of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, meeting in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, May 16-18, 1968] -- The Report of the Consultation on "The Anglican Communion and Latin America", held in Cuernavaca, Mexico, January 20-24, 1963 -- Consultation on the Anglican Communion and Latin America, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, January 24-28, 1966.
1963 report divided into sections: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- The Report -- Staff -- "N.B. This report was adopted by the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy at its meeting at Huron College, London, Ontario".
Added Entry
Reus-Froylan, Francisco, 1919-2008
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Consultation on the Anglican Communion and Latin America (1963 : Cuernavaca, Mexico)
Consultation on the Anglican Communion in Latin America (1966 : Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Episcopal Church. Province of the Caribbean
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Missions - Latin America
Missions - Latin America
Anglican Communion - Latin America
Episcopal Church - Latin America
Call Number
BX 5021 A54 1968
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican Executive Officer

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6190
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 5
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
11 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
At head of cover: confidential.
"An important sector of my work, these three and a half years, has been the exploration of this new office, its usefulness and its needs. I'm sure that none who supported the proposal at Lambeth, 1958, would have felt able to give more than a partial job description, at best. .... It was understood, I felt, that one of my first duties must be to explore what was required and what was appropriate, if the hopes of the bishops were to be fulfilled. What I now present is is the result of that exploration, at least as far as specific recommendations for the next stage in the development of this office, and the reasons for them. I add four prefatory notes. First, this paper should be read in conjunction with the parallel proposals on the structure of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Second I would hope that it might be read as having the least possible personal reference to myself. .... The third comment is really only to underline the word 'appropriate' as used two paragraphs before. .... Finally, I believe it is not yet possible to think of the Executive Officer as a position rather than a person." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- I: Questions -- II: Summary / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/5
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Subjects
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Government
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Executive Officer
Lambeth Consultative Body. Executive Officer
Anglican Consultative Council. Executive Officer - History
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 5
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican opportunities in South America : final report submitted to The National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U.S.A. and The Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy to the Lambeth Conference of the Anglican Communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8289
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 1
Corporate Author
Columbia University, the Bureau of Applied Social Research
Place
[New York NY]
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
1 v. (various pagings) [i.e. 4, 20, 39, 20, 34, 28, 16, 38, 3, 7 p.] ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Ivan Vallier, Project Director".
"For Limited Distribution". -- cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
"This report comprises the major finding of an exploratory field study initiated by the Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University, in December, 1961 at the request of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy of the Anglican Communion and the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U.S.A. The purpose of the study was to obtain information useful in determining whether or not opportunities for Anglican missionary work in South America are evident. In the course of bringing this complex problem into manageable focus, three research objectives were made explicit: (1) to identify significant social and religious trends in selected South American societies; (2) to locate priority social and religious needs within the context of these trends; and (3) to formulate proposals congruent with the Anglican Communion that can contribute to the solution of these needs. .... Four countries were selected as research sites: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru. The field work was initiated in Santiago, Chile, during May 1962. .... By September, 1962, the three members of the research team had collected 900 'citizen' interviews, 600 student questionnaires, 70 interviews with key leaders of Protestant and Roman Catholic institutions, 36 interviews with Protestant converts, and numerous informal interviews with Roman Catholic clergy, secular professionals, social scientists, and community leaders." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated March 28, 1963 / Ivan Vallier -- Social Change in Latin America -- Four Societies in Transition -- Roman Catholicism in Transition -- The Religious Behavior, Religious Beliefs, and Religious Attitudes of Citizen and Student Respondent from Buenos Aires, Lima, and Santiago -- Protestantism in Four Societies -- Religious Needs and Anglican Opportunities -- Priority Social Needs and Anglican Opportunities -- Recommendations -- Appendix: Selected Demographic Data on the Populations of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru and their Capital Cities.
OTCH copy was property of A.H. Davis and has extensive underlining
Carbon copy of note laid in with OTCH text is dated May 13, 1963 and reads: "The Study 'Anglican Opportunities in South America' was commissioned by the National Council at the request of the Anglican Executive Officer [Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.], representing one of four studies of major areas considered by the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy as being primary candidates for possible expansion of Anglican Missionary Work. The Executive Officer is therefore placing this in the hands of those most concerned since it is an important part of the 'homework' for the Conference of Missionary Executives and of the Advisory Council, both of which convene in Canada in the Summer of 1963".
NOTE: I believe that this is, in effect, the first in a series ACMS 63/1 to ACMS 63/7. (See Intro. to ACMS 63/2 -- "As in the case of South America ...", p.1). OTCH has ACMS 63/2-63/7 in common format (size 21.5 x 14 cm). Nos. 63/2-63/7 all have red paper covers with the exception of No. 63/5 which has blue.
Series
ACMS 63/1
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. National Council
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Vallier, Ivan, 1927-1974
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Missions - Latin America
Anglican Communion - Missions - South America
Anglican Communion - South America
Christianity - South America
Catholic Church - South America
Protestant churches - South America
South America - Social conditions
South America - Church history
South America - Religion
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 1
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican opportunities in South America : final report submitted to The National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U.S.A. and The Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy to the Lambeth Conference of the Anglican Communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1096
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 1
Corporate Author
Columbia University, the Bureau of Applied Social Research
Place
[New York NY]
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
1 v. (various pagings) [i.e. 4, 20, 39, 20, 34, 28, 16, 38, 3, 7 p.] ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Ivan Vallier, Project Director".
"For Limited Distribution". -- cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
"This report comprises the major finding of an exploratory field study initiated by the Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University, in December, 1961 at the request of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy of the Anglican Communion and the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U.S.A. The purpose of the study was to obtain information useful in determining whether or not opportunities for Anglican missionary work in South America are evident. In the course of bringing this complex problem into manageable focus, three research objectives were made explicit: (1) to identify significant social and religious trends in selected South American societies; (2) to locate priority social and religious needs within the context of these trends; and (3) to formulate proposals congruent with the Anglican Communion that can contribute to the solution of these needs. .... Four countries were selected as research sites: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru. The field work was initiated in Santiago, Chile, during May 1962. .... By September, 1962, the three members of the research team had collected 900 'citizen' interviews, 600 student questionnaires, 70 interviews with key leaders of Protestant and Roman Catholic institutions, 36 interviews with Protestant converts, and numerous informal interviews with Roman Catholic clergy, secular professionals, social scientists, and community leaders." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated March 28, 1963 / Ivan Vallier -- Social Change in Latin America -- Four Societies in Transition -- Roman Catholicism in Transition -- The Religious Behavior, Religious Beliefs, and Religious Attitudes of Citizen and Student Respondent from Buenos Aires, Lima, and Santiago -- Protestantism in Four Societies -- Religious Needs and Anglican Opportunities -- Priority Social Needs and Anglican Opportunities -- Recommendations -- Appendix: Selected Demographic Data on the Populations of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru and their Capital Cities.
OTCH copy was property of A.H. Davis and has extensive underlining
Carbon copy of note laid in with OTCH text is dated May 13, 1963 and reads: "The Study 'Anglican Opportunities in South America' was commissioned by the National Council at the request of the Anglican Executive Officer [Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.], representing one of four studies of major areas considered by the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy as being primary candidates for possible expansion of Anglican Missionary Work. The Executive Officer is therefore placing this in the hands of those most concerned since it is an important part of the 'homework' for the Conference of Missionary Executives and of the Advisory Council, both of which convene in Canada in the Summer of 1963".
NOTE: I believe that this is, in effect, the first in a series ACMS 63/1 to ACMS 63/7. (See Intro. to ACMS 63/2 -- "As in the case of South America ...", p.1). OTCH has ACMS 63/2-63/7 in common format (size 21.5 x 14 cm). Nos. 63/2-63/7 all have red paper covers with the exception of No. 63/5 which has blue.
Series
ACMS 63/1
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. National Council
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Vallier, Ivan
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Missions - Latin America
Anglican Communion - Missions - South America
Anglican Communion - South America
Christianity - South America
Catholic Church - South America
Protestant churches - South America
South America - Social conditions
South America - Church history
South America - Religion
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 1
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Facts and figures

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6191
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 6
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
13 [+1] p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
"ACMS 63/6". -- front cover.
At head of cover: confidential.
"This paper was originally thought of simply as a report of inter-Anglican financial affairs. A number of colleagues then felt that more was needed, that some general statistical account of the Anglican Communion would be helpful in our consultations in Canada [at the 1963 Anglican Congress]. A questionnaire was duly circulated, somewhat hastily; it met with only half-hearted response, I'm afraid; and the results are fragmentary indeed. They are reproduced in part, however, although they will not be profoundly useful. Then in a third section, some thoughts are introduced dealing with the complicated problems of a just system of apportionment. .... The first section deals with reports of our actual inter-Anglican operations. These pages are mainly for the record. The third section raises the question 'What is the fair basis for apportioning costs among the churches of the Anglican Communion ?' The whole paper is intended to be a convenience in discussion and nothing more". -- Intro.
Contents divided into three sections: I: Reports -- II: Membership and Ministry -- III: The Sharing of Costs.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- I: Reports : Inter-Anglican Budgets, 1962 Report -- Current Budgets -- Current Apportionment. -- II: Membership and Ministry : Churches, Provinces, Dioceses -- Church Membership -- Congregations and Clergy -- Income -- Missionary Money and Manpower -- III: The Sharing of Costs / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/6
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Statistics
Anglican Communion - Finance
Inter Anglican Budget
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy - Budget
Lambeth Consultative Body - Finance
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 6
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Jerusalem Archbishopric

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6192
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 7
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
12 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
"ACMS 63/7". -- front cover.
At head of cover: confidential.
"The churches of the Anglican Communion have a unique relationship to the Jerusalem Archbishopric, and to one another accordingly. This arises from the agreement of nine years' standing that the Archbishop in Jerusalem by supported by every province of our brotherhood. .... the Archbishopric includes nations and regions where complex forces meet, areas of the most significant and delicate social and political frontiers, where the eyes of the whole world turn in a most attentive way. The life of the five diocese of the Archbishopric is equally of very great concern to their companion churches. With all the more reason, then, I have asked Archbishop MacInnes to prepare this paper for us on the present situation and needs of the dioceses to which he ministers. .... The pages that follow, therefore, take us, nation by nation and diocese by diocese, through the wide and varied area of the Archbishopric. The only major work omitted is St. George's College, which is discussed in a separate paper." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. --Report / Campbell MacInnes, Archbishop in Jerusalem.
Report divided into six main sections: I: The Diocese in Jerusalem -- II: The Diocese in Iran -- III: The Diocese in Egypt and Libya -- IV: The Diocese in the Sudan -- V: The Diocese in Jordan, Lebanon and Syria -- VI: General Comments.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/7
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
MacInnes, Campbell (Angus Campbell), 1901-1977
Subjects
Jerusalem Archbishopric
Jerusalem Archbishopric - Dioceses
Jerusalem Archbishopric - History
Anglican Communion - Middle East - History
Anglican Communion - Africa - History
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 7
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Missionary commitment of the Anglican Communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7785
Publication Date
1957
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 W37 1957
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
1957
Physical_Description
iv, 39 p. ; 21.2 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"LC 1958/4".
"When the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy met at Lambeth Palace in July 1956, it had before it for consideration some memoranda on Missionary Strategy. Of these the longest and weightiest was an essay by Canon M.A.C. Warren, D.D., General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society. This essay was regarded as of great importance and value. On a number of points criticism and suggestions for its improvement were offered and these were subsequently conveyed to Canon Warren with the request that he would revise his essay in the light of the comments made by the Advisory Council and would incorporate much of the other memoranda as was relevant. This report is therefore the work of Canon Warren both in its form and its present revision. But it has had the benefit of discussion by the Advisory Council and was recommended by the Council for publication as a preparatory document for the Lambeth Conference 1958". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Geoffrey Cantuar [i.e. Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury] -- Introduction -- Three Determining Factors -- Survey of Existing Overseas Missionary Commitments of the several Provinces of the Anglican Communion -- The Ecumenical Movement -- Some Observations with regard to the respective Developments Overseas of the Church in Great Britain and the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America -- Some Possible Lines of Development -- The Continued Need for Foreign Missionaries from North America, Britain, and Australasia -- In Between Lambeth Conferences.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by The Talbot Press (S.P.C.K.), Saffron Walden, Essex.
Added Entry
Lambeth Conference, 1958
Warren, Max Alexander Cunningham, 1904-1977
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Missions
Anglican Communion - Missions - 20th century
Call Number
BV 2500 W37 1957
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Missionary strategy in relation to Africa

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6182
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 2
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
22 p., map ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
"ACMS 63/2". -- front cover.
At head of cover: confidential.
"I am grateful to the Research Department of the Overseas Council of the Church of England for this document and the study and extensive travel which underlie it. As in the case of South America, I felt that some advance reconnaissance of this critical area would be helpful before the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy met. .... the main outlines were first worked out by Mr. C.R. Hensman of the Council's staff; following his resignation, the Rev. Theodore Jourdain took over responsibility for the study and has carried the burden of it to completion. .... This report exposes some of the areas of radical decision which lie before us of the Anglican Communion, in Africa. .... How best to organize ourselves -- outside of Africa as well as within it -- to meet these tests and opportunities is the major question of strategy involved; and to this the report devotes major attention. .... Most significant, I felt, were three emphases in the report. First, I welcomed the support given to the hope which many share, that 'increasing mutual involvement of Anglican churches is desirable .. there is much to be said for nationally and racially mixed teams of helpers, rather than new links with one country only'. This emphasis echoes a similar one in the report of the Cuernavaca Consultation; and it is, I feel of capital importance. Second, there runs all through the report a most healthy insistence on the importance of rooting missionary planning in the African churches themselves. .... Allied, with this is a third emphasis which I found most welcome -- that is the recurring reminder that it is the churches in Africa themselves who must take the most responsible part in the mission to Africa". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- Report.
Report divided into sections: The Field of Missionary Strategy -- Missionary Planning in Africa -- Major Lines of Missionary Work -- Summary of Matters Requiring Decision -- Appendix: Islam in North Africa.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/2
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Hensman, C.R. (Charles Richard), 1923-2008
Jourdain, Theodore (Reginald Theodore), 1912-1982
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Missions - Africa
Anglican Communion - Africa
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 2
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Mutual responsibility and interdependence in the Body of Christ : with related background documents

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5102
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5006 B36 1963
Edition
1st ed.
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
xviii, 69 p. ; 18.5 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited, with Introduction and Concluding Chapter by Stephen F. Bayne, Jr., Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion".
"First published in 1963. Distributed in Great Britain by S.P.C.K. ... Distributed in U.S.A. by The Seabury Press Incorporated ... Distributed in Canada by The Anglican Book Centre ... Printed in Great Britain by The Sidney Press Ltd., Bedford." -- verso of t.-p.
"This book contains information designed to be of practical service to the Churches of the Anglican Communion in every part of the world. It is the outcome of the meetings of two bodies in London, Ontario, during the week before the Anglican Congress in Toronto in August 1963: The Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy and the Consultative Body of the Lambeth Conference. The latter consists of the primates of the various Anglican Churches, and its decision to meet every two years marks a step forward in the cohesion of the Anglican Communion". -- Foreword, p. vii.
"This volume contains the essential documents prepared at the Missionary Executives' Conference and the Meeting of the Anglican Council of Missionary Strategy in London, Ontario, before the Toronto Congress of 1963. It includes, and provides the background of, the document `Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence in the Body of Christ', welcomed for serious study by the Congress, and explains its immediate implications for Anglican thinking, action, and development. Of all the publications in connection with the Anglican Congress, it is this, most of all, that calls for urgent study and discussions, for upon this the rebirth of the Anglican Communion, called for at Toronto, must be based". -- back cover.
Contents: Note [on verso of t.-p.] -- Abbreviations -- Foreword / Michael Cantuar [i.e. Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury] -- Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence in the Body of Christ -- Organization -- Planning -- Training and Literature -- Education -- Specifically Ecumenical -- Three Special Ministries -- What we do now.
Contents of Note: "Attention should be drawn to the Report of the Anglican Congress of 1963 to be published by SPCK, the Seabury Press, and the Anglican Book Centre (Toronto). The Congress not only heard the first presentation of 'Mutual Responsibility'; many of its principal speakers were also involved in the preparation of the main document and the other papers gathered in this summary; and the great themes of the Congress are reflected in the reports and action herein published". -- verso of t.-p.
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Lambeth Consultative Body
Anglican Congress (1963 : Toronto, Ont.)
Subjects
Anglican Communion
Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence (MRI)
Anglican Communion - Missions
Missions - Anglican Communion
Partnership in Mission - Anglican Communion
Call Number
BX 5006 B36 1963
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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