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Dominion Annual WA Meeting-Sarah Simon, Dorothy Robinson and Helen Gruben (L to R). - September 1962

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Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
007
Fonds
Woman's Auxiliary fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photoprint : b&w ; 25.5 x 20.5 cm
Statement of Responsibility
Canadian Churchman
Scope and Content
Photo consists of three women standing together beside a "Diocese of the Arctic" flag. A map covers the wall behind them.
Notes
Taken from the Canadian Churchman, "For the first time a Dominion Annual WA meeting was attnded by an Eskimo and a Loucheux Indian. At right is Mrs. Helen Gruben, of Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, a 29 year-old Eskimo mother of four, who received her education at the Church's Hay River Indian Residential School. At left is Mrs. Sarah Simon, of Whitehorse, Yukon, whose husband, the Rev. James Simon, has recently been raised to the priesthood. Between them Miss Dorothy Robinson, WA missionary at Inuvik, NWT, and president of the WA for the diocese of the Arctic, holds the diocesan WA banner.
Personal Name
Simon, Sarah, 1901-2001
Robinson, Dorothy Lydia, 1916-1998
Gruben, Helen
Accession Number
P8409
Item Number
05
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Helen Gruben of Tuktoyaktuk. Mother of Roger and Nellie.

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Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Main Access Point
Stringer Hall (Inuvik, N.W.T.)
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
458
Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photoprint : col. ; 9 x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photo consists of woman standing in front of a Toktoyaktuk, NWT banner.
Notes
Photo is a part of album #3.
Main Access Point
Stringer Hall (Inuvik, N.W.T.)
Personal Name
Gruben, Helen
Accession Number
P2011-08
Item Number
156
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Helen Gruben of Tuktoyaktuk. Mother of Roger and Nellie.

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Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
458
Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photoprint : col. ; 9 x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photo consists of close up shot of smiling woman.
Notes
Photo is a part of album #3.
Personal Name
Gruben, Helen
Accession Number
P2011-08
Item Number
159
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Hester Cockney and Helen Gruben from Tuktoyaktuk, NWT. Taken in Inuvik, NWT

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Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
  1 image  
Fonds Number
458
Fonds
Mossie Moorby fonds
Material Type
Graphic material
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photoprint : col. ; 9 x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photo consists of two women in front of a Tuktoyaktuk banner. One woman is sitting and the woman is standing.
Notes
Photo is a part of album #3.
Personal Name
Cockney, Hester
Gruben, Helen
Accession Number
P2011-08
Item Number
160
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The Seven-Day-a-Week Church

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Author
Schaller, Lyle E. (Lyle Edwin), 1923-2015
Publication Date
c1992
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 637.9 S33 1992
Author
Schaller, Lyle E. (Lyle Edwin), 1923-2015
Place
Nashville TN
Publisher
Abingdon Press
Publication Date
c1992
Physical_Description
175 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] Lyle E. Schaller".
Includes bibliographic endnotes.
"The origins of this volume can be traced back several years to the urgings of friends to write a book on the life and ministry of the very large church. .... The fourth and most intriguing of these six discoveries was the sudden realization one day back in 1988 that the category I had identified simply as 'the very large church' really was a combination of two groups of large congregations. The first, which has become an endangered species, is the Sunday morning church described in chapter 2. The second group, which is increasing in numbers, is the large and rapidly growing parish that offers an expanding seven-day-a-week program. Some of these programs are clearly community outreach or social service-type ministries, directed at people who never will become members. Most of these weekday and evening ministries, however, also represent attractive entry points for potential future members. The most obvious result of that insight was a change in the theme of this book from 'The Life and Ministry of the Very Large Church' to its present title". -- Intro., p. 11-12.
Contents: Introduction -- The Changing Face of American Christianity -- From Sunday Morning to Seven Days a Week -- Why So Large ? -- Staffing the Full-Service Church -- Who Runs That Big Church ? -- Continuity and Succession -- Clouds and Questions -- Notes.
Added Entry
7-day-a-week church
Subjects
Big churches - United States
Church management
ISBN
0-687-38144-4
Call Number
BV 637.9 S33 1992
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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