Anglican Laymen's Missionary Movement was the unofficial Movement devoted to enlisting laymen as missionary supporters and promoters, to secure the adoption of the best business methods in all Church Missionary finance and to promote efficiency in missionary effort at home and abroad.
It related to the Canadian Council of the Laymen's Missionary Movement (Interdenominational) and the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada (MSCC) and was the unofficial predecessor of the Anglican Forward Movement.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of reports, minutes, and promotional material.
Fonds consists of two articles 1. The work we have done: relationship, investment and contribution The Inuit workers of St. Luke's Hospital, Pannirtuuq, 1930-1972. Prepared by Emily E.S. Cowall Farrell and Meeka Alivaktuk. (2005), 15 p.
2. Take your medicine: the knowledge of resourcefulness : Inuit, nurse missionaries, medical doctors and sanitary science (2006) 45 p.
File consists of promotional material and printed papers presented at the Laymen's Missionary Conference in 1909 sponsored by the Anglican Church. Includes a paper given by the Rev. Canon L. Norman Tucker of the MSCC entitled, Canada's Debt to the Missionary.