"Co-editors: David Moxon, Joyce Marcon". -- verso of t.-p.
"Desktop Publishing by The Theological Education by Extension Unit (TEE) of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. Under the auspices of: The Provincial Board of Christian Education, tikanga pakeha of the Anglican Church, Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia." -- verso of t.-p.
'"Copyright PBCE 1992. First published 1992". -- verso of t.-p.
This "is a practical guide for families and parish ministers who are involved in the preparation of infants and young children in the Anglican Church. This resource offers simple explanations of the sacrament, the baptismal liturgy, and its place in the whole process of Christian initiation. Guide-lines for four small meetings following the four stages of the liturgical rite are included. Though designed for family preparation for infant baptism, the lay-out of 'Child of God, Blessed in the Spirit' makes it a useful resource for teachers and leaders of Adult Catechumenate or renewal groups". -- back cover.
Contents: Part I -- Welcoming new Christians -- Baptism in Our Bicultural and Multicultural Society -- An Ecumenical Perspective -- Life-Giving Love -- Jesus Christ: Living Word -- Life-Giving Water -- Living the New Life -- Celebration of a Christian Birthday -- The Importance of Group Preparation -- Part II -- Introduction to the Four Meetings -- Meeting 1 -- Meeting 2 -- Meeting 3 -- Meeting 4 -- Appendix 1: Organizing a parish baptism programme. Notes for leaders.
Papers read at Fredericton, June 10, 1895 [in Commemoration of] the fiftieth anniversary of the enthronement of the Right Reverend John Medley, first Bishop of Fredericton [and the] Diocese of Fredericton, 1845-1895, St. Barnabas Day, June 11, 1895.
The endowment of the See of Fredericton and some of the results by W.Q. Ketchum
Paper on the contributions to the funds of the Diocesan Church Society from 1845 to 1895, by H. Montgomery
Diocesan funds - their administration since the year 1837, by G.A. Schofield
Memorandum of funds and property held in connection with the Diocese of Fredricton, June, 1895, by W.M. Jarvis
The Cathedral, by F. Partridge.