"By J. McLeod Campbell, Chaplain to the King. Hon. Canon of Canterbury. Formerly Fellow and Chaplain of Hertford College, Oxford, and Principal of Trinity College, Kandy. General Secretary of the Missionary Council of the Church Assembly".
"Introduction by the Archbishop of York".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This book may easily prove to be the most important which has yet been written on the missionary work of the Anglican Communion. What Professor Latourette has been doing for Missions in general, Canon Campbell has done for the Church of England. .... This book is an inspiring and encouraging account of the awakening of the Church of England to its evangelistic responsibilities. .... Clergy and laity have become convinced that the Church must be missionary-minded. .... This book is not only a history of the past. It faces also some of the perplexing problems which have arisen through expansion. In the closing chapters, two of the most difficult of these problems are discussed, under the headings of Acclimatization and Consolidation. .... This book will be of special value in view of the approach of the Lambeth Conference. It should be found in every parish church library, and should be widely read and studied. For many years to come it will be a comprehensive introduction to the work of the Church overseas". -- Intro.
Contents: Author's Acknowledgements dated October 1945 / J. McL. C. -- Introduction / Cyril Ebor. i.e. Cyril Forster Garbett, Archbishop of York -- List of Maps -- The Infancy of the Anglican Communion -- The Centuries of Abeyance -- A Pre-Episcopal Period -- The Home Base: Formative Years -- Germans and Danes: Allies and Auxiliaries -- The Coming of the Bishops: Seven Sees -- Africa: Before and After Livingston -- The Far East -- The Three Monotheisms -- The Process of Expansion -- Acclimatization -- Consolidation -- Epilogue -- Some Books for Further Reference -- Index.
Contents of Chapter XII: "Consolidation": I. The Diocese: (a) Contrasts between Home and Overseas Dioceses; (b) The Beginnings of Synods; (c) Diocesanization. 2. The Province. 3. The "National" or "Regional" Church. 4. Ecclesia Anglicana: (i) Lambeth Conference; (b) The Consultative Body; (c) Standards of Worship and Doctrine; (d) Archbishop of Canterbury; (e) Isolated Dioceses; (f) The Basis of Anglican Unity. (ii) The Role of the Mother Church: (a) The Lambeth Conference of 1897; (b) 1908; (c) 1920; (iii) The Missionary Societies.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain at The Church Army Press, Cowley, Oxford.
OTCH Note: Includes Canadian content i.e. in Chapter VI "The Coming of the Bishops: Seven Seas" sub-section "1. The See of Nova Scotia: The See of Newfoundland". Also Chapter X "The Process of Expansion" sub-section "I. Expansion in British Columbia".
"[By] H.G.G. Herklots, M.A., Canon of Peterborough".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"A leading student of modern missionary expansion has written: 'The day when a church becomes a sending church, a missionary church, is among the most fateful in its history. When it moves across the seas to be translated in other soil, it does of necessity change, either by conscious and willing adaptation or else through its very resistance to change. ....' This is not the whole story. It is not only overseas that change takes place. Developments there affect the Church at home; and very soon the sending church becomes a receiving Church -- though it may often find that it is easier to give than to receive. Some of the ways in which this has happened to the Church of England through the growth, in many parts of the world, of what has come to be called the Anglican Communion, are traced in the pages which follow". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated Minister Precincts, Peterborough, 1961 / H.G.G.H. -- Traffiques and Discoveries -- Religion Stands on Tiptoe -- Nursing Care and Protection -- Episcopacy Transplanted -- The Church Moves East -- The Church of England in India -- From Coromandel to Colchester -- The Society for Missions to Africa and the East -- Financial Returns -- To New Zealand and Back -- From Capetown via Canada to Lambeth -- Archbishops in Canada -- Light from the East -- Varieties of Independence -- Provinces in Africa -- Charity Begins Abroad -- Some Conclusions -- Index (a) People and Places -- (b) Authors Cited.
Handbook of the Church of England missions. - in the eleven diocese of Selkirk, Mackenzie River, Moosonee, Caledonia, Athabasca, Columbia, New Westminster, Saskatchewan, Calgary, Qu'Appelle and Rupert's Land with illustrative extracts from the report of the Indian Department at Ottawa and from the reports of the four great Church of England missionary societies, etc., in England for the year 1892
On the relations of Church of England Missions with Roman Catholic Missions and with other Protestant Missions. A paper read at the Missionary Conference of the Anglican Communion, held at St. James' Hall, May 29th, 1893
Report by a committee of the corporation, commonly called the New England Company, of their proceedings for the Civilization and Conversion of Indians, Blacks, and Pagans, in the British Colonies in America and the West Indies