"By Stephen Fielding Bayne, Jr., Executive Office of the Anglican Communion 1960-1964".
"The official and personal papers assembled by Bishop Bayne in this volume provide essential records of a crucial and exciting development in the history and contemporary mission of the Anglican Communion throughout the world. Chosen to be the first churchman for the unprecedented position of Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion, Bishop Bayne gives in these chapters an illuminating account of the background of his office, the ways and means whereby he has built its service and work into the structure and life of the eighteen Anglican Churches of every continent and island. With creative imagination and insight, he points out directions for the future of these Churches -- their closer fellowship and interdependence, their missionary opportunities, and their larger involvement in the renewal and reunion of all Christendom". -- front dust jacket blurb.
Contents divided into two main parts: Part One: Documents -- Part Two: Interpretations.
Contents: Acknowledgements / Massey H. Shepherd, Jr., President [Church Historical Society] -- Abbreviations -- Part One: Documents -- Part Two: Interpretations -- Index.
Contents of Part One: Documents: I. Historical Note with A Postscript by Archbishop Lord Fisher of Lambeth dated February 1964 -- II. Reports of the Executive Office: 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963 / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- III. Current Inter-Anglican Organization: A memorandum prepared for the World Council of Churches Consultation at Geneva, October 2-5, 1963.
Contents of Part Two: Interpretations: I: THE STRUCTURE OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION -- 1. The Modern Anglican Situation: Address at St. Augustine's Church Hall, Londonderry, on Friday, June 7, 1963, on the occasion of the St. Columba Celebrations -- 2. Organizing for Action: Address to the Anglican Congress, Toronto, August 20, 1963 -- 3. At the Cross-Roads: From 'Anglican World', April 1960: With a Memorandum on the Regional Council of the Church of South East Asia -- 4. ACMS [Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy] Structure: A working paper prepared for the ACMS, July 1963 -- II: THE LIFE OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION -- 5. Witness, Mission, Unity: Sermon preached at the First Synod of the Church of England in Australia, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, N.S.W., May 8, 1962 -- 6. Establishment: From 'Anglican World', January-February 1963 -- 7. Yoked Together: From 'Anglican World', August-September 1961 -- Prayer Book Revision: From 'The Living Church', May 21, 1961 -- 9. Our Particular Treasure: From 'The Living Church', May 26, 1963 -- III: THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION AND MISSION --- The Meaning and Cost of Mission -- 10. Four Notes of Mission: Address at annual meeting of the Overseas Mission Society, Philadelphia, January 1961; from 'The Living Church', February 19, 1961 -- 11. Following Is Mission: Address at the Missionary Mass Meeting of the 60th General Convention, Cobo Hall Arena, Detroit, Friday, September 22, 1961 -- 12. Chosen for Mission: Address at The Missionary Festival Service, Monday, May 28, 1962, at the Cathedral Church of St. Michael, Coventry -- 13. The Cost of Mission: From 'The Living Church', January 22, 1961 -- 14. Taking Communion Seriously: From 'Anglican World', February-March 1961 -- 15. Telstar and the Body: From 'The Living Church', July 29, 1962 -- The Indigenous Church -- 16. A Province is Born: From 'The Living Church', June 11, 1961 -- 17. East and West: From 'The Living Church', December 10, 1961 -- 18. "Strangers and Foreigners": From 'The Living Church', July 15, 1962 -- Strategy and Structure -- 19. Missionary Strategy: From 'Pan-Anglican', Spring 1961 -- 20. Society or Church: From 'The Living Church', March 24, 1963 -- 21. The Stretch in between: From 'The Living Church', April 14, 1963 -- 22. Latin American Mission: From 'The Living Church', February 24, 1963 -- 23. The Needs of the Anglican Communion Today: From 'Canadian Churchman', June 1963 -- IV: THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION AND UNITY -- Anglican Unity -- 24. "Discerning the Lord's Body": Sermon preached at the opening service of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, August 22, 1962 -- 25. An Exercise in Brotherhood: From 'Anglican World', October-November 1960 -- 26. Unity and Tradition: From 'The Living Church', February 3, 1963 -- The Wider Episcopal Fellowship -- 27. The Episcopate: Sermon preached at the annual meeting of the Representative Church Council of the Scottish Episcopal Church, St. Paul's Cathedral, Dundee, Tuesday, May 17, 1960 -- 28. Concordats and Companionship: From 'The Living Church', June-July 1961 -- 29. A Wider Fellowship: From 'The Living Church', April 23, 1961 -- Confessionalism -- 30. World Confessionalism and the Ecumenical Movement: From 'Lutheran World', January 1963 -- 31. With Prayer and Boldness: From 'The Living Church', February 11, 1963.
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"Canon H.M. Waddams who has kindly prepared this very timely Bulletin is a valued member of the C.S.S. Committee on International Affairs. .... We are grateful to him for his compilation and commentary" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword -- Central Africa : 1960 : Introductory Note / H.M. Waddams -- Africa 1960 : A Survey for the Africa Bureau, London -- Review in Central Africa : Extracts from a pamphlet / The Rev. S. Alan Keighley, Secretary of the International Department of the British Council of Churches -- Multi-Racias Society Can Survive in Central Africa, Monckton Commission of Federation -- Part II : Church Statements -- [Listing of] The Anglican Dioceses of the Anglican Communion in Africa.
Church Statements include: Lambeth Conference 1958 : Extract from the Report of the Committee on the Reconciling of Conflicts between and within Nations. p.2.132 -- The Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches (Evanston) 1954. Resolutions on Intergroup Relations Adopted by the Assembly -- The Council for Social Service [resolution of 31 August 1960 by which] the Lambeth Resolution 110 was fully endorsed".