It is proposed to establish an ecumenical chapel at London Airport, Heath Row, England, to be known as St. George's Chapel. The British Government has provided the site, substantial gifts have been made to the building costs, and major sums have been received from the churches and airlines in Great Britain. The member churches of the Canadian Council of Churches have been approached to see if they would be prepared to recommend to Air Canada that it makes a donation to this project.
At its recent meeting, the Committee on Ecumenical Affairs approved the resolution, "That the matter be referred to the National Executive Council for its sympathetic consideration."
That the Anglican Church of Canada, through the National Executive Council, cooperate with other churches in Canada in soliciting from Air Canada a donation to this project. CARRIED
Contents: Introduction dated Makerere University College, Kampala, March 1965 / F.B. Welbourn -- Christian image -- Ecclesiastical jigsaw -- The tribal background -- Christianity in Northern Africa -- The Arabs and the expansion of Islam -- Christian missions come to East Africa -- Missionary methods I -- Missionary methods II -- Tribal customs and western manners -- The position of women -- Economic and social factors -- Response to insecurity -- Nationalism -- The face of a city -- The church in the city -- African image -- Appendix: Study of Religion in East Africa -- Books for Further Reading -- Glossary -- Index.
Contents include many references to Anglican missions, missionaries and churches in East Africa i.e. Kenya, Tanganyika (Tanzania) and Uganda.
Author is a Church of England priest who "worked for many years in Uganda at Makerere College, now a part of the University of East Africa. He is now Warden of Dunford College [England]". -- back cover.
OTCH copy had stamp on front flyleaf: The Rev. and Mrs. J.S. [John] Barton, Box 4, Mukono, Uganda.