"With a Foreword by The Most Reverend Joost de Blank, Archbishop of Cape Town".
Includes bibliographical notes at the end of each chapter and bibliography: p. 149-150 but NO index.
"The background of this book is South Africa. The point of view is Anglican. The book came into being because I was asked by the Provincial Board of Missionary Strategy to write something on methods of mission, 'describing the work of the laity in evangelization, and showing the Church active in the world'. For this reason it deals with the life and needs of the Church of the Province of South Africa, but it hope it may be of interest to Christians who do not share its particular background or its particular point of view, for the Christian mission concerns us all". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / John Carter -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword / Joost Cape Town [i.e. Joost de Blank] -- The Mission of the Church -- The Missionary Movement -- Social Witness in South Africa -- The end of Paternalism -- Mission to the Heathen -- Practical needs to-day -- The Parish: Training for Mission -- The Ministry of the Laity -- Evangelism -- The Church's Mission in the World -- The Problem of Communication -- Literature and Dialogue -- Unity, Renewal, and Mission -- Summing-up -- For Further Reading.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by The Talbot Press (S.P.C.K.), Saffron Walden, Essex.
Author was "Anglican Chaplain to the University of Cape Town".