3 edition of Constitution of the American Home Missionary Society found in the catalog.
Constitution of the American Home Missionary Society
|Statement||presented by the Executive Committee at the anniversary meeting, May 12, 1826, with an appendix|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 6718-6719|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
The book was published by the American Baptist Publication Society, a predecessor of Judson Press, the publishing ministry of American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS). A park that honors the book’s namesake and author recently received an award that may. the American Home Missionary Society. Yet the American Bible Society and the American Tract Society, as we have observed, were not restricted to the home field. They were foreign at the I same time that they were domestic missionary societies. In their programs the objects of both domestic and foreign missionary la See, as examples, American.
The founders of the American Home Missionary Society also recognized the ways in which women and women’s groups aided the society was by making up boxes of books, clothing, and other necessary supplies that were sent to missionaries. by sending the parent society a copy of its constitution and annual reports, as well as. Three American Home Missionary Society record books () contain copies of Hall's correspondence and financial data. There are also genealogical data on the Hall family, and a diary of Hall's father, Richard, Sr. (), describing a trip from New Hampshire to New Orleans.
The American Home Missionary Society is exclusively domestic, as its name imports; and the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions needs some such combined effort as this, to bring up ‘to the help of the Lord against the mighty,’ the whole Presbyterian Church. The details of the plan may be left for future consultation. The American Home Missionary Society was formed in by the Congregational and other Protestant churches to financially assist congregations until they could be self-sufficient. From the description of American Home Missionary Society records, (Detroit Public Library). WorldCat record id:
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The American Home Missionary Society (AHMS or A. Society) was a Protestant missionary society in the United States founded in It was founded as a merger of the United Domestic Missionary Society with state missionary societies from New England.
The society was formed by members of the Presbyterian, Congregational, Associate Reformed, and Dutch Reformed churches. Download Report Of The American Home Missionary Society full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Report Of The American Home Missionary Society full free pdf books. Prior to the establishment of the American Christian Missionary Society (ACMS), Alexander Campbell had actively opposed missionary societies on the basis that they preempted the church's role in missions and served as a focus for division, insisting that the church itself should be the only missionary society.
(Examples of such missionary societies were the American Board of Commissioners for. American Home Missionary Society. Constitution of the American Home Missionary Society. New-York: Printed by D. Fanshaw, American Tract Society House, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: American Home Missionary Society.
Get this from a library. Constitution of the American home missionary society recommended by a convention of the friends of missions. Held in the city of New York,and adopted by the United domestic missionary society: together with the fourth Report of the last named society.
Presented by the Executive committee, at the anniversary meeting, Under these terms, any missionary society could become auxiliary to the American Home Missionary Society by agreeing to give the parent society all of its surplus funds after its own missionary operations were paid and by sending the parent society a copy of its constitution and annual reports, as well as listings of its missionaries, their.
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Full text of "Constitution of the American Home Missionary Society: recommended by a convention of the friends of missions, held in the City of New York,and adopted by the United Domestic Missionary Society ; together with the fourth report of the last named Society.
Official Constitution and By-laws of the Women's Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church The Society - African American women in church work - 49 pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
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The book was written for the American Home Missionary Society, its object being to present “facts and arguments showing the imperative need of home missionary work for the evangelization of the land.” In a startling as well as splendid array of facts, it presents the growth, the size, the resources, and the perils of our country.
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The membership of the American Christian Missionary Society was to consist of annual delegates, life members, and life directors. A congregation could appoint a delegate by sending an annual contribution of ten dollars to the Society, and a twenty dollar contribution made the delegate a life member.
VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 8/20/20)—Since March, American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) has awarded $17, to volunteers in ministry efforts from Alaska to Puerto Rico and in between. These volunteers have made a long-term commitment to the care of children, providing outreach to homeless persons, making pastor-to-pastor visits to those.
American Missionary Association (AMA), nondenominational society that worked to develop educational opportunities for blacks and other minorities in the United society originally grew out of a committee organized in to defend a group of African slaves who had mutinied against their Spanish owners and had brought their slave ship into U.S.
waters to seek protection there. The American Papacy The American Papacy. SINCE the yeara book entitled "Our Country" has been largely circulated, and it has excited a great deal of attention throughout the United States.
The book was written for the American Home Missionary Society, its object being to present "facts and arguments showing the imperative need of home. THE AMERICAN PAPACY.
BY ELDER A. JONES. [From the American Sentinel, Vol. 1, No. ] DURING the present, year,there has been largely circulated a book entitled “Our Country,” which baa excited a great deal of attention throughout the country.
The book was written for the American Home Missionary society, its object being to present. At this anniversary, the society adopted a new constitution, and resolved itself into the American Home Missionary Society.
This institution was planned, in a meeting of delegates from the New England churches, held in Boston, early in the same year. They selected the United Domestic Missionary Society, to carry into execution the plan so formed.
Abolition of slavery was also championed, with the American Anti-Slavery Society being formed in With the previously mentioned wave of missionary enthusiasm sweeping the country, in the American Bible Society was established, in the American Tract Society, and in the American Sunday School Union.
1 FSDA The American Home Missionary, Volume 20 [American Christian Missionary Society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
Peter T. Russell, the pioneer preacher in this section of Iowa, under the direction and in the employ of the American Christian Missionary Society, established the churches up and down the Des Moines Valley; one at Adel, one at Rising Sun, this county, one down in Camp township near where Runnells is now, one at Vandalia, and one at Red : American Christian Society.
Constitution of the Western Foreign Missionary Society, enclosed in a letter from Elisha P. Swift to Rev. Ashbel Green in Philadelphia, Nov. 20,Swift Family Papers, RG Overtures were presented to PCUSA General Assemblies in, and calling for the establishment of a Presbyterian foreign mission board.The American Missionary Association (AMA) was a Protestant-based abolitionist group founded on September 3,in Albany, New main purpose of the organization was abolition of slavery, education of African Americans, promotion of racial equality, and spreading Christian members and leaders were of both races; The Association was chiefly sponsored by the Congregationalist.