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foreign church

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FRASER, Donald (1870 - 1933), Joint Foreign Mission Secretary of United Free Church since 1925

SMITH, George (1833 - 1919), Foreign Secretary, United Free Church of Scotland, 1878–1910

Inglis, John (1762-1834), Church of Scotland minister and exponent of foreign missions

Spiritual Security, the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Russian Foreign Ministry: Collaboration or Cooptation?

SPEER, Robert Elliott (1867 - 1947), Secretary, Board of Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Church in the USA (Lay Secretary), 1891–1937, now retired

DALE, William (1841 - 1924), Secretary of Foreign Missions Committee, 1898–1915, and first Editor and then Joint-Editor of Messenger of Presbyterian Church of England, 1893–1915

BISHOP, Frederic Sillery (died 1913), JP (Glam.); Secretary of the Victoria Institute; Member of the Committees of the Church Missionary Society and of the British and Foreign Bible Society

CUST, Robert Needham (1821 - 1909), JP; barrister-at-law; retired member of HM’s Indian Civil Service; Hon. Secretary and Vice-President of Royal Asiatic Society; Vice-President of British and Foreign Bible Society, and Church Missionary Society

GOODENOUGH, William Macnamara (1899 - 1951), DL, JP, Chairman, Barclays Bank Ltd, 1947–51 (Director, 1929–51); Chairman of Trustees of Nuffield Trust for the University Medical School, Oxford, the Nuffield Foundation, Nuffield College, Oxford, Nuffield Dominions Trust, Oxford, Nuffield Trust for the Forces of the Crown, Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust and Imperial Relations Trust; Deputy Steward, Oxford University; Hon. Student, Christ Church, Oxford, 1947; Director of Mercantile and General Reinsurance Co. Ltd, Westminster Chambers Assoc. Ltd and Foundling Estates Ltd; Member of Council of Foreign Bondholders; Governor, Wellington College; Chairman of Governors of Dominion Students’ Hall Trust

DOUGLAS, John Albert (died 1956), Rector of St Michael Paternoster Royal 1933–53; Hon. General Secretary, Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, 1933–45 (Vice-Chm. 1954); Principal, Society of the Faith, since 1906; Hon. Canon St Saviour, Southwark, 1924; Member of the Senate (1907), University Extension Board (1907), Theological Board (1909), Deputy Vice-Chancellor (1931), Chairman of Convocation and Member of the Court (1939), of the University of London

 

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A church established in a town by a group of foreign immigrants in the 16th and 17th centuries, e.g. the Dutch Church (London), or St Julian's, the Walloon church in Southampton.

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