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REES, Beddoe (died 1931), Joint-Treasurer, National Free Church Council of England; ex-President, National Free Church Council, Wales

LAW, Thomas (1854 - 1910), Methodist minister; Secretary of the National Free Church Council from 1895

BROOK, David (1854 - 1933), ex-President, the United Methodist Free Churches; ex-President National Council of Free Churches; ex-Moderator of Federal Council of the Free Churches

GILLIE, Robert Calder (1865 - 1941), Minister Emeritus of Presbyterian Church of England; Ex-President National Council of the Evangelical Free Churches; ex-Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of England

CARTER, Henry (1874 - 1951), Chairman: World Council of Churches Standing Conference on Refugees; of Christian Council for Refugees; Chairman of Executive of Temperance Council of the Christian Churches of England and Wales; Chairman of National Peace Council; Chairman of Executive of Council of Christians and Jews

BERRY, Charles Albert (1852 - 1899), Pastor of Queen Street Congregational Church, Wolverhampton, from 1883; Chairman (1897) of Congregational Union of England and Wales; First President National Council of Evangelical Free Churches

Embattled Ecumenism: The National Council of Churches, the Vietnam War, and the Trials of the Protestant Left

Jill K. Gill. Embattled Ecumenism: The National Council of Churches, the Vietnam War, and the Trials of the Protestant Left.

COLVILLE, James (died 1953), Minister St Peter’s Presbyterian Church, Upper Tooting, since 1922; Moderator of General Assembly of Presbyterian Church of England, 1945–46; Pres. National Free Church Council, 1937–38

 

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The National Council of Churches of Christ in America (commonly known as the National Council of Churches [NCC]), an association of major Protestant denominations, was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1950.

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