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Annual report of Tenghsien Station, American Presbyterian Mission Shantung, China

for the latter half of the year 1918

by American Presbyterian Mission in Shantung, China

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Published by University Press in Tsinan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • China American Presbyterian Mission in Shantung,
  • Description and travel,
  • Missions,
  • Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.

  • Edition Notes

    Prepared by A.B. Dodd.

    Other titlesAlumni collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26356979M
    OCLC/WorldCa936404203

    Report of the East Shantung China Mission () Creator: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Shantung Mission (East) Published/Created: n.p.] Physical Description: 9 p. ; 22 cm. Topics: Missions--Periodicals Language: English Format: Text Content Type: .   A Letter from Judy Chan, serving in China July Write to Judy Chan Individuals: Give online to E for Judy Chan’s sending and supportCongregations: Give to D for Judy Chan’s sending and support Churches are asked to send donations through your congregation’s normal receiving site (this is usually your presbytery).Subscribe.

    The Jiangyin Mission Station: An American Missionary Community in China, (The James Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science Book 61) - Kindle edition by Kessler, Lawrence D.. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ (3). Minutes of the Annual Meeting, Shantung Mission () Creator: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Shantung Mission Published/Created: Tsingtao The Mission Physical Description: p. ; 22 cm. Topics: Missions--Periodicals Language: English Format: Text Content Type: Books, Journals & Pamphlets Rights.

    Annual report of the West Shantung Mission () Creator: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Shantung Mission (West) Published/Created: Shanghai Physical Description: 70 p. ; 22 cm. Topics: Missions--Periodicals Language: English Format: Text Content Type: Books, Journals & Pamphlets Rights. The defeat of China by Great Britain in the First Opium War resulted in the Treaty of Nanking in which opened to trade, residence by foreigners, and missionary activity five Chinese port cities: Guangzhou ("Canton"), Xiamen ("Amoy"), Fuzhou ("Foochow"), Ningbo ("Ningpo"), and Shanghai. Protestant missionary organizations established themselves in the open cities.


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Page - Missions, which organization had support from a considerable proportion of American Presbyterians of the New School body untilwhen the reunion of Old School and New School branches took place.

In the readjustment, the mission of Syria was transferred to the Presbyterian Board. Jerusalem was selected as the first station, but was soon abandoned for Beirut. The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Statement on Relations Between the Christian Communities in China and the United States was adopted by the General Assembly in A current issue: The China Christian Council supports the “reunification” of China, believing Taiwan is part of China mainland.

The American Presbyterian Mission in Shantung During Fifty Years: J86l JU, By the; Rev. Hunter Coreett, D.D., LL.D. Ill May of iS6i the Rev. Samuel R. Gaylcy and wife, after four years spent in Shanghai, removed to Tengchowfu city on the East coast of the Shantung province, to open a Mission : Hunter Corbett.

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Annual Report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America, Issue Author: Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Foreign Missions: Published: Original from: Harvard University: Digitized:. The Divinity Library's Day Missions Collection holds a large amount of missionary reports that have been digitized with grants from the Arcadia fund () and the National Endowment for the Humanities ().

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