3 edition of Report of the conference of the clergy of the Diocese of Chatham on October 19th, 1882 found in the catalog.
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OCTOBER ochesterLink Copy deadline for the November issue of Rochester Link is 4pm on Friday 16 October Copy to: [email protected] Join us on the road to Paris See page 5 for details continued on page 7 The Bishop’s Conference This was our theme and inspiration as we gathered with Bishop James at the University. On 8 May, , the Diocese of St. John was divided, and the present Diocese of Chatham created. The Rev. James Rogers was appointed the first bishop and consecrated 15 August in the same year. On his arrival at Chatham, Bishop Rogers found only seven priests to attend an immense stretch of country.
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Bishop’s Diary of DIARY OF THE BISHOP Sent out call of the Primary Convention of Report of the conference of the clergy of the Diocese of Chatham on October 19th New Diocese and notification to all the Clergy of the undivided Diocese of my choice of the New Diocese.
Rev. Samuel D. Day, Priest, from the Diocese of Central New York. October 19th,the Rev. Baldwin Dean, from. Chatham Town Centre. The Diocese is working with local people to redefine our vision for Chatham; Bishop’s Council has agreed the aim of re-missioning and committing to Chatham to grow the church numerically and spiritually.
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The Anglican Parish of Chatham, Miramichi, NB. likes 62 talking about this 28 were here. "To know CHRIST and make HIM known"5/5(2). On 8 May,the Diocese of St. John was divided, and the present Diocese of Chatham created.
The Rev. James Rogers was appointed the first bishop and consecrated 15 August in the same year. On his arrival at Chatham, Bishop Rogers found only seven priests to attend an immense stretch of country.
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