Epworth Leagues
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Epworth Leagues a few present-day thoughts. by Robert W. Dillon

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Paginationpp. 153-160.
Number of Pages160
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Open LibraryOL19633069M

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About this Item: Epworth League, Chattanooga, Hardcover. Condition: Good+. First Edition; First Printing. Pictorial gray paper over boards with black titles and maroon backstrip. Text block was side-stapled and then glued into covers. This copy shows evidence . The Epworth League: Its Place in Methodism: Author: John Bunyan Robinson: Publisher: Cranston and Stowe, Original from: Columbia University: Digitized: Length: pages. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Fifty Literary Evenings for Epworth Leagues and the Home Circle is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans Elektronisches Buch is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. Get this from a library! Practical plans: a book of Epworth League methods for use of pastors, officers and members of Epworth Leagues and other young people's societies. [A C Crews].

The Epworth League Its Place in Methodism A Manual. Posted on by dyga Leave a Comment on The Epworth League Its Place in Methodism A Manual. EPWORTH LEAGUE. The EPWORTH LEAGUE, which set a pattern for church youth organizations, was founded at Cleveland's Central Methodist Church on 14 and 15 May Within 10 years it claimed over million members in 19, chapters internationally. Prior to , as many as 5 young people's organizations existed in the Methodist Episcopal church, among them: the Methodist Alliance, . The Epworth League is a young adult group who is passionate about missions, community, and growing in your faith. We have all sorts of trips and events throughout the year like a spring break trip to the Texas Gulf Coast or a hiking retreat to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and more! Lambertville Epworth League Secretary's Book Roll of Active Members Indexed by Alice Sexton and Mary Vergowven Page 1. Name Page Entry Number Notes Allman, Homer 11 29 Slick, Corinne 11 30 Farnham, Taylor 11 31 Cooley, Franklin 11 32 Corl, Martha 11 33 Janney, W. P. (Mrs.) 11

Epworth League Book Blog Friends for FAM Give COVID Policies Home About Us Get Involved Epworth League Book Blog Friends for FAM Give FAM Houston. Working for justice by building empowered community among refugees, immigrants, and local Houstonians. The Epworth League was founded on May 14th, to help develop godliness and loyalty to God and our Church among the young people. It is the first denominational youth work in the history of the Christian Church. PURPOSE. The purpose of the Epworth League shall be to make disciples for Jesus Christ (Matthew ). This shall be achieved. The League had Bible studies, organized social events, and raised money for the Church and community. Lee Chapel's Epworth League Chapter was organized in and functioned until nearly In it shows a membership of Please note Epworth League tabs above for the Record book, Roll of members, and Minutes. The Epworth League is always up to something together, whether it’s Sunday afternoon book club or game night at Tea + Victory or showing up with neighbors in a city park for a community event. Connect with the Epworth League on FB & IG for updates!