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This is the leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada containing information on financial instalments and expenditures. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
Place of Publication:
Toronto
Date of Original:
March 1922
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2011SD098
Collection:
South Dumfries Historical Society
Language of Item:
English
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2501 Longitude: -80.24966
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Leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, 1922. South Dumfries Historical Society, 1999.60.40B.
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The information and images provided are for personal research only and are not to be used for commercial purposes. Use of this information should include the credit "South Dumfries Historical Society."
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FORWARD MOVEMENT

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA

HOW THE FUND STANDS

Subscriptions totalled...................................... $5,262,659

Receipts to end of 1921 totalled,................ 3,766,660

$3,500,000, or % of the original objective of $4,000,-000, has been distributed among the participating Funds according to the percentages fixed by the Assembly. In addition, $25,000 has been paid to Montreal Presbytery for Local Church Extension, and $32,844 to Moose Jaw College, as arranged at the time of the Canvass.

The final Instalment is now overdue. Nearly $1,500,000 is yet to be received, or 28% of the total subscribed.

HOW THE MONEY IS BEING USED

Home Home Missions and Social Service

Missions and has received $1,487,500, and at the Social Service end of 1921, $1,133,785.16 had been definitely appropriated as follows:

The Erection or Purchase

of 94 Churches.............. $ 207,630.00

The Erection or Purchase

of 86 Manses.................. 142.080.00

Church Extension in Cities, including sites ...... 305,859.77

Social Service and Work among Foreign Speaking...............................J... 398,057.94

The W.M. Society for School, Home and Hospital Units...................... 80,157.45

$1,133,785.16

These undertakings are distributed among the Synods as follows:

Maritime Provinces.......... $ 95,958.52

Montreal and Ottawa...... 163,900.00

Toronto and Kingston..... 277,987.78

Hamilton and London.... 86,037.25

Manitoba........................... 55,403.00

Saskatchewan___:........... 211,688.89

Alberta................................ 92,800.00

British Columbia.... 150,009.72

$1,133,785.16

HOW THE MONEY IS BEING USED

Foreign Foreign Missions has received $700,-

JVIissicns 000, and of this $653,832 has been

appropriated for Churches, Hospitals,

Schools, Residences for Missionaries,

Dormitories and Sites, as follows:

Trinidad................................. $ 37,000

British Guiana...................... 27,000

Honan (including Tsinanfu) 164,010

Formosa...........:..................... 81,000

Shanghai................................ 25,261

South China...................:...... 44,900

Korea...................................... 144,350

Central India.......................... 105,561

Gwalior................................... 10,000

Chinese in Canada................ 14,750

$653,832

Pension Funds The Endowments of these Funds have been increased by the following amounts:

Aged and Infirm Ministers'

Fund ................................ $ 437,500

Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund (West)........ 195,508

Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund, Maritime Provinces.......................... 23,242

Theological Halifax, Montreal, Queen's and

Colleges Manitoba Colleges have each received

$43,750, and Knox, Saskatoon, Robertson and Westminster Hall each $65,-625, a total of $437,500. It is being used for clearing off indebtedness, for Endowment, the Erection or Purchase of New Buildings, and the establishment of Building Funds.

HOW THE MONEY IS BEING USED

Sabbath The $35,000 received by the Sunday

Schools and School and Young People's Societies' Young Board is being used for Extension

Peoples' Work-—promoting new Schools, reach-

Societies ing isolated homes, providing litera-

ture for Non-Anglo-Saxon boys and girls and young people, and for the support oi special workers.

Missionary and From the $26,250 received by the Deaconess Home the debt on the present Building

Training has been paid and the balance is being

Home held for Extension purposes.

Pointe-ailX- The $17,500 which these Schools

Trembles have received has been drawn upon for

Mission a new Residence for the Principal and

Schools repairs on the School Buildings.

Maintenance As agreed upon when the Canvass and Deficits * was made, $140,000 has been transferred to Budget Funds for the payment of Deficits and to help to assure an adequate Revenue for Maintenance during the collection of the Thank-Offering.

In each Congregation in which the entire amount subscribed has not been paid, it is earnestly hoped that an effort will be made immediately to secure payment in full. Urgent work waits upon the realization of this great Thank-Offering.

Copies of this leaflet may be had on application to

the Committee on Literature and Missionary

Education, 411 Confederation Life

Building, Toronto.

Issued March, 1922

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Leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada


This is the leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada containing information on financial instalments and expenditures. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.