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This is the Program of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church in Canada held in St. Andrews Church in Windsor, Ont., on April 23-26, 1923. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
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April 1923
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South Dumfries Historical Society
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English
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2501 Longitude: -80.24966
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Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church, 1923. South Dumfries Historical Society, 1999.60.40A.
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GOD SAVE THE KING

Love of Christ Constraineth us.

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Please preserve this Programme and bring it with you.

Whatsoeverfhy Jiand findeth to do, do it with thy might.

"We can show our Gratitude to God by showing Kindness to Sis needy children.'

Ye that are the Lord's remembrancers, Jceep silence, and give Him no rest.—Is. 62:6-7.

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Tuesday, April 24th, at 8 o'clock

Mrs. J. D. Walker, Presiding

Hymn 648

Scripture Mrs. Chas. Robertson, Toronto

Prayer—King and Empire

Solo

Offering

Address—"Our Work in Canada"

Mrs. Daniel Strachan, Toronto Hymn 645

Benediction Rev. H. M. Paulin, B.A., Windsor

Wednesday, April 2Sth, at 9.30 o'clock

9.30 a.m. Hymn 270

9.40a.m. Prayer (Seed Time and Harvest)

Mrs. E. E. Kitchen, Pres. Paris Pres'l. 9.50a.m. Minutes. Miss M. Russell, Act. Sec. 10.10a.m. Presbyterial Reports Algoma Glengarry Lanark and

Barrie Guelph Renfrew

Brockville Hamilton Lindsay

Bruce Huron London

Chatham Kingston Maitland

North Bay

11.00 a.m. Devotional Exercises

Mrs. J. M. McEvoy, London

11.10a.m. Presbyterial Reports (Continued)

Billings Copper Cliff Orangeville Ottawa Owen Sound 12.00 Business Adjourn

Paris

Peterboro

Sarnia

Saugeen

Stratford

Superior

Sudbury

Temiskaming

Toronto

Whitby

Wednesday, April 25th, at 1.30 o'clock

Mrs. J. D. Walker, Presiding.

1.30 p.m. Prayer Service

Mrs. W. J. Cramm, Leader

2.00 p.m. Organization Conferences

Senior Auxiliaries Y.W.A. and C.G.I.T. Mission Bands

2.45 p.m. Hymn 546

2.55 p.m. Minutes Miss M. Russell, Acting Sec

3.10 p.m. Reports from Conferences Senior Auxiliaries Y.W.A. and C.G.I.T, Mission Bands

j 3.45 p.m. Address .

Leadership, Mrs. F. Rae, Unionville

4.10 p.m. Prayer 4.20 p.m. Address—INDIA Adjourn

Dr. Chone Olive

Life consists not in what we get out of it, ~but in what we put into it.

And a thousand million lives are his, Who carries the world in his sympathies, To Give is to Live.

had only one Son; and He was a Foreign Missionary

hristian life is worth anything that does no put you to doing definite Christian work.

Thursday, April 26th, at 9.30 o'clock

Wednesday, April 25th, at 8 o'clock

Hymn

Prelude Hymn 376 Scripture

Organist, St. Andrews Church

Mrs. Jas. Hamilton, Godefich

Prayer

Missionaries, Nurses, Doctors, and other workers

Quartette

Offering Address

Some Salient Features of Our Work Abroad

Rev. A. E. Armstrong, M.A., Assoc. Sec. F.M.B., Toronto

Benediction

Rev. H. M. Paulin, Windsor

Devotional Half Hour

Mrs. J..-R. McDonald, Stratford

Prayer for New Canadians, Jews, Lepers, Etc.

10.10 a.m. Minutes Miss M. Russell, Acting Sec.

10.25 a.m. Business

Finance

Representation

Resolutions from Presbyterials

Forward Movement

New Business

1 1.45 a.m. Report of Nominating Committee Election of Officers Installation of Officers

Prayer for the New Board

Mrs. D. Strachan

Who "knoweth whether thou art come to the Kingdom for such a time as this.

Be Strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Eph. 6:10.

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o home to thy friends and tell them how great things the Lord hath done for thee. Mark 5:19

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Thursday, April 26th, at 2 o'clock

Prayer Service Led by Mrs. R. Barbour, Franktown Provincial Work

2.30 p.m. Hymn 388

Scripture Reading

Prayer—-Our Church

Mrs. W. A. McLennan, Lindsay

.45 p.m. Minutes Mrs. Chas. G. Begg, Toronto 3.00 p.m. Address

Social Service and Immigration

Mrs. Jos. M. West, Toronto

Hymn 556 Address Arrangements for Next Annual Meeting

What Have We Learned From These Meetings?

Reports

Registration

Convener on Resolutions

Closing Prayer

Mrs. J. D. Walker, Toronto

Convenors of Committees

General....................Miss Mary Brown, (31 Goyeau

St., Windsor

Billeting.................. Miss Helen Bartlet, 43 Victoria

Ave., Windsor.

Social...................... Mrs. Andrew Braid, 572 Victoria

Ave., Windsor.

Entertainment........ Mrs. A. E. Lech, 13 Giles Blvd.,

Windsor.

Reception................Mrs. Chas. Scott, 1 1 04 Ouellette

Ave., Windsor.

Publicity...............Mrs. W. F. Westover, 93 Kildare

Road Walkersville.

Registration............Mrs. Neil McLarty, 258 Winder-mere Road, Walkerville.

Literature................Mrs. G. E. Bredenburg, 41 Randolph St., Sandwich.

Music....................... Mrs. Geo. F. MacDonald, 445

Victoria Ave., Windsor.

Ushers.....................Miss Hattie MacArthur, 409

Wyandotte St. W.

Post Office.... .........Mrs. Walton, 8 Alexander Apts..,

Windsor.

Telephone.............. Mrs. Jno. Merrith, 336 Pelissier

St., Windsor.

Sec. of Railways....Mrs. J. G. Gauld, Hamilton

// God ~be for us, who can be against us.

List of Officers, 1922

Honorary President............................Mrs. McQuesten

President................................ .Mrs. J. D. Walker

1st Vice-President............,...............Mrs. C. Robertson

2nd Vice-President..................._..,_Mrs. Jas. Hamilton

3rd Vice-President.. ....... .............Mrs. H. S. Graham

4th Vice-President.....................Mrs. W. H. Cramm

5th Vice-President..........................Mrs. J. M. McEvoy

6th Vice-President..................... ....Mrs. McDonald

Recording Secretary............................Mrs. C. G. Begg

Corresponding Secretary..............Mrs. Fred H. Ross

Mission Band Secretary..................Miss A. M. Rennie

Press Secretary................... ...Mrs. E. F. McL. Smith

Exchange Secretary.........................Miss M. Hopkirk

Home Helpers Secretary...............Mrs. J. W. Milne

Costumes Secretary.....................Mrs. R. J. McLean

Library Secretary........__.............. ....Mrs. J. J. Bell

Life Membership Secretary............Mrs. F. Matheson

Literature Secretary...........................Miss H. Little

Strangers Secretary___......____...Miss E. L. Mowat

Supply Secretary................................Mrs. Chas. Millar

Forward Movement See..^.........Mrs. W. J. Hacldow

Y.W. Auxiliary Sec.....................Miss 1. Malcolrnson

Banner Secretary.............................Mrs. J. A. Cranston

Treasurer......................................__Mrs. J. G. Gauld

Members without

Portfolio in Toronto

Mrs. F. Rae

Mrs. John Cowan

Mrs. James Litster

Mrs. A. McMillan

Members without

Portfolio Outside of Toronto

Mrs. Dobson Mrs. R. Barbour Mrs. J. C. Forster Miss B. Armstrong

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Ninth Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church


This is the Program of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church in Canada held in St. Andrews Church in Windsor, Ont., on April 23-26, 1923. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.