New England Training School for Christian Service 1917-1918 Catalogue

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New England Deaconess Association, Training School for Christian Service, 1917-1918. 10 Deaconess Road, Boston, Mass.

At the session of the New England Conference held in Worcester, Massachusetts, April, 1889, the Conference passed resolutions looking toward the establishment of a Deaconess Home and Training School in Boston. The aim of the School is to increase the efficiency of Christian service. Three things are emphasized: mental equipment, practical experience in religious and social work, and the development of a personality radiant with the beauties of a Christlike life.


 

Names in this online transcription include Adams, Bowers, Bowman, Brackett, Bron, Bryant, Buell, Butters, Cameron, Carpenter, Carter, Chapman, Clark, Coffin, Curtis, Dalbey, Davis, Dean, Draper, Eckley, Farnsworth, France, Freeman, Frolio, Gifford, Gilbert, Halford, Halladay, Hamilton, Hardwick, Heath, Herrick, Hobart, Houghton, Hughes, Hussey, Jacobs, Jones, Kennard, King, Kinney, Magee, Martin, Mills, Mitchell, Murch, Murray, Paige, Pearson, Peterson, Pitman, Pollard, Purdy, Raddin, Ralston, Reed, Robertson, Robinson, Savage, Solomon, Terzian, Thayer, Thomas, Thompson, Tinkham, Ward, Wilbraham, Wilson.

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