Victoria Truth Centre Directory
Directory of the Victoria Truth Centre, 720 Fort St., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. [This item is Undated]
The general purpose of the organization shall be "to establish the Kingdom of Jesus Christ on earth and, specifically, to promote the spirit of love and fellowship among its members." The history of the organization dates back to April 12th, 1923, at which time the New Thought Temple was incorporated. In March of 1934 a merger was effected with the Unity Centre, a society which had been in existence about the same length of time. The joint organization adopted the name of Victoria Truth Centre.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Bawdon, Beckton, Benson, Bevan, Blair, Braley, Brethour, Brown, Buhlin, Campbell, Catterall, Clark, Colebourne, Crawford, Critoph, Dennison, Dowling, Durrant, Easson, Eccles, Ellis, Elrick, Fawcett, Findlay, Franklin, Galloway, Gann, Garner, Gilson, Glassford, Godfrey, Goldfinch, Goodman, Gordon, Grant, Green, Gurney, Hamilton, Handley, Head, Heddle, Hill, Holl, Hood, Humber, Hutchison, Jackson, James, Keating, Keddy, Kezier, Lenfesty, Lock, Longlands, Lorenz, Lush, Main, Masters, McCarthy, McLeod, McRaild, Monaghan, Morton, Moss, Mutch, Nason, Nielson, Pearson, Petch, Pomeroy, Porteous, Pratt, Rawlinson, Richdale, Rowland, Samis, Scott, Sedgley, Seven, Sharp, Shaw, Smethurst, Smiley, Smith, Steele, Stephen, Thompson, Thomson, Tuck, Wain, Walker, Wardman, Warn, Watkins, Weston, Whittaker, Whyte.
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