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Ceremonial sword

  • AU AU-MTC 051/13
  • Stuk
  • 1952

Ceremonial sword given to G.A. Chambers' when he returned to Tanzania in 1952 to celebrate the silver jubilee of the Diocese. It represented the fact that he had "cut through" difficulties.

Chambers, George Alexander

Diary of sermons

  • AU AU-MTC 062/2
  • Stuk
  • 1952-1968

The diary lists the topic of sermons given, which is arranged by topic and type of service, not chronology. This includes a separate list for Anzac Day services, Red Cross addresses, topics for Bible study classes and lists of sermons related to different Biblical figures and the dates the sermons were given.

Davison, Herbert Henry

World War 2 scrapbook

  • AU AU-MTC 092/17
  • Stuk
  • 1939-1945

Contains details of parishioners on active service and orders of service for use in wartime.

St John's Church, Darlinghurst

Illuminated address

  • AU AU-MTC 107/1
  • Stuk
  • 1930

Given to F.B. Boyce by the churchwardens of St Paul’s Redfern on his retirement

Boyce, Francis Bertie

Newspaper clippings

  • AU AU-MTC 124/1
  • Stuk
  • 1830-1870

Collected newspaper clippings relating to clergy

King, George

Illuminated testimonial

  • AU AU-MTC 043/4
  • Stuk
  • 1931

Presented "to the Reverend Canon R.B.S. Hammond .. from the friends and guests of Hotel Hammond"

Hammond, Robert Brodribb Stewart

Ceremonial spear

  • AU AU-MTC 145/26
  • Stuk
  • 2007

This carved stick was a personal gift to the Archbishop of Sydney from the catechist in the village of Lowainasasa on the island of Ambae in northern Vanuatu, on the occasion of the centenary celebrations in October 2007 marking the death of Rev Charles Christopher Godden. This village is the closest one to the site where Godden was shot by the aggrieved Alameamea, who had been 'blackbirded' to the Queensland canefields, badly mistreated and then repatriated to Vanuatu.
Part of the chiefly paraphernalia in Ambae and other islands in Vanuatu is the carved wooden club. Because the catechist does not have high rank in the church, his carved stick is less elaborate than the chief's club. This elderly catechist has served faithfully in the church for many decades, but has never qualified for ordained ministry. Nevertheless, he wanted to send his stick to the Archbishop as a sign of their mutual task of caring for God's people.

Jensen, Peter F.

Photograph album

  • AU AU-MTC 150/2
  • Stuk
  • 1950

Contains black and white prints of Ernest Cameron with Archbishop Mowll, the procession through Sydney to welcome the Archbishop of Canterbury Geoffrey Fisher, meetings of the Mothers' Union at Gilbulla Conference Centre and various Sydney clergymen.

Cameron, Ernest

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