Series 112/2 - Sermon notes

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AU AU-MTC 112/2


Sermon notes


  • 1920-1929 (Creation)

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Loose papers, 6 manila folders

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S.M. Johnstone was born in Wicklow, Ireland, and educated in Dublin, London and Belfast. He was ordained in Sydney in 1904. He was General Secretary of the Church Missionary Association from 1910-1911 and then Rector of St John's Parramatta from 1911-1935. In 1926 he became the editor of the Sydney Diocesan Magazine, and from 1936-1949 served as Archdeacon of Sydney. Between 1939 and 1943 he was also honorary organising secretary of the Church of England National Emergency Fund (CENEF). He died in Victoria and is buried in Prospect church cemetery.

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  • Box: Moore College box 165
  • Box: Moore College box 166
  • Shelf: H 12