Serve Through Love: A History of Paton Congregational College, Nottingham

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Paton Congregational College, Nottingham. The Nottingham Congregational Institute, a theological training college for Congregational Ministers, was established in Nottingham in by the Rev.

J.B. Paton. From it had premises on Forest Road. Its name was changed to Paton Congregational College in around These hundred years: a history of the Congregational Union of England and Wales, (London: Congregational Union of England and Wales, ) [Hallward Library BXP4] Turner, R.R., and Wallace, Ian H.

Serve through love = Per caritatem servite: a history of Paton Congregational College, Nottingham ([S.l.: s.n., ]) [King’s. REV. WILLIAMS, (d. ), who was associated with Dr. Paton in the Nottingham Congregational Institute, was the author of several books.

(1) "Our Iron Roads, their History, Constitution, and Administration." (2) "The Midland Railway; its Rise and Progress." (3) "An illustrated book of the Midland Railway for the use of American Visitors.". In he became the minister of Nottingham Derby Road Chapel, and so continued fifteen years, during which he took part in various philanthropic Serve Through Love: A History of Paton Congregational College, such as The Refuge, The Orphanage, The Hospital, etc.

He afterwards removed to Clapton, and later occupied the chair of Apologetics and Church History, at Regent's Park College. Raymond Porter ( - ) It wasn't until that the members were able to make an application for a full time minister and in July of that year Mr Raymond Porter, who was a student at Paton College, Nottingham, accepted the post of student minister for three.

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Thus Christ's atonement is intended for all, but. (69) The book is filled with long, glowing reports on the senior Paton's activities, achievements, and character. One of these came from the Rev. E.W. Matthews, a student under Paton at the Nottingham Congregational Institute.

Rev. William Bengo Collyer D.D., was born at Blackheath near London, Apeducated at Homerton College and settled over a Congregational Church in Peckham.

In he published a book of hymns, and in a Service Book to which he contributed eighty-nine hymns. He died Jan, 9, p. –James Canady of James City for natural love and affection which I bear to my grandson Walker Cumbo son of Turner Cumbo and Rebecca Cumbo of Chas City gives him one cow and two calves–19 Dec –rec same.

End of Charles City County abstracts. Charles City County Will Book. In brief, the Cooke family line can be traced back to the 15 th Century but its growth in power seems to lie with Edward Cooke who became Mayor of Doncaster ( ).

The associated financial status this bestowed led to a gradual acquisition of land in the area through to the 17 th century. The baronetcy was awarded to the family for their ‘suffering and loyalty to the Crown’ during. Lecture on the history of Welsh Congregationalism given by Rev.

Alan Argent at St. Fagan's, 6th October The year represents the th anniversary of the great ejections of Nonconformist ministers in England and Wales in and also the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Congregational Federation.

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13 January – Missionary Mary Slessor died at age 66 in Use Ikot Oku, Calabar (present day Nigeria). 28 January – Missionary to the New Hebrides, John Paton, died at age 82 at Canterbury, Victoria, Australia.

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