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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 176 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=10mm, Gew.=231gr, [GR: 27830 - TB/Volkswirtschaft], [SW: - Business / Economics / Finance], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: UNITING FOR LARGER SERVICE UNITING for LARGER SERVICE A book telling what can be accomplished by Federated Churches, and ho w to organize them BY REV. JOHN W. HOYT, JR., B. S., M. A., B. D. Associate Pastor of the El Dorado County Federated Church, Placertrille, Calif., 1928-1934. Co-Pastor, June-September, 1934 Pastor of Fair Oaks Federated Church FOREWORD BY PROR JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, D. D., LL. D. San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California G. P. PUTNAMS SONS NEW YORK LONDON 1935 CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE ix FOREWORD xiii CHAPTER I. THE CRIME OF OVERCHURCHED COMMUNITIES 17 II. SURVEYING THE FIELD 27 III. STEPS IN ORGANIZATION .... 39 IV. ARTICLES OF FEDERATION .... 50 V. GOVERNING BOARDS 65 VI. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 75 VII. SELECTION OF PASTORS .... 88 VIII. RELATIONS BETWEEN PASTORS . . 99 IX. BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ... 113 X. A FIFTY-FIFTY BASIS 126 XI. THE FEDERATED CHURCH AND ITS DENOMINATIONS 137 XII. DOCTRINE, WORSHIP, AND THE SAC RAMENTS 147 XIII. DOES FEDERATION STAND THE TEST 167 BIBLIOGRAPHY 176 vii PREFACE THIS is a period of time in which the Churches of Christ face strong competition. An increasing number of attractions are claiming the attention of people who a few years ago would have been challenged to activity in the religious field, With these competitive attractions come increased temptations through which people are led away from the cultivation of their spiritual natures. In the face of this problem, the Christian forces are coming to realize that they must put forward as powerful an appeal and as effective a work as possible. In many communities, Christian work is weakened by competition of churches. There are places where there are more churches thanthe community can support. A large num ber of such communities have either solved or relieved such conditions by the formation of Federated Churches. Other communities should take advantage of this or some other means of united church work. It is in the hope that the movement for federation may spread that this book is written. The material included in it is intended to suggest possible modes of procedure to any who may seek to organize Federated Churches. All information given is based on the experience of one or more churches of this type, so as to remove the book from the realm of hypothesis and theory, to the level of practical conclusions resulting from experimentation in various methods. ix Preface Not the least of the obstacles standing in the way of the organization of Federated Churches at the present time, and also in. the way of church union on a larger scale, is the prevalent opinion that the union of different denomi nations is impractical. The fear is constant that the de nominations will not play fair with each other in such plans of work. There is a consequent weakness of faith in the possibilities of church union in general. If this book serves to strengthen that faith and to help federated churches of the future to avoid some of the mistakes of the past as well as profit by the successful methods of their predecessors, it will accomplish its purpose. The Author wishes to express his gratitude and ac knowledge his indebtedness to Rev. John E. Wishart, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in San Francisco Theological Seminary, and chairman of the Committee on Church Union of the Presbyterian Synod of California for his gracious words of introduction to his wife, Anna J.Hoyt, for her suggestions and painstaking care in reading and correcting the manuscript to his mother Mary E. L. Hoyt, for helpful suggestions to his father, Rev. John W. Hoyt, for material gathered out of his ac quaintance with a large number of churches and com munities as Sunday School Missionary in the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Oklahoma to Miss Leila Luther for her efficient work in copying the manu script to Rev. A. G. McVay, and Rev. J. L... UNITING FOR LARGER SERVICE UNITING for LARGER SERVICE A book telling what can be accomplished by Federated Churches, and ho w to organize them BY REV. JOHN W. HOYT, JR., B. S., M. A., B. D. Associate Pastor of the El Dorado County Federated Church, Placertrille, Calif., 1928-1934. Co-Pastor, June-September, 1934 Pastor of Fair Oaks Federated Church FOREWORD BY PROR JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, D. D., LL. D. San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California G. P. PUTNAMS SONS NEW YORK LONDON 1935 CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE ix FOREWORD xiii CHAPTER I. THE CRIME OF OVERCHURCHED COMMUNITIES 17 II. SURVEYING THE FIELD 27 III. STEPS IN ORGANIZATION .... 39 IV. ARTICLES OF FEDERATION .... 50 V. GOVERNING BOARDS 65 VI. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 75 VII. SELECTION OF PASTORS .... 88 VIII. RELATIONS BETWEEN PASTORS . . 99 IX. BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ... 113 X. A FIFTY-FIFTY BASIS 126 XI. THE FEDERATED CHURCH AND ITS DENOMINATIONS 137 XII. DOCTRINE, WORSHIP, AND THE SAC RAMENTS 147 XIII. DOES FEDERATION STAND THE TEST 167 BIBLIOGRAPHY 176 vii PREFACE THIS is a period of time in which the Churches of Christ face strong competition. An increasing number of attractions are claiming the attention of people who a few years ago would have been challenged to activity in the religious field, With these competitive attractions come increased temptations through which people are led away from the cultivation of their spiritual natures. In the face of this problem, the Christian forces are coming to realize that they must put forward as powerful an appeal and as effective a work as possible. In many communities, Christian work is weakened by competition of churches. There are places where there are more churches thanthe community can support. A large num ber of such communities have either solved or relieved such conditions by the formation of Federated Churches. Other communities should take advantage of this or some other means of united church work. It is in the hope that the movement for federation may spread that this book is written. The material included in it is intended to suggest possible modes of procedure to any who may seek to organize Federated Churches. All information given is based on the experience of one or more churches of this type, so as to remove the book from the realm of hypothesis and theory, to the level of practical conclusions resulting from experimentation in various methods. ix Preface Not the least of the obstacles standing in the way of the organization of Federated Churches at the present time, and also in. the way of church union on a larger scale, is the prevalent opinion that the union of different denomi nations is impractical. The fear is constant that the de nominations will not play fair with each other in such plans of work. There is a consequent weakness of faith in the possibilities of church union in general. If this book serves to strengthen that faith and to help federated churches of the future to avoid some of the mistakes of the past as well as profit by the successful methods of their predecessors, it will accomplish its purpose. The Author wishes to express his gratitude and ac knowledge his indebtedness to Rev. John E. Wishart, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in San Francisco Theological Seminary, and chairman of the Committee on Church Union of the Presbyterian Synod of California for his gracious words of introduction to his wife, Anna J.Hoyt, for her suggestions and painstaking care in reading and correcting the manuscript to his mother Mary E. L. Hoyt, for helpful suggestions to his father, Rev. John W. Hoyt, for material gathered out of his ac quaintance with a large number of churches and com munities as Sunday School Missionary in the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Oklahoma to Miss Leila Luther for her efficient work in copying the manu script to Rev. A. G. McVay, and Rev. J. L...

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[EAN: 9781406774153], Neubuch, [PU: Sufi Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Uniting for Larger Service, John W Hoyt, UNITING FOR LARGER SERVICE UNITING for LARGER SERVICE A book telling what can be accomplished by Federated Churches, and ho w to organize them BY REV. JOHN W. HOYT, JR., B. S., M. A., B. D. Associate Pastor of the El Dorado County Federated Church, Placertrille, Calif., 1928-1934. Co-Pastor, June-September, 1934 Pastor of Fair Oaks Federated Church FOREWORD BY PROR JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, D. D., LL. D. San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California G. P. PUTNAMS SONS NEW YORK LONDON 1935 CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE ix FOREWORD xiii CHAPTER I. THE CRIME OF OVERCHURCHED COMMUNITIES 17 II. SURVEYING THE FIELD 27 III. STEPS IN ORGANIZATION . 39 IV. ARTICLES OF FEDERATION . 50 V. GOVERNING BOARDS 65 VI. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 75 VII. SELECTION OF PASTORS . 88 VIII. RELATIONS BETWEEN PASTORS . . 99 IX. BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY . 113 X. A FIFTY-FIFTY BASIS 126 XI. THE FEDERATED CHURCH AND ITS DENOMINATIONS 137 XII. DOCTRINE, WORSHIP, AND THE SAC RAMENTS 147 XIII. DOES FEDERATION STAND THE TEST 167 BIBLIOGRAPHY 176 vii PREFACE THIS is a period of time in which the Churches of Christ face strong competition. An increasing number of attractions are claiming the attention of people who a few years ago would have been challenged to activity in the religious field, With these competitive attractions come increased temptations through which people are led away from the cultivation of their spiritual natures. In the face of this problem, the Christian forces are coming to realize that they must put forward as powerful an appeal and as effective a work as possible. In many communities, Christian work is weakened by competition of churches. There are places where there are more churches thanthe community can support. A large num ber of such communities have either solved or relieved such conditions by the formation of Federated Churches. Other communities should take advantage of this or some other means of united church work. It is in the hope that the movement for federation may spread that this book is written. The material included in it is intended to suggest possible modes of procedure to any who may seek to organize Federated Churches. All information given is based on the experience of one or more churches of this type, so as to remove the book from the realm of hypothesis and theory, to the level of practical conclusions resulting from experimentation in various methods. ix Preface Not the least of the obstacles standing in the way of the organization of Federated Churches at the present time, and also in. the way of church union on a larger scale, is the prevalent opinion that the union of different denomi nations is impractical. The fear is constant that the de nominations will not play fair with each other in such plans of work. There is a consequent weakness of faith in the possibilities of church union in general. If this book serves to strengthen that faith and to help federated churches of the future to avoid some of the mistakes of the past as well as profit by the successful methods of their predecessors, it will accomplish its purpose. The Author wishes to express his gratitude and ac knowledge his indebtedness to Rev. John E. Wishart, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in San Francisco Theological Seminary, and chairman of the Committee on Church Union of the Presbyterian Synod of California for his gracious words of introduction to his wife, Anna J.Hoyt, for her suggestions and painstaking care in reading and correcting the manuscript to his mother Mary E. L. Hoyt, for helpful suggestions to his father, Rev. John W. Hoyt, for material gathered out of his ac quaintance with a large number of churches and com munities as Sunday School Missionary in the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Oklahoma to Miss Leila Luther for her efficient work in copying the manu script to Rev. A. G. McVay, and Rev. J. L.

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[EAN: 9781406774153], Neubuch, Print on Demand. UNITING FOR LARGER SERVICE UNITING for LARGER SERVICE A book telling what can be accomplished by Federated Churches, and ho w to organize them BY REV. JOHN W. HOYT, JR., B. S., M. A., B. D. Associate Pastor of the El Dorado County Federated Church, Placertrille, Calif., 1928-1934. Co-Pastor, June-September, 1934 Pastor of Fair Oaks Federated Church FOREWORD BY PROR JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, D. D., LL. D. San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California G. P. PUTNAMS SONS NEW YORK LONDON 1935 CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE ix FOREWORD xiii CHAPTER I. THE CRIME OF OVERCHURCHED COMMUNITIES 17 II. SURVEYING THE FIELD 27 III. STEPS IN ORGANIZATION . 39 IV. ARTICLES OF FEDERATION . 50 V. GOVERNING BOARDS 65 VI. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 75 VII. SELECTION OF PASTORS . 88 VIII. RELATIONS BETWEEN PASTORS . . 99 IX. BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY . 113 X. A FIFTY-FIFTY BASIS 126 XI. THE FEDERATED CHURCH AND ITS DENOMINATIONS 137 XII. DOCTRINE, WORSHIP, AND THE SAC RAMENTS 147 XIII. DOES FEDERATION STAND THE TEST 167 BIBLIOGRAPHY 176 vii PREFACE THIS is a period of time in which the Churches of Christ face strong competition. An increasing number of attractions are claiming the attention of people who a few years ago would have been challenged to activity in the religious field, With these competitive attractions come increased temptations through which people are led away from the cultivation of their spiritual natures. In the face of this problem, the Christian forces are coming to realize that they must put forward as powerful an appeal and as effective a work as possible. In many communities, Christian work is weakened by competition of churches. There are places where there are more churches thanthe community can support. A large num ber of such communities have either solved or relieved such conditions by the formation of Federated Churches. Other communities should take advantage of this or some other means of united church work. It is in the hope that the movement for federation may spread that this book is written. The material included in it is intended to suggest possible modes of procedure to any who may seek to organize Federated Churches. All information given is based on the experience of one or more churches of this type, so as to remove the book from the realm of hypothesis and theory, to the level of practical conclusions resulting from experimentation in various methods. ix Preface Not the least of the obstacles standing in the way of the organization of Federated Churches at the present time, and also in. the way of church union on a larger scale, is the prevalent opinion that the union of different denomi nations is impractical. The fear is constant that the de nominations will not play fair with each other in such plans of work. There is a consequent weakness of faith in the possibilities of church union in general. If this book serves to strengthen that faith and to help federated churches of the future to avoid some of the mistakes of the past as well as profit by the successful methods of their predecessors, it will accomplish its purpose. The Author wishes to express his gratitude and ac knowledge his indebtedness to Rev. John E. Wishart, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in San Francisco Theological Seminary, and chairman of the Committee on Church Union of the Presbyterian Synod of California for his gracious words of introduction to his wife, Anna J.Hoyt, for her suggestions and painstaking care in reading and correcting the manuscript to his mother Mary E. L. Hoyt, for helpful suggestions to his father, Rev. John W. Hoyt, for material gathered out of his ac quaintance with a large number of churches and com munities as Sunday School Missionary in the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Oklahoma to Miss Leila Luther for her efficient work in copying the manu script to Rev. A. G. McVay, and Rev. J. L. 176 pages.

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UNITING FOR LARGER SERVICE UNITING for LARGER SERVICE A book telling what can be accomplished by Federated Churches, and ho w to organize them BY REV. JOHN W. HOYT, JR., B. S., M. A., B. D. Associate Pastor of the El Dorado County Federated Church, Placertrille, Calif., 1928-1934. Co-Pastor, June-September, 1934 Pastor of Fair Oaks Federated Church FOREWORD BY PROR JOHN ELLIOTT WISHART, D. D., LL. D. San Francisco Theological Seminary, San Anselmo, California G. P. PUTNAMS SONS NEW YORK LONDON 1935 CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE ix FOREWORD xiii CHAPTER I. THE CRIME OF OVERCHURCHED COMMUNITIES 17 II. SURVEYING THE FIELD 27 III. STEPS IN ORGANIZATION .... 39 IV. ARTICLES OF FEDERATION .... 50 V. GOVERNING BOARDS 65 VI. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 75 VII. SELECTION OF PASTORS .... 88 VIII. RELATIONS BETWEEN PASTORS . . 99 IX. BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ... 113 X. A FIFTY-FIFTY BASIS 126 XI. THE FEDERATED CHURCH AND ITS DENOMINATIONS 137 XII. DOCTRINE, WORSHIP, AND THE SAC RAMENTS 147 XIII. DOES FEDERATION STAND THE TEST 167 BIBLIOGRAPHY 176 vii PREFACE THIS is a period of time in which the Churches of Christ face strong competition. An increasing number of attractions are claiming the attention of people who a few years ago would have been challenged to activity in the religious field, With these competitive attractions come increased temptations through which people are led away from the cultivation of their spiritual natures. In the face of this problem, the Christian forces are coming to realize that they must put forward as powerful an appeal and as effective a work as possible. In many communities, Christian work is weakened by competition of churches. There are places where there are more churches thanthe community can support. A large num ber of such communities have either solved or relieved such conditions by the formation of Federated Churches. Other communities should take advantage of this or some other means of united church work. It is in the hope that the movement for federation may spread that this book is written. The material included in it is intended to suggest possible modes of procedure to any who may seek to organize Federated Churches. All information given is based on the experience of one or more churches of this type, so as to remove the book from the realm of hypothesis and theory, to the level of practical conclusions resulting from experimentation in various methods. ix Preface Not the least of the obstacles standing in the way of the organization of Federated Churches at the present time, and also in. the way of church union on a larger scale, is the prevalent opinion that the union of different denomi nations is impractical. The fear is constant that the de nominations will not play fair with each other in such plans of work. There is a consequent weakness of faith in the possibilities of church union in general. If this book serves to strengthen that faith and to help federated churches of the future to avoid some of the mistakes of the past as well as profit by the successful methods of their predecessors, it will accomplish its purpose. The Author wishes to express his gratitude and ac knowledge his indebtedness to Rev. John E. Wishart, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Theology in San Francisco Theological Seminary, and chairman of the Committee on Church Union of the Presbyterian Synod of California for his gracious words of introduction to his wife, Anna J.Hoyt, for her suggestions and painstaking care in reading and correcting the manuscript to his mother Mary E. L. Hoyt, for helpful suggestions to his father, Rev. John W. Hoyt, for material gathered out of his ac quaintance with a large number of churches and com munities as Sunday School Missionary in the States of Oregon, Washington, California and Oklahoma to Miss Leila Luther for her efficient work in copying the manu script to Rev. A. G. McVay, and Rev. J. L...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406774153
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406774154
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Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: DODO PR
176 Pages
Weight: 0,231 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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