The -frond Dominion Conference of delegates from Presbyterian Sunday schools wa* resumed in First Church Hall at 6.30 r, m. Y-fteiclay. Mr K. Duncan P«|"dedThe attendance was about 35. The following motions were carried: Hy Rev J C. Jamieson: " That It be a recommendation to the Theological Committee that child study and Sunday school methods be included in of the students of our Cliurch." Bv Mr I). Beath : " That every church be urged to adopt the cabinet system for the management of the youth work." Bv Rev? H. H. Barton t "That this Dominion Conference of Sunday school superintendents and teacher* place on record their heartv appreciation of the great services rendered by the Rev. J. Mackenzie, M A., the late senior convener of the Youth of the Church Committee. Mr Mackenzie's wide acquaintance with the Sunday school movment throughout the world, his clear and statesmanlike grasp of the Sunday school work of our Church, his able advocacy of a sanely-progressive policy, and his constant application to the task of Sunday school administration made him an Invaluable asset to the Sunday school work of the Dominion, and the conference wish hiir prosperity in his new sphere." By Mr B. Blair» "That future conferences of Sunday school teachers be held annually during Easter holidays." By Rev. H. H. Barton: "That the schools be urged to support tbe Sunday school extension agent as part of their necessary work." By Rev. H. H. Barton: * That the question of a uniform hymnal or hymnals for Sunday schools be referred to tbe Auckland committee for consideration, to ba brought up at the coming Easter conference." The conference closed at 7.30 p.m.
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PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOLS, Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOLS Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
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