MRS. M. BREAVER'B POST THE SPIRITUALIST 4 ' CHURCH ./ Advice that her name has beftt: placed on the list of officiating minis- 4 ,; ters under The Marriage Act. 1908, has been received by Mrs. M. Dreaver, a'j* member of the Auckland Hospital? Board, who has been appointed a minis* ter of the Spiritualist Church of Zealand. She is the first woman mitrs-' ter appointed by the Church, aithov.gbV five men hold similar positions in other parts of New Zealand. The advice which Mrs. Dreaver has received is from the office of the Regß|§ trar-General, and states that the in-.; elusion of her name in the list of effi* dating, ministers will-be notified in i;be next issue of the Gazette. The Spirits ualist Church of New Zealand was i»*'< corporated by Act of Parliament in*'-, 1924, and has branches in many centres. Mrs. Dreaver will act as pastor of th® Auckland branch of the Church, in | Karangahape Road. Ijggjß
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WOMAN MINISTER, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXI, Issue 21972, 1 December 1934
WOMAN MINISTER New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXI, Issue 21972, 1 December 1934
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