East End Youth Ministry 1880-1957

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The 19th-century was a crucial time for the development of youth ministry. The East End of London was a hothouse for radical thinking and pioneering practice. This book traces the history of youth ministry during this period to the middle of the 20th-century. It focusses on the Canning Town area and the Docklands Settlement Movement in particular as a case study
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  • By Brian Palmer
    Mar 4, 2016
    This book is a huge disappointment to me.I was born and raised in Plaistow in the 30's, 40's and fifties, so I was hoping to learn about more than the policies of the Chuch of England. The context and local social environment are sketched in, but surely are so causal to these ministries that we can get no real understanding of their effectiveness because the local environment is so thinly covered, especially since there is not one description of a local individual or family who were impacted. What I remember is a society which managed very well by attending church for weddings and little else. My parents were married at St Lukes.
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Rev Dr Steve Griffiths
September 29, 2011
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