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Corner For The Preacher, A



Who were the Bible Christians? Where did they come from? Where did they settle in North America? In her series of books, Sher Leetooze tells us the fascinating story of this offshoot of Methodism.

In A Corner For The Preacher she looks at where they lived in Devon and Cornwall and follows them to their ports of departure. Through diaries and letters, we accompany them on their perilous journey across the North Atlantic, we find out what happened to them and how they felt about their decision to emigrate. We then follow them to their new homes in Ontario and Prince Edward Island.

In Bible Christian Chapels of the Canadian Conference, we look at over 230 chapels that they built across North America, including three U.S. states. We find out when the chapels were built, who built them and who gave the land.

In The Damascus Road, we meet the ministers who not only served the circuits but who also were the pioneering missionaries to all parts of the country who they were, where they came from and what happened to them as they gave their lives to their congregations.

This trilogy is a must read for anyone interested in seeing how the pioneers in Canada lived, no matter what their religious preference.

2005 370p photos, maps, index of names

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  • ISBN: 0-9737330-2-0

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