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Church Army

a voluntary Anglican organization founded in 1882 to assist the parish clergy
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  • I could not help remembering the church army Lodging-house at home.

    Changing China William Gascoyne-Cecil
  • Ask the head of the church army if a thief is never converted at almost the last moment in his evil career!

    The Angel Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • They said hundreds were turned away from the church army Shelter, where they could chop wood for bed and board.

  • Moving picture shows are given every night or so in a church army hut in the camp.

    Sixty Squadron R.A.F. Group-Captain A. J. L. Scott
  • The church army has done much during the last years; but it has been the making up of leeway.

    A Padre in France George A. Birmingham
  • It was some confusion with a man in the church army, living at a place called Codford.

    The Longest Journey E. M. Forster
  • This applies especially when a man is in a workhouse, a hospital, a church army labour home, and such places.

    Scotland Yard George Dilnot

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