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THE CORPORATION OF
THE CHURCH HOUSE,
Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W.
president : HIS GRACE THE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.
Vice-Presidents : THE RIGHT HON. AND RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF
THE RIGHT HON. LORD ASHCOMBE.
The Church House is the Central Business House of the Church of England and the other Churches in Communion with her.
In it Convocation and the House of Laymen for the Province of Canterbury hold their Sessions, and the Representative Church Council also sits here. Fifty-one Church Societies have their offices in the Buildings, and over 600 meetings are held annually in the Halls and Committee Rooms.
There is a valuable Library and Reading Room furnished with Church Papers from all over the world.
Members of the Corporation have the privilege of taking books out of the Library, they have the use of the public rooms, and they can have their letters addressed to the Church House and forwarded as may be desired.
CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP. Membership of the Corporation may be acquired by persons of either sex (being Members of the Church of England or of any Church in full communion therewith) by an Annual Subscription of at least One Guinea ; Life Membership by a Donation in one sum of at least Ten Guineas. Associates are admitted on the payment of Five Shillings a year on the recommendation of a Member.
A sum of £1,650 is still due on the New Building, and the Council appeal for Funds towards the payment of this Debt.
SYDNEY W. FLAMANK, Secretary.
Principal-The Rev. ARTHUR C. HEADLAM, D.D.
FACULTY of ARTS. The degree of Bachelor of Arts can be obtained as an Internal Student of the University of London, after a course of three years' study. The report of the Archbishops' Committee on the training of Candidates for Orders insists on the importance of an Arts' Degree preparatory to the study of Theology. The course can also be taken in the Evening Classes.
Staff. GREEK AND LATIN : Professor W. F. C. Walters, M.A., and Lecturers. MATHEMATICS (Pure and Applied): Professors S. A. F. White, M.A., and J. B. Dale,
M.A., and Lecturers.
FACULTY of THEOLOGY. The degree of B.D. in the University of London may be obtained by graduates ir. Arts after two years' study and by other matriculated students after three years; the Diploma (Associate of King's College) is accepted. by most Bishops as a qualification for ordination. It can be obtained by Graduates in Arts on certain conditions in one year, and by others after a two years' course. The greater part of this course can also be taken in the Evening Classes. There are entrance Exhibitions both for Graduates and other Students.
Matthews, B.D., Lecturer.
and Rev. S. C. E. Legg, M.A., Lecturer. HEBREW AND EXEGESIS OF OLD TESTAMENT : Rev. A. Nairne, M.A., Professor,
and Rev. H. F. B. Compston, MA., Lecturer. ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY : Rev. J. P. Whitney, B.D., Professor. PASTORAL AND LITURGICAL THEOLOGY : Rev. G. E. Newsom, M.A., Professor,
and Rev. C. F. Rogers, M.A., Lecturer. MENTAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY : Rev. A. Caldecott, D.D., D.Litt., Professor,
and Rev. W. R. Matthews, B.D., Lecturer. CHAPLAIN : Rev, S. C. E. Legg, M.A.
21 Guineas a year.
30 Guineas a year. Evening Classes £18 a year. For full information apply to the Secretary, King's College, Strand, London, W.C.
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