RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoW.Temple 6, ff. 1-97
Date18 Jan 1938-July 1941
DescriptionPapers relating to the formation, finances and policy of the Council on the Christian Faith and the Common Life. Correspondents include: Archbishop Temple (ff. 1-2, 7-10); Sir Walter Moberly, Chairman of the University Grants Committee (ff. 3-6); Eric Fenn (ff. 11-17, 35-6); Joseph Houldsworth Oldham (ff. 24-27, 32-3, 58-9, 78-83); John Middleton Murry (ff. 28-31); Guy Harden Guillum Scott, Joint Secretary of the Church Assembly (ff. 37-8); Oliver Stratford Tomkins (f. 41), enclosing a copy of the policy of the Commission (ff. 42-7); James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, 4th Marquess of Salisbury (ff. 49-50); Sir Francis Edward Fremantle (f. 51); Sir Robert Williams (f. 53); and Sir Maurice Henry Weston Hayward (f. 54). Also includes a copy of: 'The Christian Faith and the Common Life: A Proposal Submitted to the Churches in Great Britain' (ff. 20-3).

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