Authorized Form of NameEnglish Church Union; 1859-1934
Corporate NameEnglish Church Union
ActivityIts object was to defend and propagate High Church principles.
RelationshipsThe Church of England Protection Society was formed in 1859. It was renamed the English Church Union in 1860, when it incorporated several local Church societies. In 1934 the English Church Union was united with the Anglo-Catholic Congress to form the Church Union.
SourceChurch of England Yearbooks

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