Letters to our Leader

Church Clerk

[The following loving greeting to our Leader, and the liberal contribution to the Building Fund which accompanied it, testify to the affection and gratitude of our brethren across the sea, and foreshadow that happy day when "nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more."—EDITOR.]

Hurst Lodge, Berks, England, May 7, 1906.

Beloved Leader:— The enclosed note for £10 (fifty dollars) is a loving offering from the handful of people meeting here every Sunday. We are emboldened to send it, in spite of the smallness of the amount, as there is much affection and true gratitude behind it, and the unity of thought and desire to aid, even among the very poor of our little congregation, will surely help build The Mother Church, to which we owe so much.

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