3 edition of The first report of the Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union found in the catalog.
The first report of the Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union
by Printed for the Sunday and Adult School Union by Clark & Raser in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45820.|
|Contributions||Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union., Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union., Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union. Annual Meeting|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
With 11 years after Robert Raikes began the first Sunday school in England, a new Sunday school society organized in Philadelphia in Within three months they raised $3, for the establishment of Sunday schools. Sunday school societies appeared in other cities.” The First Day Society was followed by. Britain: The creation of the Sunday-School concept was an answer to the need to educate poor children. Robert Raikes, Hannah More and others started schools in the late ’s, when the “Enabling Act” of allowed dissenters to teach without subscription the Church of England. The Sunday-School Society was formed in.
Sunday Schools and Changing Evangelical Views of Children in the s. Anne M. Boylan (a1) “Pittsburgh Sabbath School Association, First Annual Report,” Religious Intelligencer 3 (03 13, ): Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union, Cited by: 4. Team First Book of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. likes. Team First Book of Philadelphia is the local volunteer group of the national nonprofit, First Book 5/5(6).
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Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union.; Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School g: OCLC Number: Notes: The report includes abstracts from the reports of the schools and associations which form the Union, and is accompanied by the constitution of the Union, A system for the internal regulation of Sunday.
The first report of the Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union: read at their Annual Meeting, Author: Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union.
Founded in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the American Sunday School Union (ASSU) had as its mission the promotion of Sunday schools and early literacy and the spiritual development of children. The ASSU was a significant publisher and provider, of books and periodicals for children and played a role in shaping the direction of 19th century children's Author: Clare Withers.
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quite as marked as in politics. The Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union declared in its first report: "The comparative fewness of Christians, calls for all practicable and profitable union amongst themselves.
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The ASSU was organized in Philadelphia in as the First Day Society. From to it was known as the Philadelphia Sunday and Adult School Union. Init was reorganized as the American Sunday-School Union with a wider remit for planting Sunday schools. On Januin New York City, was formed the Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sabbath-Schools, and on Februthe New York (male) Sunday-School Union.
In the Sunday and Adult School Union was formed in Philadelphia with Alexander Henry as the first president, and this developed oninto the.It was started by the American Sunday School Union of Philadelphia, and from toit provided a place for non-sectarian worship.
At last, the Trustees allowed the Sunday School to meet at the Academy, since the purpose of both institutions was to educate and enlighten the youths of the community.