Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2001 - 313 pages
This complete, illustrated history of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue (New York City) chronicles the first 175 years of one of the great parishes of the Episcopal Church.Drawing on primary sources and original research, J. Robert Wright portrays the building, congregations, and rectors who have given shape to the historical development of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, More than the history of a single parish, this volume is valuable for its reflection of the whole Episcopal Church and, more broadly, for its insights into the challenges of church life against the background of modern culture.
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This complete history chronicles the past struggles of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue (New York City) in the hopes of helping it move surefootedly into the future. Wright, a historiographer of the ... Read full review
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