New Wilmington Missionary Conference, 1906.
Group photograph, New Wilmington Missionary Conference, 1906. The New Wilmington Mission Conference is a yearly meeting for youth aged 12 to 25 with an objective of deepening the missionary spirit and promoting service and witness for Jesus Christ. NWMC grew out of the ecumenical Young People's Missionary Movement. The first conference was held in the summer of 1905 at Allegheny Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh. From 1906 until the present, the Conference has been held on the campus of Westminster College.
Seavy's Ground Floor Studio (New Castle, PA) (photographer)
New Wilmington Missionary Conference.Watson, Charles R. (Charles Roger), 1873-1948.
Church camps--Pennsylvania--New Wilmington.
New Wilmington (Pa.)
North and Central America
photograph : black-and-white ; 10 1/2 x 13 inches
ARCHIVES 15-0414; Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA
New Wilmington Mission Conference records, 1906-2014.
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