Canterbury Club

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Name: Canterbury Club

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Prominent date(s) of activity: c. 1953 - 1964

History: The Canterbury Club was founded to encourage the meeting of Anglican students, with the intention of acquainting them more thoroughly with their religion.

Activities: The Club met every Sunday, hosting guest speakers from the church and others closely associated with the religion, as well as organizing a number of social events.

In the late-1950s, the Canterbury Club co-sponsored morning worship services with the Student Christian Movement and the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.

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Source(s):

  • Up the Hill, 1953, p. 101.
  • Up the Hill, 1957.


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