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Since the commencement of Mr. Bennett's pastorate, four young men have gone out from this Church into the regular ministry.
The number of members added to the Church during the present pastorate is 179.
His ministry was rendered eminently useful, so that the Church doubled its numbers in the early years of his pastorate.
But during a pastorate of thirty years, he had to share in some of the trials of the faithful minister.
My experience since retiring from the pastorate has strongly confirmed my previous impressions.
The pastorate of Mr. Lucas, for example, deserves more than a passing notice.
GATHERING JEWELSJAMES KNOWLES AND MATILDA DARROCH KNOWLES
His pastorate ceased February 2, 1874, being the longest pastorate of the church, embracing one quarter of its history.
GATHERING JEWELSJAMES KNOWLES AND MATILDA DARROCH KNOWLES
My own mind is, and has long been in favour of the native pastorate; but it needs much time to work up to such a result.
He was a man of remarkable eloquence, and soon after his resignation of the pastorate of the Chelsea parish, he went to England.
In 1866, however, though he was never dismissed by a council from his connexion with that church, he gave up the active pastorate.

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