Helen Barrett Montgomery was a prominent member of the women's ecumenical movement of the early twentieth century. The Bible and Missions Paperback – January 27, 2009.
Helen Barrett Montgomery was a prominent member of the women's ecumenical movement of the early twentieth century. With a degree in classics from Wellesley College. by. Helen Barrett Montgomery (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
Helen Barrett Montgomery (July 31, 1861 – October 19, 1934) was an American social reformer, educator and writer. In 1921 she was elected as the first woman president of the Northern Baptist Convention (and of any religious denomination in the United States). She had long been a delegate to the Convention and a policymaker.
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Montgomery, Helen Barrett. Brackney, William H. Helen B. Montgomery. West Medford, MA: Central Committee of the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1920. Christus Redemptor: An Outline Study of the Island World of the Pacific. Mobley, Kendal P. Helen Barrett Montgomery: The Global Mission of Domestic Feminism. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2009.
Helen Barrett Montgomery (July 31, 1861 – October 19, 1934) was a social reformer, church leader, women’s activist, missions activist. Helen Barrett was the oldest of three children born to Amos Judso. n Barrett and Emily Barrows Barrett, both of whom were teachers at the time. When she was a child, her parents moved to Rochester, New York so that her father could attend the Rochester Theological Seminary. After he graduated in 1876, he stayed in the area, as pastor of Lake Avenue Baptist Church until he died in 1889
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