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The Incorporated Church Building…

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The Incorporated Church Building Society. The Sith annual report of this Society, presented at the annual meeting at the Church House, Dean's Yard, Westminster, in May, shewed that the income for 1901 had been f:8,990 including £ 1,198 in interest and L3,383 in legacies; the previous year's total, when legacies brought in £ 954, being £ 5,402. The year's grants numbered 81, of which 15 were for mission buildings, and the amount granted was £ 5,242. Since the Society's formation in 1818 grants had been made for 2,365 new churches and chapels, and for re-building, enlarging or otherwise improving 6,235 existing churches or chapels. By these means more thau 2,000,000 additional seats had been provided, of which about three-fourths were free. The sum voted by the society, excluding cancelled grants, had reached £ 895,683, and the estimated amount of further expenditure on the part of the public was £ 15,281,884. The Society now acted as trustee of 379 church repair and building funds, with investments amounting to EI03,43 1. Having regard to the increased need of providing greater facilities for worship in large towns and rural districts, very valuable indeed are both the General Fund and the Mission Buildings Fund of the Society, and they are deserving of the hearty I support of all Church people.

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