Skip to main content

Summary Of Replies

Volume 236: debated on Thursday 6 March 1930

The text on this page has been created from Hansard archive content, it may contain typographical errors.

England and Wales.

Church of England:

Both convocations agree to the date proposed in the Act in the event of general ecclesiastical concurrence.

Church of Wales:

No objection, subject to general agreement among the churches.

Governing Body, Wesleyan Methodists:

No objection, subject to general agreement among the churches.

Primitive Methodist Church, General Committee:

Heartily approve.

Baptist Union, General Secretary:

No objection.

Congregational Union, Assembly:

No objection.

United Methodists Church, Connexional Committee:

No objection.

Scotland.

(Communicated by the Secretary of State for Scotland.)

Church of Scotland:

Express no opinion.

United Free Church:

Express no opinion.

Reformed Presbyterian Church:

Express no opinion.

Free Presbyterian Church:

Express no opinion.

Episcopal Church:

Approve.

Congregationalists:

Approve.

Baptists:

Approve.

Northern Ireland.

(Communicated by the Cabinet Secretary.)

Church of Ireland:

Agree if the other great religious bodies in the kingdom do so.

Methodists:

Approve.

Presbyterians:

Approve.

Baptists:

No objection.