Student Christian Movement

Connections

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Textual Production Mildred Cable
The first was published by the press of London University and the second by that of the Student Christian Movement .
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Monica Furlong
MF published with the SCMPressAct of Synod—Act of Folly?, a strong statement about the way the Church of England was handling the incorporation of women priests.
Blackwell’s Online Bookshop.

Timeline

1889
The Student Christian Movement (still active in the twenty-first century with its centre now in Birmingham, and called on its website the oldest student Christian Network in the UK) was founded. Its initial...
1932
The Student Christian Movement decided that masturbation caused no physical or mental harm. It began to issue advice on this basis to young people seeking help.
Circa 1973
Mosside Press (also called Moss Side), which had been founded in Manchester in the late 1960s by the Student Christian Movement , became a woman-run press after all the men left.