Women’s Missionary Society
Members of the national Women’s Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free Church donated $18 000 toward the construction of the first new building on campus grounds, the chapel-library building.
[TWU Archives: Oral History Collection Aud 61; view transcript of this slide show presentation by Perry Havens.]
I think it is significant that it was the women who had such a large part in the college’s first building, the chapel. This would not be the end of their involvement… The “maternal” concern of our ladies for their student sons and daughters at the college, not least in prayer support, would be a vital and active one.
Calvin B. Hanson. On the Raw Edge of Faith, p. 36
The chapel portion of the chapel-library building, to be erected shortly, is the national project of our Women’s Missionary Society. Mrs. Ole Loland, Canadian Pacific district, Mrs. Astrid Carlson, Pacific Northwest district, and Mrs. Oliver Hoel, Canadian Prairie district, spoke briefly in representing the WMS.
“Trinity Junior College Sod Turned on October 8,” Evangelical Beacon, November 21, 1961, p. 3 .
[TWU Archives: F 2 B 55 File 39]
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