Throughout her years with the London Missionary Society (LMS), Shaw was a featured speaker at mission events; and even after she transferred to the Church Missionary Society (CMS) in 1942, she wielded a degree of authority that few women in the Anglican community were able to attain.
What does LMS stand for?
LMS stands for London Missionary Society
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After a couple of years he joined the London missionary society before setting off to southern Africa in 1841.
There were five major mission groups: the London Missionary Society (1828), the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (1831), the American Baptist Foreign Missions (1833), the American Presbyterian Mission (1840-1844), and the American Missionary Association (1850).
Threlkeld's Lake Macquarie mission commenced in 1825 under the auspices of the interdenominational London Missionary Society (LMS), the most energetic and celebrated of the British missionary societies of the period.
Later efforts by the Protestants, with the London Missionary Society and the Methodists in 1874 and 1875, brought more success for them.
It claims, "Each year around 200 Korean Christians visit Hanover United Reformed Church in Llanover, near Abergavenny, to honour the life of Robert Jermain Thomas, of the London Missionary Society, who was martyred in their country in 1866.
Hinrich Schmelen of the London Missionary Society was no exception.
Drawing largely on mission archives, they discuss such topics as the London Missionary Society in Hong Kong 1842-1923, the Adivasis of western India 1880-1930, and government-mission relations in administering leprosy control in Nigeria 1945-67.