This overview of Mary Fay's contribution to Christian missions in China is part of a wider study on the history of the Protestant Episcopal Church Mission in China and the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui (the Holy Catholic Church in China, formed 1912), which in 1930 became an autonomous province of the Anglican Communion.
What does PEC stand for?
PEC stands for Protestant Episcopal Church
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We have 505 other meanings of PEC in our Acronym Attic
- Programas de Concurrencia
- Progress Energy Carolinas, Inc.
- Progressive Educational Complex (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Project Entropia Cent (gaming, MMORPG)
- Promotion and Education Committee
- Propeller Electronic Controller (aviation)
- Proposal Evaluation Committee
- Proposta de Emenda à Constituição (politics, Brazil)
- Protective Electronic Circuit (electronics)
- Protective Electrostatic Chuck Cover (semiconductors)
- Provincial Electoral Commission (various locations)
- Proximity–Effect Correction
- Public Education Coalition
- Public Education Council (Australia)
- Pulchowk Engineering College (Kathmandu, Nepal)
- Pulse Envelope Correlation
- Pulsed Eddy Current (inspection tool)
- Punjab Engineering College (Chandigarh, India)
- Pure Entertainment Company
- Peritoneal Exudate Cells Isolated on Day 14 (cancer research)
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At issue in Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia v.
The first formally annulled accession to "the constitution and canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Levien & Company has been selected by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA to serve as the project manager for the major renovation of the Episcopal Church Center at 815 Second Avenue, announces Kenneth Levien, AIA, the firm's president.
One of Demby's and Beary's problems was the peculiar character of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Arkansas.
GHI), a not-for-profit corporation organized by the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia, presents its staff with an opportunity to continue learning, whether for updated information, career advancement or personal enrichment, at both its continuing care campuses-Goodwin House in Alexandria and Goodwin House West in Falls Church.
The book only hints at a sort of "underground" Anglicanism that survived depoliticization and served as the basis for the founding of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
As a mainline denomination, the Protestant Episcopal Church has long taken a more liberal and conciliatory--if not unabashedly supportive--approach to gay rights than its Pentecostal counterparts.