Account of a Zeppelin Raid (Non-Subscribing Presbyterian November 1916)

The Rev Alexander Connell was minister of Sefton Park Presbyterian Church throughout the First World War. His sermons were greatly appreciated by the congregation and were regularly published in their thousands as this order form shows. (click image to enlarge)

A ticket for the Church Parade of the (territorial) Liverpool Scottish Regiment in April 1914. Just a few months later they would be serving in France. (click image to enlarge)

A postcard sent to members of Great George Street Congregational Chapel, Liverpool serving at the front. Featuring a picture of the minister and his wife and a written message. (P.S.A. stands for Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, a popular form of church entertainment at the time) (click image to enlarge)

A message sent out from the minister, chairman and secretary of Highgate Unitarian Church, North London to those members serving in the forces at Christmas 1915. Alan Ruston writes that Highgate Unitarian Church was founded in 1883, one of Robert Spears initiatives, and closed in the early 1960s. (click image to enlarge)