Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Record Group — Box 10
Overview This interview was undertaken as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of Eastside Baptist Church in 2012. In this interview Lois recalls, describes and explains her life’s experiences of growing up in Richmond Invercargill. She covers her childhood, employment, marriage to husband Noel, their family and their involvement in the Baptist Church.
Record Group — Box 28
Overview In the interview Pat recalls his love of reading history, education, employment, and activities with brothers, for example rabbiting. There is a snapshot of family life with stories of the family home, toys, religion, childhood friends, his father and brothers. In particular his brother Dan.
Record Group — Box 30
Overview In this interview Key talks about family history and how employment brought the family to Glengarry Invercargill. He recalls early memories of home, neighbourhood with its diversity of cultures and friendships. In particular his long friendship with Michael Tau. He also talks about his education, religion and memories of Glengarry.
Record Group — Box 17
Overview This interview was undertaken as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of Eastside Baptist Church in 2012. In this interview James talks of his early life and education. Before going into the Ministry in 1968 when he went to the Baptist Theological College in Auckland. He recalls his first church and then his shift to the South in 1979. He goes on to talk of the amalgamation of North Invercargill and Glengarry Baptist Churches.
Record Group — Box 34
Overview This interview is part of the "Discovering Glengarry’s Community Spirit" project. Christopher details life in the Police for 26 years before going onto training for Ministry at Penrose Baptist College after which he came to Glengarry to work and was mentored by Brian Kenning. He discusses his approach to pastoring and service provided. Christopher talks about Glengarry as a community.