Churches of Christ was first formed in New South Wales in 1851 and its first conference was held in April 1886, under the presidency of Dr Joseph Kingsbury. It is a Christian church, associated with the American Restoration movement.
The Churches of Christ Boys' Home Committee managed Dundas Boys' Home and Dunmore Boys' Home (also known as Dunmore House) at Pendle Hill.
It is now a Christian ministry and a provider of aged care services and, since the 1970s, has run Careworks New South Wales, a programme of partnering with community organisations to provide social relief.
Churches of Christ NSW holds some records relating to Dunmore Boys' Home. They are accessible through the Mission & Ministry agency of Fresh Hope.
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03 March 2020
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