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Western Australia - Organisation

Community of the Sisters of the Church (1908 - )

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1908
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Anglican, Care Provider and Religious Order

Community of the Sisters of the Church was the new name given in 1908 to the Anglican religious order, Sisters of the Church. The Community of the Sisters of the Church established Parkerville Children's Home in 1909. The order included Sister Kate Clutterbuck, the founder of the Children's Cottage Home and Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home.

Timeline

 1901 - 1908 Sisters of the Church
       1908 - Community of the Sisters of the Church

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Provided 'Care' At

Related Organisations

  • Parkerville Children's Home (1909 - 2005)

    The Community of the Sisters of the Church founded and ran Parkerville Children's Home from 1909 to 1925, from 1925 to 1933 they managed the Home and they managed it again from 1941 to 1949.

    Date: 1909 - 1949

  • Parkerville Children's Home Incorporated (1925 - 2005)

    Community of the Sisters of the Church founded and were members of Parkerville Children's Home Incorporated until 1953.

    Date: 1925 - 1953

  • Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home (1934 - 1980)

    Sister Kate Clutterbuck, founder of Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home, was a member of the Anglican order, Community of the Sisters of the Church.

  • Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent (1933 - 1941)

    The Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent replaced the Community of the Sisters of the Church in managing Parkerville Children's Home in 1933. In 1941, the Community of the Sisters of the Church then replaced the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent in managing Parkerville Children's Home.

    Date: 1933 - 1941

Publications

Books

  • Doncaster, Edward William, The Sisters of the Church in Kalgoorlie 1902-1916: a record, Riverside Press, Renmark, South Australia, 1998. Details
  • Whittington, Vera, Sister Kate: a life dedicated to children in need of care, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Western Australia, 1999. p.75. Details

Resources

  • Baldwin, Angelica, Interview with Angelica [Annie] Baldwin] [sound recording] / [interviewed by Patricia Barrett-Lennard], 1983. Details

Online Resources

Sources used to compile this entry: Whittington, Vera, Sister Kate: a life dedicated to children in need of care, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Western Australia, 1999. p.75..

Prepared by: Debra Rosser