A Sermon Preached in St. Andrew's Church, on the Fourteenth March, 1819, on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Alex. Spark, D.D., Late Minister of the Scotch (Presbyterian) Church, Quebec

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A Sermon Preached in St. Andrew's Church, on the Fourteenth March, 1819, on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Alex. Spark, D.D., Late Minister of the Scotch (Presbyterian) Church, Quebec
Abstract
The Scottish-born Alexander Spark (1762-1819) first came to Quebec as a teacher in 1780, but returned to Scotland in 1783 to study for the ministry and receive ordination. He returned the following year, became the assistant to the ageing Presbyterian minister, George Henry, and formally replaced Henry in 1795. Spark was instrumental in establishing St. Andrew's Church in Quebec City in 1810. Spark was a moderate in an era when there was a split between moderates and evangelicals within the Presbyterian Church, including in Quebec City.
Place
Quebec
Publisher
Printed and Sold by John Neilson
Date
1819
Language
en
Citation
A Sermon Preached in St. Andrew’s Church, on the Fourteenth March, 1819, on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Alex. Spark, D.D., Late Minister of the Scotch (Presbyterian) Church, Quebec. Quebec: Printed and Sold by John Neilson, 1819.
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