“Cooks, nurses, chauffeurs and errand boys”: Snapshots of the Spanish Influenza among Western Baptists

By Gordon L. Heath

Like Canadian Baptists in Central and Eastern Canada, churches of the Baptist Union of Western Canada (BUWC) faced severe hardships due to the “Spanish Influenza” sweeping across Canada and the globe.

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The United Baptist Convention of the Maritime Provinces and the “Spanish Influenza,” 1918–1920

By Taylor Murray

Various historians have drawn similarities between the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and earlier events in world history. Continue reading

Reflections on the Life of an Atlantic Baptist on the 100th Anniversary of his Birth

By Taylor Murray

Stuart Eldon Murray (1919–1985) was born one-hundred-years ago today, on 6 November 1919. Continue reading