John Morgan

John Morgan (1909 – 2008) Australian Army, Chaplain General
The Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn, Mark Coleridge, said Morgan’s “courage and devotion to duty as a military chaplain were legendary, as was the depth of his Christian faith”.

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Andrew Gillison

Andrew Gillison (1868 – 1915 ) Gallipoli chaplain
In Australia he was remembered as “ever a true Christian, a true man, a true soldier and a true sportsman”. Captain Andrew Gillison was 47 years old.

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Henry Hopkins

Henry Hopkins (1787 – 1870) merchant and philanthropist
The one thing this shrewd little man deemed more important than money, success or worldly goods was his religion. Brought up in an era of religious revival and missionary activity when the great missionary and philanthropic societies were being founded in England, Hopkins had a strong personal faith and that missionary spirit which impels the believer ‘to go into all the world and preach the gospel’, or in his case, to supply funds for spreading the Word.

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