Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "New Jerusalem Places of Worship"

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New Jerusalem Places of Worship.—The following information has been kindly furnished by the respective ministers, the “terms of membership” being given in their own words:
ARGYLE-SQUARE CHAPEL, King’s-cross, W.C— Terms of Membership: Any person, of twenty years old and upwards, duly elected by the society, be. comes a member on subscribing the following declaration of faith:“That God is one in whom there is a Divine Trinity, and that He is the Lord God and Saviour Jesus Christ. That a saving faith is to believe in Him. That evil actions ought not to be done, because they are of the devil, and from the devil. That good actions ought to be done, because they are of God and from God, and that they should be done by a man as of himself; nevertheless, under this belief, that they are from the Lord, operating with him and by him.” Seat rents, 3s., 4s, 5s., or 6s. per quarter. Service on Sunday at 11 am. and 7p.m.; holy communion, first Sunday in each month. Particulars of other meetings are published in the Argyle-square Manual.
NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH, Camden-road— Terms of Membership: “Election and subsequent signing of the creed of the New Jerusalem Church, as contained in the theological writings of Emanuel Swedenborg.” Seat rents, 5s.a quarter.

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879