The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1913
[Review of the activities of the Christian Union]
The various branches of Christian Union work have been taken up this year on the same lines as usual.
Bible-study amongst the women is based upon Bosworth's "Teachings of Jesus and His Apostles," and amongst the men, upon Angus's "Discipleship." Andrew's "renaissance of India" is being used for the monthly Mission Study in both branches.
A slight difference is to be made this year in the forms of the fortnightly element will be removed from the former; and the Intercession meetings, which are held directly before the General meeting, will be enlarged and take on a devotional character.
Miss England is again holding a Sunday morning class.
An account of another activity of the Union, the work of the Christian social Service League, appears elsewhere.