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The papers of John Stott

Stott’s legacy continues unabated…

A Monument of Fame

Portrait of John Stott John Stott at the 1973 Urbana Student Missions Conference sponsored by the Inter Varsity Christian Fellowships and held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The project to catalogue the personal papers of the renowned evangelical clergyman John Stott has reached a significant milestone, as the first batch of papers is now being made available to researchers via the National Church Institutions’ Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue. To find these records on the catalogue type STOTT in the Order No. field and click on search and you will be presented with a list of relevant records.

John Stott (1921-2011), served at one church throughout his career, as assistant curate at All Souls, Langham Place from 1945, as rector from 1950, and finally rector emeritus from 1975. It was both his dedication to his central London parish and his efforts on the international evangelical scene which garnered Stott such acclaim. His…

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