“Julia Chester Emery”
A print from the original painting by Marcy Hall.
Each vivid print is on acid free, archival quality matte photo paper and measures 5"x10" and is mounted on a 11"x14" matte. The print is hand-signed and titled on the matte.
This painting was created for the United Thank Offering's yearlong celebration of Emery's life and impact.
Julia Chester Emery was National Secretary of the Women’s Auxiliary, now called the Episcopal Church Women, from 1876 until 1916. She was a modest and self-effacing Victorian lady who was so careful to stay out of the limelight that it is difficult today to piece together all the things she did to advance the missionary efforts of the church and to enable women’s ministries. She led in the effort to get canonical status for deaconesses. She invented and brought into being the United Thank Offering. She was the indefatigable “Miss Julia” to a whole generation of missionaries, both men and women. Her entire life was focused on devotion to this one cause: the spread of Christ’s kingdom among all people. -www.unitedthankoffering.com/history
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Feb 24, 2022
Lovely and meaningful image of a dynamic woman, Julia Chester Emery
Jan 28, 2022
It was all as expected. I am most pleasd