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In 1892 the first Annual Letter and Report for S. Silas Mission District, Kentish Town was printed by the Curate in Charge, the Reverend F. W. Bentley. This was a short document of eight pages. Further Reports were printed until 1906.

In 1907 the format was changed and a much more substantial document was published called the St. Silas Mission and St. John the Evangelist Magazine. This included an insert called "The Dawn of Day" which was an illustrated monthly magazine for Sunday school and parish use. It featured a number of short stories, religious articles, poems and prayers etc.

In 1908 it became the St. Andrew's and St Silas' Parish Magazine but included "The Sign" which declared 'not ashamed to confess the faith of Christ crucified' and was very similar to "The Dawn of Day".

Cover of magazine during 1907
Cover of magazine during 1907
Cover of magazine during 1908
Cover of magazine during 1908
In 1910 the first St. Silas Monthly Papers were printed. These were to continue until October 1932 when it was abandomed to due to the financial losses which followed it publication throughout the 22 years. During this period the publication was solely related to the church affairs and featured articles by church members and clergy, drawings by Benjamin Boulter (a parishioner), photographs and the some of the architects drawings.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road. Exterior view.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road. Exterior view.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road. Interior looking towards the High Altar.
St. Silas Mission Church, Shipton Place, Malden Road. Interior looking towards the High Altar.
During subsequent years the Monthly Papers became the Bi-Monthly Papers and featured the following drawings.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Mission Church and east end apse of the new church towering above it.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Mission Church and east end apse of the new church towering above it.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter toward the south porch with a procession in St. Silas PLace.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter toward the south porch with a procession in St. Silas PLace.
Architect's drawing of the east end with High Altar.
Architect's drawing of the east end with High Altar.
Architect's drawing for the south porch and Calvary.
Architect's drawing for the south porch and Calvary.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar for the Christmas Midnight Mass
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of east end and High Altar for the Christmas Midnight Mass
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Vision of S. Silas.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Vision of S. Silas.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of St Silas and St Paul in prison.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of St Silas and St Paul in prison.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Nativity. This drawing has been used as a Christmas Card.
Drawing by Benjamin Boulter of the Nativity. This drawing has been used as a Christmas Card.
This statue was designed by Benjamin Boulter and stand on a corbel on the left side of the chancel arch.
This statue was designed by Benjamin Boulter and stand on a corbel on the left side of the chancel arch.
Finally in January 1931 the Church of Saint Silas the Martyr Kentish Town Quarterly Paper was first published and this struggled for survival until its final edition in October 1932.
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