Jerry McAuley: His Life and Work

Jerry MCAULEY (1839 - 1884)

Jerry McAuley was a missionary and founder of the Water Street Mission (later the New York City Rescue Mission), the first rescue mission in the United States. This book is a collection of his writings regarding his waywardness, his conversion and his missional work in New York both at the Water Street Mission and later at the Cremorne Mission. (Summary by KHand)

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography, Christianity - Biographies

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface and Introduction KHand
00:11:28
Play 01 Transformed KHand
00:17:44
Play 02 Struggles and Temptations KHand
00:24:08
Play 03 Jerry Becomes a Missionary KHand
00:18:05
Play 04 Trials and Triumphs KHand
00:15:42
Play 05 Water Street As It Was KHand
00:16:29
Play 06 More About Water Street KHand
00:14:02
Play 07 Trophies of Grace KHand
00:15:05
Play 08 A Mistake and What Came of It KHand
00:20:02
Play 09 Evil Schemes Frustrated KHand
00:12:48
Play 10 The Cremorne Mission KHand
00:17:00
Play 11 Another Chapter of Testimonies KHand
00:19:37
Play 12 Called Home KHand
00:19:15
Play 13 On the Old Spot KHand
00:17:38
Play 14 Characteristic Sketches and Personal Recollections of Jerry McAuley KHand
00:10:05
Play 15 Recollections - Continued KHand
00:20:01
Play 16 Mr. Hatch's Recollections - Concluded KHand
00:13:33
Play 17 Every Evening in Water Street KHand
00:20:47
Play 18 Water Street Meeting - Concluded KHand
00:20:58
Play 19 Jerry McAuley's Cremorne mission KHand
00:21:02
Play 20 Jerry as a Journalist and Correspondent KHand
00:08:58