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The Finnish Society of Church History
The Finnish Society of Church History (FSCH) is a scholarly society founded in 1891 for the purposes of collecting of the sources of national church history. It publishes for example the series Publications and Yearbooks, helds monthly meetings, and organises an annual festival on the 19th of January, which is the anniversary of the Finnish apostle in the Middle Ages, St Henrik. Other regular activities of the Society include a Church History Day, which is held every other year.
For more information, please visit the Finnish Society of Church History’s homepage.