Eva Rose York Bible Training and Technical School for Women
|Latin: EVA ROSE YORK DISCIPLINA BIBLIA ET TECHNICA SCHOLA ENIM FEMINA|
|Motto||The entrance of thy words giveth light..|
|Founder(s)||Canadian Baptist Ministries|
|Focus||Life skill training|
|Chairman||Rev. K. J. Emmanuel, CBCNC (chairperson of the Seminary Council)|
|Principal||Rev. D. J. Jeremiah, CBCNC|
|Faculty||Rev. S. Prema Kumari, CBCNC,|
Rev. B. Kumari, CBCNC
Smt. B. Bhogam
|Address||Tuni, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh 533 401, India, 91 08854 253090|
Missionaries of the Canadian Baptist Mission were involved in spreading awareness about the Bible in northern circars of Andhra Pradesh. The missionaries began arriving in India as early as 1868.
Eva Rose Fitch was born in Norwich, Ontario where she attended college and married Dr. Winford York in 1879. York studied music and, after her husband died in 1880, she took up the study of the organ and became a born-again Christian. She founded choirs in Belleville and Toronto before she decided in 1899 to devote her time to establishing a home, Redemption House, for unwed mothers in Toronto. York founded a home for the women that she ran until 1914 before she left to spend 15 years as an itinerant preacher. Her efforts have caused her name to be immortalised here,[where?] and her talents as a poet have also kept her memory.
The school is partly supported by funds raised in Canada by Bapist women.
In 1987 technical courses were begun when Jessie Rosser was principal.
Since the missionary days, the school was run independently. However, since 1989, the school fell under the purview of the Seminary Council of the Baptist Theological Seminary, Kakinada. Rev. K. J. Emmanuel heads the Seminary Council. Rev. D. J. Jeremiah is the present principal of the school.
- Annie Innis Dagg, The Feminine Gaze: A Canadian Compendium of Non-Fiction Women Authors and Their Books 1836-1945, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2001, ISBN 0-88920-355-5, ISBN 978-0-88920-355-6. Page 318. 
- Martin Senftleben, Influences of Hinduism on Christianity in Andhra Pradesh. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Sri Venkateshwara University, Tirupati, 1992. p. 61 
- M. L. Orchard & Katherine S. McLaurin, The Enterprise: The Jubilee Story of the Canadian Baptist Mission in India, 1874-1924, Toronto, The Canadian Baptist Foreign Mission Board, 1925. See especially Mattie Currie, Among the Telugus: The Canadian Baptist Foreign Mission Board, a report published by CBFMB, Toronto, 1936. 93-94. Cited by James Elisha in Empowering Mission or Enslaving Enterprise? Women Missionaries’ attitudes to Telugu Women in Bangalore Theological Forum, Volume XXXIX, 1 June 2007.
- Lalitha Krupa Rao, Eva Rose York Bible Training and Technical School for Women, Tuni, Consultation 17–22 April 2007.
- Elaine Keillor, Encyclopedia of Music in Canada
- Annie Innis Dagg, op. cit.
- The Feminist Gaze, Anne Innis Dagg, 2001, ISBN 0-88920-355-5, accessed 1 October 2008
- 101 Famous Poems, Roy Jay Cook, accessed 1 October 2008
- Baptist Women, accessed 1 October 2008
- Lalitha Krupa Rao, op. cit.
- History of the Bible Training School for Women Tuni in C. L. Johnson (edited), Canadian Baptist Mission 125 year's Jubilee Celebrations of Baptist Churches in Northern Circars, Baptist Theological Seminary, Kakinada, 1999, pp. 223-226.
- Further reading
- Annie Innis Dagg (2001). "The Feminine Gaze: A Canadian Compendium of Non-Fiction Women Authors and their books 1836-1945, Wilfrid Laurier University Press". Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press. ISBN 978-0-88920-355-6.
- Elaine Keillor (2008). "Encyclopedia of Music in Canada".
- G.Beaulah Pearl Sunanda (1990). "An Insight into the History of the Canadian Baptist Mission in Andhra Pradesh (1874-1924). Unpublished M.Phil. (History) Thesis, Madras Christian College, Madras".
- Martin Senftleben (1992). "Influences of Hinduism on Christianity in Andhra Pradesh. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Sri Venkateshwara University, Tirupati" (PDF). I.
- T. James Elisha (2007). "Encounter between Protestant and Telugu Women's Paradigms of Scripture, Boston College".
- T. James Elisha (1 June 2007). "Empowering Mission or Enslaving Enterprise? Women Missionaries' attitudes to Telugu Women in Bangalore Theological Forum". XXXIX.