A Public Meeting to launch Toc H was held in Adelaide and 250 people attended.
The Reverend T. T. Reed (later Dr Reed, Bishop of Adelaide) became the Padre of Toc H South Australia Area.
The Reverend Julian Bickersteth, Headmaster of St Peter’s College gave strong support to Toc H (in South Australia) in its early years.
A National Toc H Festival was held in Adelaide and was attended by the Governor General of Australia and three State Governors, as well as representatives from all round Australia.
A Darby and Joan Club was started for the children living in the West End of Adelaide.
Toc H sponsored five Christmas camps for one hundred and fifty boys.
Mr Edward Bruce of Victor Harbor gave 41/2 acres of land to Toc H on which to establish a Toc H Camp.
The World Chain of Light started in Adelaide and was the occasion of a large Guest Night in the Town Hall.
An appeal was launched to raise $4600 for a bus for the Home for Incurables in Adelaide.
The Emergency Flashing Light Scheme was adopted by Toc H South Australia.
The Toc H Centre was opened in Thebarton.