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Charles Herbert Rust

Clergyman

Charles Herbert Rust, American clergyman.

Background

Rust, Charles Herbert was born on December 18, 1869 in Winchester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles M. and Mary Louise Rust.

Education

Public schools and Gordon School (now Gordon College and Divinity School), Boston, and Rochester (New York) Theological Seminary.

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1898. Home missionary work, 1894-1906. Pastor Second Church, Rochester, New York, 1906, then Immanuel Church, Scranton, Pennsylvania, Plymouth Congressional Church, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1925.

District secretary American Baptist Publication Society, New York, 1905-1906. Retired. Author: A Church on Wheels, 1905. Personal Religion, 1915.

The Church a Field for Service, 1914. The World I Love (verse), 1925. The Christmas Birth, 1927.

The Christmas Bells, 1928. The Educated Layman, 1930. I Wish It Were True, 1942.

It Will Be Different This Time, 1943. Both Feet on the Earth, 1946. Home: 2107 University Doctor Orlando, Fla.

Connections

Married Bertha W. Smart, December 18, 1893.

father:
Charles M.

mother:
Mary Louise Rust

spouse:
Bertha W. Smart