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Clergyman

Ernest Milton Halliday, American clergyman. member Home Missions Council; Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho.

Background

Halliday, Ernest Milton was born on July 26, 1878 in Vienna Township, Genesee County, Michigan, United States. Son of James D. and Alcina (Colton) Halliday.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1904. Bachelor of Laws, 1906. A.M., Columbia, 1913.

Graduate Union Theological Seminary, 1917. Doctor of Divinity, Marietta College, 1924.

Career

Instructor public speaking, University of Illinois, 1906-1907, associate, 1907-1912. Columbia University Extension, 1912-1919, 1921-1942. Ordained Congressional ministry, 1913.

Pastor Ocean Avenue Church, Brooklyn, 1913-1922. General secretary Congressional Church Extension Bds., 1922-1937. Secretary Board of Home Missions, and general secretary Extension Division, 1937-1946.

Instructor public speaking, New York University, from 1946. Interim pastor First Congressional Church, Flushing, New York, 1946. Ocean Avenue Congressional Church, Brooklyn, 1947.

Summer pastor Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, from 1947. President Home Mission Council, 1935-1936. Honorary member Home Missions Council.

President Union Theological Seminary Alumni Council, 1942-1944. Trustee American and Foreign Christian Union.

Membership

Member: Home Missions Council. Member: Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho.

Connections

Married Eleanor Armstrong, June 5, 1907. Children: Dorothy (Mistress Ralph F. Hefferline), Lois (Mistress Lewis C. Clapp), Ernest Milton.

father:
James D. Halliday

mother:
Alcina (Colton) Halliday

spouse:
Eleanor Armstrong

child:
Dorothy Halliday (Mistress Ralph F. Hefferline)

child:
Lois Halliday (Mistress Lewis C. Clapp)

child:
Ernest Milton Halliday