Frederick Bohn Fisher Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Asbury College, 1902, Bachelor of Arts, 1903, Doctor of Divinity, 1916. Boston University and Harvard, 1906-1909, 1920. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University, Doctor of Philosophy, 1909, S.T.D., 1930.
Doctor of Divinity, De Pauw U., 1920. Doctor of Laws, Wesleyan University, 1924. Doctor of Humane Letters, Hillsdale College, 1932.
Deacon Methodist Episcopal Church, 1903. Pastor, Kokomo, Indiana, 1903. Missionary in India, 1904-1906.
Student pastor N. Cohasset, Massachusetts, 1907. First Church, Boston, 1908-1910. Secretary Foreign Missions Methodist Episcopal Church, and Laymen’s Missionary Movement, 1910-1920.
Bishop Methodist Episcopal Church, official residence at Calcutta, India, 1920-1930. Minister First Methodist Episcopal Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1930-1934, minister Central Church, Detroit, since 1934. Fondren lecturer Southern Methodist University (Dallas, Texas), 1931.
Earl lecturer Pacific School of Religion (University of California), 1932. Beemer lecturer De Pauw University, 1932. Special lecturer Boston University, 1924, 28, 30, Syracuse University, 1933, Morningside College, 1934.
Adams lecturer Indiana University, 1936. Cole lecturer Vanderbilt University, 1937. Delaware to World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1910.
Missionary tour of India, Japan and China, 1917-1918. Director industrial relations department Interchurch World Movement (which appointed interchurch commission of inquiry and publication “Report on Steel Strike of 1919”), 1919. Delegate to World Conference on Faith and Order, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1927.
President Free Church.
Fellowship of America. Fellow American Geography Society, Royal Geography Society (member continuation and Executive Committee).
Married Edith Jackson, February 4, 1903 (died 1921). Married second, Welthy Honsinger, June 18, 1924.