George Wayland Carpenter Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Union College, Schenectady, 1921, Doctor of Divinity, 1943. Bachelor of Divinity, Colgate Rochester Division School, 1925. Master of Arts, Yale, 1936, Doctor of Philosophy, 1937.
Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1925, appointed missionary American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society, 1925. Teacher, Kimpese, Belgian Congo, 1926-1929, 30-35. Educational secretary Congo Protestant Council, 1937-1948.
Managing director Central Protestant Literature Agency and Press, Leopoldville, 1940-1952. Africa secretary division foreign missions National Council Churches Christ in the United States, 1953-1957, member Executive Committee department international affairs. Secretary International Missionary Council, 1957-1961.
Secretary division world mission and evangelism World Council Churches, 1961-1965. Executive chairman Coordinating Committee Christian Broadcasting, from 1963. Consultant division overseas ministries National Council Churches Trustee Phelps-Stokes Fund.
President North Warren Board Education, 1973-1974. Founder, charter member, trustee Horicon History Society Museum.
Married Isabel Frances West, July 6, 1937.