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Clergyman

John Murdoch Mac Innis was a Canadian clergyman.

Background

Innis, John Murdoch Mac was born on August 6, 1871 in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Son of Angus and Mary (Mac Pherson).

Education

Education high school. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. Bachelor of Arts, Iowa Christian College, 1913, Master of Literature, 1904, Doctor of Philosophy., 1914.

Bachelor of Divinity, Temple University, 1911. Doctor of Literature, Syracuse University, 1920.

Career

Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1898. Pastor Hallock, Minnesota, 1898-1900, Macalister College Chapel, St. Paul, 1900-1901, Santa Clara, California, 1901-1903, Montrose, Pennsylvania, 1903-1908, Gaston Church, Philadelphia, 1908-1910, Park St. Church, Halifax, Nova Scoti, 1910-1913, South Church, Syracuse, New York, 1913-1922. Dean Bible Institute, Los Angeles, California, 1925-1928.

Representative of Los Angeles Presbytery in Christian education work. Director and secretary Montrose Bible Conference, 1914-1923. Member board of trustees and commission on education of Religious Conference at University of California in Los Los Angeles Made tour of China, speaking before schools, colleges, and at student and missionary confs.

Membership

Member board of trustees and com.

Connections

Married Ida E. Coffin, October 20, 1897. Children: David Sutherland, Florence Stearns, Mary Ruth, William Montague, Gordon Alexander, John Morgan.

father:
Angus M.

mother:
Mary (Mac Pherson) M.

spouse:
Ida E. Coffin

child:
David Sutherland Innis

child:
Florence Stearns Innis

child:
Mary Ruth Innis

child:
William Montague Innis

child:
Gordon Alexander Innis

child:
John Morgan Innis