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John Milton Moore

Clergyman

John Milton Moore, American clergyman. Decorated Cross of the Holy Sepulchre. member of the board American Baptist Home Mission Society, 1918-1928; Member editorial board An Outline of Christianity.; Club: University of Winter Park, Florida (president 1938-1939 and 1942-1943).

Background

Moore, John Milton was born on June 29, 1871 in Butler County, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Samuel H. and Catharine J. (Patterson) Moore.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Grove City (Pennsylvania) College, 1884, Doctor of Divinity, 1913. Graduate Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, Pennsylvania, 1897.

Career

M 2d, Helen Mabel Heffly, June 28, 1928. Ordained ministry Baptist Church, 1897. Pastor Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, 1897-1903, Centennial Church, Chicago, 1904-1906.

Secretary Department of Missionary Education, Northern Baptist Convention, 1907-1917. Advisory pastor 1st Church, Montclair, New Jersey, 1915-1916. Pastor Marcy Avenue Church, Brooklyn, New York, 1917-1926.

General secretary Federal Council Churches Christ in America, 1927-1931. Interim pastor First Baptist Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1931. Pastor First Baptist Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1931-1936.

Interim pastor 1st Church, Oak Park, Illinois, 1936.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Things That Matter Most. The Challenge of Change. On the Trail of Truth.

Membership

Member of the board American Baptist Home Mission Society, 1918-1928. Member editorial board An Outline of Christianity. Club: University of Winter Park, Florida (president 1938-1939 and 1942-1943).

Connections

Married Clara Mary Ross, May 2, 1894 (died May 9, 1926). Children: Paul Ross (died January.

father:
Samuel H. Moore

mother:
Catharine J. (Patterson) Moore

spouse:
Clara Mary Ross

child:
Paul Ross (died Jan Moore