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Pinckney C. Enniss Edit Profile

Minister

Pinckney C. Enniss, American minister. Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church. Recipient martin L. King, Senior Community Service award, King Center, Atlanta, 1988.

Background

Enniss, Pinckney C. was born on October 16, 1931 in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. Son of Pinckney Chambers and Minnie (Paschal) Enniss.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Davidson College, 1953. Doctor of Divinity, Davidson College, 1988. Bachelor's Degree, Columbia Seminary, Decatur, Georgia, 1958.

Master of Theology, Columbia Seminary, 1970.

Career

Senior minister, Hillside Presbyterian Church, Decatur, 1958-1967; senior minister, Meadowview Presbyterian Church, Louisville, 1967-1970; senior minister, First Presbyterian Church, Tallahassee, 1970-1976; senior minister, Center Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, 1976-1989; senior minister, The Reformed Church, Bronxville, New York, since 1989. Member General Assembly nominating committee, 1977-1978, committee Social Witness Policy, since 1988. Moderator Atlanta Presbytery, 1985.

Chairman Urban (Presbyterian) Church Task Force, 1985.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor sermons to Pulpit Digest, series of devotionals to Day by Day, articles to religious publications.

Membership

Board of trustees Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1973-1976, Queens College, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1986-1989. Member Leadership Atlanta, 1977. Co-chair.Civilian Review Board, Atlanta, 1988.

First lieutenant United States Army, 1953-1955. Member Hudson River Presbytery, Siwandy Country Club.

Connections

Married Martha Jane Wiloman, June 11, 1955. Children: David Pinckney, Stephen Crossley.

father:
Pinckney Chambers Enniss

mother:
Minnie (Paschal) Enniss

spouse:
Martha Jane Wiloman

child:
Stephen Crossley Enniss

child:
David Pinckney Enniss