Log In

Stewart Means

Clergyman

Stewart Means, American clergyman.

Background

Means, Stewart was born on August 4, 1852 in Steubenville, Ohio, United States. Son of Thomas and Ann J. (Stewart) Means.

Education

Student Kenyon College, 1869-1872, Union Theological Seminary, 1872-1875, Episcopal Theological School, 1875-1876. A.M. (honorary), Kenyon. Doctor of Divinity, Trinity, and Yale, 1904.

Career

Deacon, Protestant Episcopal Church, 1875, priest, 1876. Rector Bayonne, New Jersey, 1876-1879, Middletown, O., 1879-1881. Assistant minister St. Ann’s, Brooklyn, 1882-1883.

Rector St. John’s, New Haven, 1883-1923. Author: St. Paul and the Ante-Nicene Church. Parish Sermons; Faith—An Historical Study, 1933.

Translator: Harnack’s Apostles’ Creed. Home: Hamden, Conn.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: St. Paul and the Ante-Nicene Church. Parish Sermons

    • Faith—An Historical Study, 1933. Translator: Harnack’s Apostles’ Creed.

Connections

Married Katharine Elizabeth Gower, May 10, 1887.

father:
Thomas Means

mother:
Ann J. (Stewart) Means

spouse:
Katharine Elizabeth Gower