Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church

2930 W. Broad Street  Columbus OH 43204   614-276-5433

REV. JAMES HOGE : A Look Back In Memorium


     The Life of Reverend James Hoge was a blend of spiritual shepherd, community pioneer, and guardian to the blind and deaf.  On the 50 Anniversary of Hoge Memorial Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Ohio, a series of articles were written about his life.  The sketches were taken from notes gathered by the late Foster Copeland and assembled by his daughter, Miss Eleanor Copeland back in January 1956.  The articles were written by M. K. Weber and Paul Hess, historians of Hoge Memorial P. C. For our story visit the chapters below by clicking on the blue underlined titles. 


PART ONE: Dr. James Hoge Pioneered as Preacher, Civic Leader

PART TWO: Rev. Hoge Organizes First Church In Franklin County

PART THREE: Rev. Hoge Accepts Pastorate Of Franklinton Church In 1807

PART FOUR: Dr. Hoge Is Instrumental In Church Establishing

PART FIVE: Dr. Hoge Builds New Church; Founds Columbus Presbytery

PART SIX: Dr. Hoge Completes 50 Years As Pastor And Civic Leader



WE REMEMBER
: Dr. James Hoge

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