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Background Information

Employment History

Student Assistant

Tenth Church

Affiliations

Board of Trustees
First Congregational Church of Woodstock

Board of Trustees
The Stony Brook School

Education

Eastern Baptist Seminary

Master of Theology

Eastern College

Master of Theology

Princeton Theological Seminary

Master of Theology

The Stony Brook School

SBS

bachelors degree

Eastern College

degrees of Master of Divinity

Eastern College

degrees of Master of Divinity

Princeton Theological Seminary

degrees of Master of Divinity

The Stony Brook School

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Visitation hours will be held at Rand Wilson Funeral Home in Hanover, New Hampshire on Friday Oct. 16 from 6-8 p.m. Memorial services will be held at the First Congregational Church of Woodstock on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. with a reception to follow for Reverend Norman A. Koop, 69, of Woodstock, who was called to be with the Lord on Oct. 7. with a reception to follow. He was born in Philadelphia on April 8, 1946, son of C. Everett and Elizabeth (Flanagan) Koop. Norman Koop attended The Stony Brook School, Eastern College, Eastern Baptist Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary where he received the degrees of Master of Divinity and Master of Theology. As a seminarian Norm served as Student Assistant at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. In 1973, Norm was called as pastor to the historic Deerfield Presbyterian Church in New Jersey. In 1990, Norm moved to Woodstock as the pastor at the First Congregational Church of Woodstock, where he had filled in as a summer pastor in previous years. Norman and Anne celebrated 25 years of ministry in Woodstock this spring. Norm met the love of his life, Anne (Teague), while working summers at the Cog Railway on Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
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Norman enjoyed reaching out in his ministry to various parts of his community, which included the local prison ministry, as well as his ministry to the students of the Dartmouth College community.
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Norm was a wonderful man of God.


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Norman Koop attended The Stony Brook School, Eastern College, Eastern Baptist Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary where he received the degrees of Master of Divinity and Master of Theology. As a seminarian Norm served as Student Assistant at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. In 1973, Norm was called as pastor to the historic Deerfield Presbyterian Church in New Jersey.

In 1990, Norm moved to Woodstock, Vermont as the pastor at the First Congregational Church of Woodstock, VT where he had filled in as a summer pastor in previous years. Norman and Anne celebrated 25 years of ministry in Woodstock this spring.
Norm met the love of his life, Anne (Teague), while working summers at the Cog Railway on Mount Washington in NH. One of his highlights was spending summers vacationing with family on Lake Mascoma in NH.
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Norman enjoyed reaching out in his ministry to various parts of his community which included the local prison ministry, as well as his ministry to the students of the Dartmouth College community.


Church Leadership | First Congregational Church of Woodstock Vermont

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Pastor Norman A. Koop

The Reverend Norman A. Koop, Th.M. became the teaching elder/pastor of FCCW in 1990. He was born April 8, 1946 in Philadelphia, raised in a Christian home, exposed to the teaching of such outstanding exponents of the Reformed Tradition as Dr. Donald Grey Barnhouse, Dr. Frank E. Gaebelein, Dr. Mariano DiGangi, and Dr. James Montgomery Boice. His educational background includes The Stony Brook School, Eastern College, Eastern Baptist Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary from which he was granted the degrees of Master of Divinity and Master of Theology. As a seminarian he served as Student Assistant at Tenth Church in Philadelphia gaining invaluable teaching experience in that landmark of Reformed Theology. In 1973 he was called as pastor to the historic Deerfield Presbyterian Church in New Jersey. He pastored there for 16 years before coming to Woodstock, Vermont. Mr. Koop is married with three grown children and four grandchildren.


FCCW Leadership

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Pastor Norman A. Koop The Reverend Norman A. Koop, Th.M. became the teaching elder/pastor of FCCW in 1990. He was born April 8, 1946 in Philadelphia, raised in a Christian home, exposed to the teaching of such outstanding exponents of the Reformed Tradition as Dr. Donald Grey Barnhouse, Dr. Frank E. Gaebelein, Dr. Mariano DiGangi, and Dr. James Montgomery Boice. His educational background includes The Stony Brook School, Eastern College, Eastern Baptist Seminary, and Princeton Theological Seminary from which he was granted the degrees of Master of Divinity and Master of Theology. As a seminarian he served as Student Assistant at Tenth Church in Philadelphia gaining invaluable teaching experience in that landmark of Reformed Theology. In 1973 he was called as pastor to the historic Deerfield Presbyterian Church in New Jersey. He pastored there for 16 years before coming to Woodstock, Vermont. Mr. Koop is married with three grown children and four grandchildren.

Anne and Norm Koop
The First Congregational Church of Woodstock, Vermont 36 Elm Street Woodstock, Vermont 05091


First Congregational Church of Woodstock, Vermont

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Norman Apel Koop

Reverend Norman A. Koop, beloved pastor for more than 25 years, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 7th. While we grieve for those he left behind, we know that everything happens according to God's plan.

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