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Mr. Norman A. Koop

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Pastor

Local Address: Woodstock, Vermont, United States
First Congregational Church
 
Background

Employment History

  • Pastor
  • Student Assistant
    Tenth Church
  • Pastor
    The First Congregational Church of Woodstock Vermont

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M. Div.
    Princeton Theological Seminary
  • bachelors degree
    Eastern College
  • SBS
20 Total References
Web References
Norm Koop, Pastor ...
www.ccef.org, 3 Jan 2014 [cached]
Norm Koop, Pastor
Houses of Worship | The Vermont Standard
www.thevermontstandard.com, 4 Jan 2015 [cached]
36 Elm Street, Woodstock- Norman A. Koop, Pastor. Church office 457-9818.
Church Leadership | First Congregational Church of Woodstock Vermont
www.fccw.net, 13 Aug 2014 [cached]
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
www.fccw.net, 11 Nov 2011 [cached]
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
Spiritual Life
www.stonybrook.org, 4 Nov 2004 [cached]
Rev. Norm Koop ~ First Congregational Church, SBS Board of Trustees
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