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Fr. Stuart H. Hoke

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Local Address:  New York City , New York , United States
General Theological Seminary

Employment History

  • Adjunct Professor
    General Theological Seminary
  • Teacher
    General Theological Seminary
  • Executive Assistant To the Rector
    Trinity Church
  • Staff Chaplain
    Trinity Church
  • Position, Office Tower
    Trinity Church
  • Transfiguration
  • Adjunct Professor
    General Seminary
  • Chaplain and Dean of Community Life
    General Seminary
  • Staff Chaplain
    Trinity Church Wall Street and Missioner


  • Southern Methodist University
  • Master of Divinity degree
    Episcopal Divinity School
  • Master of Sacred Theology degree
    General Theological Seminary
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Fr. Stuart ..., 5 Mar 2014 [cached]
Fr. Stuart Hoke
Fr. Hoke is an Episcopal priest who has served parishes in several states as well as having been on the staff of the General Theological Seminary, one of the Episcopal Church's seminaries located in NYC. Help us welcome him to St Andrew's! Donations to help cover Fr. Hoke's expenses are very welcome. Please write a check to St. Andrew's with Fr. Hoke's name on the memo line.
After graduating from Southern ..., 27 Oct 2009 [cached]
After graduating from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Dr. Hoke attended the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he received the Master of Divinity degree. Ordained in 1972, Hoke spent the greater part of his ministry in the Southwest-Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas. In Arkansas he served as Assistant at St. Mark's, Little Rock, and Rector of St. John's, Harrison.
In 1996, he completed the Master of Sacred Theology degree at New York's General Theological Seminary, and was awarded the Doctor of Theology degree in the spring of 2000. Hoke is a frequent retreat and quiet day conductor throughout the Episcopal Church. He also is an Adjunct Professor at the General Theological Seminary in New York City where he teaches a course entitled "The Pastor's Role in Ministering to the Alcoholic. Recently he accepted appointment as Priest in Charge of St Titus' Church, Durham, North Carolina.
Stuart Hoke
Join us for the Rev. Stuart ..., 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
Join us for the Rev. Stuart Hoke's presentation at 9:30 a.m. and for his Recovery Sunday sermon at 8 or 10:30 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. Rector's Forum: In his presentation, THE INFINITE VALUE OF A PAINFUL PAST, Stuart Hoke will focus on the miracle of Redemption--so visibly and actively at work in circles of Recovery. 12-step spirituality emphasizes that our difficult (and sometimes dark) past--in God's Hands--becomes the best resource we have when it comes to helping others. Interweaving his personal experience as a recovering person with the principles of Christian living, Dr. Hoke will "unpack" the great promise of the Twelve-step program: "Showing others who suffer how we were given help is the very thing which makes life seem so worthwhile to us now. Stuart Hoke: Born in Memphis and raised across the river in Blytheville, the Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke is a priest of the Diocese of New York who recently retired as Staff Chaplain at Trinity Church Wall Street in New York City and Missioner to St. Paul's Chapel at Ground Zero. Hoke is a frequent retreat and quiet day conductor throughout the Episcopal Church. He also is an Adjunct Professor at General Seminary where he has pioneered a course on the Church's role in the treatment of alcoholism and addictive illness. In the very recent past, Stuart served as interim Chaplain and Dean of Community Life at General Seminary. Dr. Hoke now resides in Fearrington Village, North Carolina.
Former Arkansas priest Stuart ..., 16 Nov 2006 [cached]
Former Arkansas priest Stuart Hoke was serving as the executive assistant to the Rector at Trinity Episcopal Church on Wall Street in New York City, just a few yards from the World Trade Center. When the first plane hit the north tower, he ran to the church, put on a cassock and surplice, ran to the pulpit and began reading prayers.
Stuart said they all thought they were certainly going to die.
When the noise was over, he said to the congregation, "Now it's time for you to stand and sing the second verse.
Stuart said, "We've had to hold each other's souls for hour upon hour and just let whatever emerge, emerge. (From the 2002 Trinity Institute, "How Then Must We Live? --
Letter From the Rector: November 2001, 1 Nov 2001 [cached]
My thoughts first turned to my friend Stuart Hoke, who is the brother of parishioner Leah Rainey.
Stuart and I have been friends for many years.He currently serves as Executive Assistant to the Rector of Trinity Church, Wall Street.I was quite certain that he would already be at work in the Trinity Church office tower directly behind the church and just a block or so away from the World Trade Center.
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