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Stuart H. Hoke

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Episcopal News Service | St. Michael's Episcopal Church

Stuart Hoke receives Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church's Samuel Shoemaker Award
Mon, 02/06/2017 - 2:27pm The Rev. Stuart Hoke was honored with the Samuel Shoemaker Award at the annual meeting of the Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church last November. In a recent telephone interview, Hoke mentioned the words of Bill W., founder of Alcoholics Anonymous: Hoke uses those words to describe his own focus over the past 30 years as a teacher, pastor, priest, mentor and spiritual guide. Since moving to North Carolina in 2008, Hoke has worked as a supply priest throughout the Dioceses of North Carolina and South Carolina, and currently serves as the part-time vicar at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Hamlet, North Carolina. Committed to "spreading the word" about recovery and grace, he is a frequent guest preacher and conference and retreat leader. Hoke became affiliated with Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church in the early 1990s. "I consider addiction to be one of the most significant pastoral issues facing the Church. Bridging the gap between the church and recovery has been my crusade since 1987," he continued. "In both Amarillo and Houston I led Sunday school classes called 'Spiritual Awakenings.' The goal of these classes was to illustrate the strong connection between the tenets of Christianity and the principles of 12-step spirituality. "I have been personally involved in recovery for the past 30 years," he said, calling his involvement redemptive. For the past 12 years, Hoke has pioneered the teaching of two recovery-related courses at The General Theological Seminary. The Very Rev. Ward B. Ewing, D.D. was dean of The General Theological Seminary when those classes were introduced. "When we began the course, General was the only seminary in the Association of Theological Schools to have a course on addiction," he said. "The class has always received the highest evaluation from the students who recognize the importance of understanding addiction in their pastoral ministries." Born in Memphis, Tennessee, and raised across the river in northeast Arkansas, Hoke graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas before attending 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 serving congregations in Arkansas and Texas. After completing the Master of Sacred Theology degree and the Doctor of Theology degree at New York's General Theological Seminary, he served as executive assistant to the rector of Trinity Wall Street from 2000-2008, and also as missioner to St. Paul's Chapel at Ground Zero following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in September 2001. Hoke moved to North Carolina in 2008. The Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church was originally known as the National Episcopal Coalition on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. RMEC is now a separate 501(c)(3) organization of clergy and laity, led by an all-volunteer board. It has been instrumental in bringing the issues of addiction and recovery to the attention of the General Convention, most recently the 2015 resolutions regarding alcohol use and abuse in church settings. "Stuart has educated a generation of clergy to recognize and respond appropriately to the cunning, baffling, and powerful diseases of addiction.


St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Fr. Stuart Hoke
FR. STUART HOKE: SATURDAY AND SUNDAY The Rev. Dr. Stuart Hoke will speak at St. Andrew’s on Saturday, March 8 at 2:00pm concerning Shelter from the Stormy Blast: Reflections on Christian Community Post 9/11. The talk is sponsored by Albany Via Media. We are meeting upstairs in the Children’s Chapel. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served. This Sunday, March 9, we welcome The Rev. Stuart Hoke as our guest preacher. 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. 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.


The Network March 5, 2014 | St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Fr. Stuart Hoke
FR. STUART HOKE: SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 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.


Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church - Home

Stuart Hoke, adjunct professor at General Seminary in New York City, who pioneered a tremendously successful course of study on the Church's role in the treatment of alcoholism and addictive illness.
Over the past 6 years Stuart has shared his expertise and energy with more than 350 students at the seminary and beginning this year, will be adapting that course for an audience in dioceses and parishes across the country.


http://www.episwtn.org/calendar/recovery-sunday-presentation/

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.


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