Anderson, C(harles) P(almerston) 1864-1930
ANDERSON, C(harles) P(almerston) 1864-1930
Born September 8, 1864, in Kemptville, Ontario, Canada; immigrated to United States, 1891; died January 30, 1930, in Chicago, IL; son of Henry and Maria S. Anderson; married Janet Glass, 1889. Education: Attended Trinity College School in Port Huron, Ontario, Canada.
Ordained deacon, Church of England in Canada, 1887, ordained priest, 1888; pastor of Anglican church in Beachburg, Canada until 1891; transferred to Episcopal Church, 1891; Grace Episcopal Church, Chicago, IL, pastor, c.1891-1900; bishop of Diocese of Chicago, 1900-29; named presiding bishop of Episcopal Church, 1929. Faith and Order Conferences, founding member, c. 1910.
Confirmation or the Laying on of Hands, McClurg & Co. (Chicago, IL), 1909
Letters to Laymen, Young Churchman Co. (Milwaukee, WI), 1913.
The Work of the Church on Behalf of Unity, by the Rt. Rev. C. P. Anderson … Preached at S. Paul's Church, Chicago, on the Sunday Next before Advent, [Chicago, IL], 1917.
The Religion of Our Lord, 1923.
Religion and Morality, Morehouse Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1924.
The Kingdom of God: Addresses Delivered in Milwaukee and Chicago during Passion Week and Holy Week, 1926, Morehouse Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1926.
Twentieth Century Discipleship: Addresses, Morehouse Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1928.
Other writings include pamphlets and published sermons.*