|Short Name:||William Kuipers|
|Full Name:||Kuipers, William, 1883-1933|
Born: 1883, Rochester, New York.
Died: 1933, Passaic, New Jersey.
Buried: Restlawn Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Kuipers emigrated from Friesland, Holland, to America, in the late 1880s, graduated from Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and was ordained in the Christian Reformed Church. He served at the Second Christian Reformed Church of Fremont, Michigan (1914-19); Christian Reformed churches in Oakland, Michigan (1919-23); Dennis Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1923-27); and Summer Street, Passaic, New Jersey (1927-33). He wrote a number of poems, hymns, and psalm versifications.
|Texts by William Kuipers (11)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|By the sea of crystal||William Kuipers (Author)||9|
|Forth from Thy courts, Thy sacred dwelling||William Kuipers (Author)||English||2|
|I hear in the air 'neath the canopy blue||Rev. Wm. Kuipers (Translator)||English||3|
|I love the Lord, the fount of life and grace||William Kuipers (Author)||English||4|
|In my grievous tribulation||William Kuipers (Author)||English||2|
|In the good ship of our Captain||Rev. Wm. Kuipers (Author)||2|
|My mouth shall sing for aye Thy tender mercies, Lord||William Kuipers, 1884-1933 (Author)||English||3|
|O God of hosts, O God of grace||William Kuipers (Author)||English||3|
|O Israel's God, how good Thou art||William Kuipers (Author)||English||2|
|Our Gracious God has laid His firm foundations||William Kuipers (Versifier)||English||3|
|Send forth, O Lord of my salvation||William Kuipers (Author)||English||2|