|Short Name:||Henry Hallam Tweedy|
|Full Name:||Tweedy, Henry Hallam, 1868-1953|
Born: August 5, 1868, Binghamton, New York.
Died: April 11, 1953, Brattleboro, Vermont.
Buried: Mountain View Cemetery, New Fairfield, Connecticut.
Tweedy attended Phillips Andover Academy, Yale University (BA & MA), Union Theological Seminary, and the University of Berlin. Ordained a Congregationalist minister in 1898, he pastored at Plymouth Church, Utica, New York (1892-1902), and South Church, Bridgeport, Connecticut (1902-09). He then became Professor of Homiletics at Yale Divinity School (1909-37). He taught liturgy, music, and the arts, and was interested in religious architecture. His works include:
The Minister and His Hymnal
Christian Worship and Praise, 1939
"Eternal God, Whose Power Upholds"
"O Gracious Father of Mankind"
"O Spirit of the Living God"
|Texts by Henry Hallam Tweedy (8)||As||Instances|
|All ye who love the Lord draw near||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||2|
|Eternal God, whose power upholds||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||49|
|Lord of starry vasts unknown||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||2|
|O God of beauty, oft revealed||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||2|
|O gracious Father of mankind||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||37|
|O Holy Spirit making whole||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||5|
|O Spirit of the living God, Thou light and fire divine||Henry H. Tweedy (Author)||16|
|True lovers of mankind||Henry Hallam Tweedy (Author)||2|