The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty
Denomination: United Church of Christ (UCC)
Organization: Hammond Street Congregational Church, Bangor, ME
The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty is pastor of Hammond Street Congregational Church UCC in Bangor, Maine.
Mark Allen Doty is a native of Salem, Massachusetts, and is a fifth generation pastor. Educated in the public schools of Lynn, Massachusetts, and Indianapolis, Indiana, he received his Bachelor of Arts with Honors in English from Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas, in 1969. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Boston University School of Theology, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1972 and the Ph.D. degree in English from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, in 1978.
A pastor with full standing in the United Church of Christ, Dr. Doty has been on seven church staffs during his professional career. He is currently the pastor of Hammond Street Congregational Church, UCC, in Bangor, Maine. In addition to his ministerial responsibilities, Dr. Doty has had a wide experience in teaching on the secondary, college and graduate levels.
Dr. Doty is the author of Tell Me Who I Am: James Agee's Search for Selfhood, published the Louisiana State University Press in 1978. He is the father of a son and daughter and has two grandsons.
Dr. Doty has been involved in a number of pursuits ranging from prison ministry to the Walk to Emmaus to singing in a male chorus. Other interests include travel, gardening, antiques, theatre, genealogy, and cooking.
Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty
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Sunday March 19, 2006
The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty, pastor of Hammond Street Congregational Church (UCC) in Bangor, Maine, continues his study of the prodigal sermon in this week's sermon.
Sunday March 12, 2006
The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty is pastor of Hammond Street Congregational Church (UCC) in Bangor, Maine. This is the first in a two-part series on the Parable of the Prodigal Son.
Radio by The Rev. Dr. Mark Doty
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Wednesday July 05, 2006
In this Day1 Podcast Extra, the Rev. Mark Doty, pastor of Hammond Street Congregational Church in Bangor, Maine, shares his personal insights and experiences of preaching at the 2006 Festival of Homiletics.