September 8, 1873, New York City.

January 11, 1946.

Knapp attended Columbia College (graduated 1894) and Yale College (BD 1897). He served at the First Congregational Church in Southington, Connecticut (1897-1900); the Brick Presbyterian Church in New York City (assistant pastor, 1901-03); and the Central Congregational Church, Worcester, Massachusetts (1908-36). His works include:

  1. Dear God, the Sun Whose Light Is Sweet
  2. Lord God of Hosts
  3. Not Only Where God’s Free Winds Blow
  4. Three Days He Lay in Death
  5. Thy People, Lord, of Many Lands and Nations