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Church history intensive course

Archbishop Peter Robinson will teach a church history course for Latimer Theological Institute beginning May 5, 2022. The intensive course will run for seven weeks, with classes held Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. Class dates are May 5, 12, 19 and June 2, 9, 16, 23. To register, contact Latimer registrar the Rev. John T. Brantley by clicking here.

New bishops for the United Episcopal Church

The Rev. Paul C. Slish and the Rev. Daniel J. Sparks were consecrated bishops for the United Episcopal Church of North America on Saturday, March 26, 2022, in a service held at Saints Andrew and Matthias Anglican Church in Hastings, Michigan. Chief consecrator was the Most Rev. Peter Robinson, Presiding Bishop. Co-consecrators were the Rt. Rev. David Hustwick, Ordinary of …

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Upcoming episcopal consecrations

The United Episcopal Church will consecrate two bishops March 26, 2022 in Hastings, Michigan. The Rev. Paul Slish will be consecrated assistant bishop for the Diocese of the Great Lakes. The Rev. Daniel Sparks will be consecrated bishop for the Missionary Diocese of the South and Ozarks. The service will be held at 10:30 a.m. at Sts. Andrew & Matthias …

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Lent term at Latimer

The Lent 2022 term at Latimer Theological Institute begins soon. Course registration closes January 6, 2022. These courses will be offered: BIB 421 – Introduction to the New Testament.Instructor: The Rev. Aaron Long.Day and time TBA. ANG 541 – Anglican Polity.Instructor: The Most Rev. Peter D. Robinson.Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Eastern. 14 weeks, commencing January 13, 2022. BIB 570 – …

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Appointment of a Canon

In the Missionary Diocese of the East, the Rev. Aaron Long has been appointed Canon to the Ordinary with responsibility for those congregations in communion with the UECNA-East under the provisions of Canons 16 and 35. Appointment effective as of November 9, 2021.


Parish vacancies

The United Episcopal Church is seeking qualified men to fill pastoral roles in Arizona and Arkansas. These small parishes desire to continue to grow and mature under appropriate pastoral leadership. Interested clergymen should be willing to conform to the doctrine and discipline of the United Episcopal Church. They should also have character that is above reproach, be committed to the …

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