Pierce Joins Pacifists’ Board


The Rev. Nathaniel W. Pierce, supply priest at St. Paul’s Church in Trappe, Maryland, and ecumenical officer for the Diocese of Easton, has been elected to the board of Anglican Pacifist Fellowship in the United Kingdom.

“We are now a worldwide organization; peace and justice issues are of worldwide concern,” said Sue Clayton, newly elected chairwoman of the board. “We felt it was time that the board of trustees of the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship reflected this new reality.”

Pierce was ordained a priest in 1973 and served congregations in California, Idaho, and Massachusetts before moving to the Eastern Shore of Maryland in 1991. With Paul Ward he wrote The Voice of Conscience: A Loud and Unusual Noise (Charles River Press, 1989), a history of Episcopal Peace Fellowship from 1939 to 1989.

Adapted from Episcopal News Service


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