4 Nominees for Michigan

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The Diocese of Michigan has announced four nominees in its search for an 11th bishop. The slate draws from four states:

  • The Rev. Grace Burton-Edwards, rector of St. Thomas, Columbus, Ga.;
  • The Rev. Canon Paula Clark, canon to the ordinary and canon for clergy development, multicultural ministries, and justice in the Diocese of Washington;
  • The Rev. Bonnie A. Perry, rector of All Saints’ in Chicago;
  • The Rev. Canon Ruth Woodliff-Stanley, canon to the ordinary of the Episcopal Church in Colorado.

Further details about the nominees, including biographic sketches, résumés, and essay answers, are available at edomi.org/candidates.

The diocese will accept nominees by petition until March 18. A special convention will elect the 11th bishop June 1.


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