New York diocese announces 5 nominees for bishop suffragan

By ENS staff
Posted Oct 7, 2013

[Episcopal News Service] The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of New York has announced a slate of five nominees to stand for election as the diocese’s bishop suffragan.

They are:

Detailed information about the five nominees is available here.

A petition process for submitting additional candidates will run until Oct. 26. The petition form is available here.

The nominees will participate in a visit to the diocese Nov. 12-15, during which time they will meet with clergy and lay people of the diocese.

The bishop suffragan election is scheduled to take place on Dec. 7.

The bishop suffragan will succeed the Rt. Rev. Catherine Roskam who retired in 2011 after serving the diocese for 15 years.


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  1. Tony smith says:

    I am a parishioner of 25 years standing at Christ Church in The Bronx ( Riverdale) New York. I am writing to forward the candidacy of Reverend Patrick Ward for Bishop Suffragent of New York. Father Ward has been an outstanding interim priest at our Parish. He is completely engaging, bright, thoughtful, compassionate yet keeps his tone light and always welcoming. His background in carpentry and as a Marine ground his words with what is authentic and real. He is a genuine leader. He has a wonderful, engaging and uplifting energy . I recommend him to the Diocese wholeheartedly. His spirit, energy and word will be a real contribution. Tony Smith, CEO , BSA Consulting Group.

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