Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry released from hospital

Posted Dec 11, 2015

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has been discharged from the hospital in Virginia Dec. 11 and is going to his home in North Carolina.

“God is God and I have lived my life trusting in Him,” the presiding bishop said. “And I believe the church and the world are in God’s hands even when it may not seem like it.”

Presiding Bishop Curry expressed his gratitude for the healthcare team of doctors, nurses and all “who have been helpful to me during the hospitalization.”

The presiding bishop will continue his health-care regimen which includes physical therapy and occupational therapy.

Presiding Bishop Curry and his family are touched by the outpouring of prayers and well wishes. In their thankfulness, they ask for privacy during his recovery.

As noted previously, he plans to conduct a staff meeting on Monday via videoconferencing from his home.

Presiding Bishop Curry was taken to the hospital Dec. 6 after a visitation to Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.

Further information will continue to be released by the presiding bishop’s office.


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Comments (18)

  1. Continued prayers to you, my Presiding Bishop……

    1. Yes, PB Curry !!!! The Heavenly Father is Always with you……It will be all right !!!!

    2. God is with you may he continue to have u and give u what u need job well done Rev we luv u and the family prayers are up. From: Elaine & Randy

  2. E. Ulric C-Jones says:

    May God’s Healing Grace be upon you, dear Bishop Curry. You and your family are certainly in our prayers. So glad to hear the good news of your successfful surgery and we pray for your complete healing and restoration.

    (Fr.) E. Ulric & Marilyn C-Jones
    Town of Caliaqua
    St. Vincent & the Grenadines

  3. Stephen and I are grateful for your recovery thus far and pray that you will return to robust good health soon. Love and blessings,

  4. Catherine Cheek says:

    Prayers for healing, peace, and joy, Presiding Bishop Curry.

  5. Keith Edwards says:

    We need you. We’ll pray, you get well. That rugged preaching will hurt ya’!

  6. Pat Gunn says:

    Continued prayers for your complete recovery. God bless you.

  7. Glenna Faust Geiger says:

    Woohoo! So glad you’re out of hospital. Now rest and continue to be healed while we all pray for you. We need you, dear Bishop. God bless you and your family.

  8. Alice Elsner says:

    Blessings and prayers of thanksgiving for your recovery Bishop Curry.

  9. Elizabeth Siler says:

    I am so glad he is recovering. He is a wonderful bishop!

  10. Rev'd Carl A. Byrd, Sr. says:

    Bishop Curry, you are in my Prayers.
    Peace of the Lord,
    Former Vestry of Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church
    Wilmington, NC

  11. The Rev. & Mrs. Jack L Watson says:

    We are so happy to hear that you have begun a recovery, and our prayers continue for your full restoration to health. I join my voice to many others in saying the Church needs you, and I feel sure that God will guide you as your guide our Church.

  12. Kermit R Moffitt says:

    Dear Bishop Curry;
    It seems we not only share a Love of God, for I too underwent surgery for a subdural hematoma on October 30th this year after experiencing severe headaches for several weeks. It is a life changing event as you are now well aware. I know we both can agree that we are living witnesses to the wonderful power of God as he answered all of the Prayers offered to him on our behalf. My Family and I will continue to Pray for your continuing recovery.

  13. Jo Ann Haseltine says:

    My healing prayers are with you. I was so move by the video with the vergers and hope someday you will be visiting Grace Cathedral so I can met you in person. Your messages and pictures radiant love and holy spirit. Jo Ann Haseltine, Verger at St. Stephen’s Church ,Belvedere, CA

  14. Jenny Landis-Steward says:

    Holding you, your family and your caregivers in prayer and thanksgiving for your recovery.

  15. Pastor Julius Carroll says:

    Dear Presiding Bishop, a word from a couple of Lutherans in Raleigh:

    May Dr. Jesus continue to EMBRACE YOU and make you WHOLE.
    The Rev. Dr. Julius and Geneva Carroll

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