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Bradley Dyche installed as rector at St. Luke’s, Stephenville

The Rev. Bradley Callaway Dyche was installed as rector of St. Luke’s, Stephenville, on Tuesday, January 29, 2019, by Bishop Scott Mayer. The Rev. David Krause,  Interim Rector of St. Francis’ Episcopal Church in Temple, was the preacher. He was the Canterbury Chaplain at Texas Tech University where Dyche began to discern a call to ordained ministry. Listen to a podcast of the sermon. Watch a short video of the evening, on YouTube or below. See more photos at the diocesan…
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Suzi Robertson to be installed as Priest-in-Charge, Good Shepherd, Granbury

God willing,  the Rt. Rev. J. Scott Mayer will install the Rev. Suzi Robertson as the priest in charge of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Granbury, Texas at 7 p.m. on October 6, 2015. Good Shepherd invites all to gather in faith and hope to celebrate the new mutual ministry of the people of their congregation and their new priest-in-charge. A reception will follow the service. This celebration is on the feast day of William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale. Episcopal clergy are invited to vest in cassock, surplice and red stole, and other clergy are…

Kevin Johnson installed as priest-in-charge, St. Alban’s, Arlington

The Rev. Kevin A. Johnson was installed as priest-in-charge of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, meeting at Theatre Arlington, on Thursday, June 11. 2015, by the Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr. Johnson’s wife, Sandy, was present for the celebration of new ministry, as was his father, Ray Johnson; his brother and sister-in-law, Kerry and Lou Johnson; and his mother-in-law, Gloria Belisch. Johnson grew up in Arlington, was confirmed at St. Alban’s, and graduated from Nolan High School. He graduated from…

The Rev. Kevin Johnson to be installed at St. Alban’s, Arlington- UPDATED

  The Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr., provisional bishop of Fort Worth, will install the Rev. Kevin A. Johnson as priest-in-charge at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church meeting in Theatre Arlington, at 7 pm Thursday, June 11, 2015. There will be a reception afterward in the theater lobby. Johnson grew up in Arlington, was confirmed at St. Alban’s, and graduated from Nolan High School. He graduated from the University of Texas, served in the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers,…
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Scot McComas installed as rector

The Rev. Scot McComas was installed as the third rector of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller on Saturday, May 30, 2015, by the Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr. Among the symbols of ministry presented to him was a stole that the children and youth of the parish had made. McComas was surprised and moved by the gift. He donned the stole immediately after Bishop High blessed it. McComas’ mother, Mary, and his brother, Andy, helped celebrate the occasion.…

Wrapping up the 30th Diocesan Convention

The 30th Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth on November 2-3 was full of milestones. The Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr.,  recently retired bishop suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, was elected and installed as the third provisional bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth on Saturday, November 3, at the convention in Stephenville at Tarleton State University. Watch the video of the installation of Bishop High. Departing Bishop C. Wallis Ohl issued a…

Rayford High elected, installed as Fort Worth’s provisional bishop- a report from ENS

[Episcopal News Service] — The Rt. Rev. Rayford High was elected and installed as the third provisional bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth during the 30th Diocesan Convention Nov. 3 at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. The convention was voting on the Sept. 19 recommendation of the diocesan Standing Committee, which had called High to serve as its next provisional bishop. High served as bishop suffragan of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas from 2003-2011. High succeeds the Rt. Rev C. Wallis Ohl, who…