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PIV seeks Constable Grant proposals

Province IV President Angela Daniel has set an October 1 deadline for Constable Fund Grant applications from Province IV for the 2014-2015 cycle. The Constable Fund provides grants to fund mission initiatives not included in The Episcopal Church budget. Each province in the church may recommend one application, and the Oct. 1 deadline is necessary so that proposals within the Province of Sewanee can be reviewed and a single nominee selected before the November 1 deadline the Constable Fund has set.
Here is the information on specific guidelines, the application form and timeline.
The Episcopal News Service complete story is here.
Proposals in Province IV should be sent electronically (by Oct. 1) to Gene Willard, PIV Administrator, at

PIV Campus Ministry head recognized

The Rev. Daniel (Dann) Brown, former chaplain at The Episcopal Center at the University of Georgia and chair of the Province IV Campus Ministries network, was among three individuals recently recognized for their outstanding service and dedication. Brown was presented the Distinguished Service award at the Kindling conference in Minneapolis, Minn., by the Rev. Michael Angell, Episcopal Church Missioner for Young Adult and Campus Ministries. The full story is here:

PIV gathers as family at Kanuga

Province IV welcomed more than 200 deputies, presenters and guests to its 2014 convocational Synod June 4-6 at Kanuga Conference Center, near Hendersonville, NC. Deputies heard mid-triennial reports on a variety of topics, including TREC (Task Force Reimagining the Episcopal Church) and the Study of Marriage Task Force, and spent time in workshops learning about the church's work against Human Trafficking, Episcopal Relief & Development, and a number of provincial networks.

Deputies affirmed a request from the Executive Committee to give $2,500 to the re-emerging Episcopal Church in South Carolina and to look for other opportunities to assist the growing diocese; the offering at the Synod Eucharist (some $1,700) also was designated for the Episcopal Church in South Carolina.

Above, PIV President Angela Daniel (center) laughs with representatives (Ronza Williams and Shana Goodwin) from the Magdalene program and Thistle Farms in Nashville, Tenn., a safe house and residential program for women who were formerly addicts and/or prostitutes.


Here, above, deputies to Synod greet each other in one of several exercises designed to get people talking to their neighbors in other dioceses.

East Carolina Elects A New Bishop

 The Rev. Robert Skirving, rector of St. John’s Church in Midland, Michigan, was elected as the 8th bishop of the Diocese of East Carolina on May 17, pending the required consents. 

Skirving was elected on the third ballot at Christ Church, New Bern, N.C

The consecration and ordination is scheduled for Nov. 8 at the Rock Springs Center in Greenville, N.C., with Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori presiding.

The full story is here:

Diocese of Mississippi elects Bishop Coadjutor

The Very Rev. Brian R. Seage, rector of St. Columb's Episcopal Church in Ridgeland, Miss., was elected bishop coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi May 3, 2014 at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Jackson, Miss. Click here for the full story:

Four from PIV named to Structure Task Force

The Presiding Bishop and the President of the House of Deputies has named 24 persons to the new Task Force for Structural Reform. Four members are from Province IV: The Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, Diocese of North Carolina; Julia Ayala Harris, Diocese of Florida; Sarah Miller, Diocese of Alabama; and Jonathan McKenzie York, Diocese of North Carolina. Approved at the July General Convention 2012, Resolution C)(% calls for development of a 24-member task force charged with presenting a plan to the next General Convention in 2015 for “reforming the church’s structures, governance, and administration.”


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  • 2013 Jonathan Daniels Pilgrimage
    July 31, 2013  |  The 2013 Annual Pilgrimage for Jonathan Daniels and All Alabama Marytrs will take place,leaving from the Courthouse Square, Saturday, August 10, 2013 at 11am.
  • PIV priest named as dean, president of GTS
    May 1, 2013  |  The Rev. Kurt H. Dunkle has been nominated to be the next Dean and President of The General Theological Seminary in New York City. Approved by the Executive Committee of the seminary’s Board of Trustees, Dunkle’s nomination was presented to the Trustees on Friday, February 1, 2013. The Trustees will formally vote on the nomination at the next Board meeting in May 2013. Since 2006, Dunkle has been serving as rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Orange Park, Fla., a parish that has experienced significant growth under his leadership.
  • Former PIV Veep to be PA Provisional Bishop
    March 1, 2013  |  The Right Rev. Clifton Daniel, III, has tendered his resignation as diocesan bishop of the Diocese of East Carolina in order to accept a call and election as Bishop Provisional of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. Bp. Daniel is expected to begin his new work in early March. His resignation in East Carolina is effective Feb. 28.
  • Diocese of Lexington chooses new bishop
    August 18, 2012  |  The Very Rev. Dr. Douglas Hahn was elected as bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington Aug. 18, pending the required consents from a majority of bishops with jurisdiction and standing committees of the Episcopal Church. Hahn, rector of St. Thomas Church, Columbus, Ga., was elected on the second ballot out of a field of six nominees.
  • Jonathan Daniels and All Marytrs Pilgrimage
    August 11, 2012  |  The 2012 Jonathan Daniels Pilgrimage took place in Hayneville, Alabama, today Aug. 11. Some 200 people from across Alabama and beyond participated in the procession which was followed by a worship service.
  • Diocese of Atlanta elects new bishop
    June 2, 2012  |  The Diocese of Atlanta elected its 10th bishop, and first African American leader, on Saturday: The Very Rev. Robert C. “Rob” Wright, 48, rector of St. Paul's Church in Atlanta for the past 10 years.
  • UMCOR to join ERD's "NetsforLife"
    May 24, 2012  |  UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) will join Episcopal Relief & Development’s (ERD) NetsforLife® Program Partnership to prevent and control malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Diocese of Alabama/Central Gulf Coast Parishes Partner to Aid Cullman
    May 6, 2011  |  When parishioners at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Brewton, AL, in the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast, learned of the tornado destruction in North Alabama, they quickly called to check on one of their former parishioner -- now a priest in Trussville.
  • ProvinceIV New Young Adult Network
    March 10, 2011  |  his past November the Province IV Executive Committee approved the forming of a young adult network to help promote young adult ministries in our Province IV dioceses and to help support the efforts of those dioceses and parishes engaging in this ministry.

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