Diocese of Lexington

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May 21, 2012

[Diocese of Lexington] The standing, nominating, and transition committees of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington on May 21 announced a slate of five candidates for seventh bishop of the diocese:

The Rev. Ronald Abrams, rector, St. James Parish, Wilmington, North Carolina (Diocese...

March 5, 2012

[Episcopal Relief & Development] Two series of tornadoes struck the Midwest and South on February 28-29 and March 2-3, impacting towns and congregations in many Episcopal dioceses. Some affected areas are still recovering from the devastating tornadoes of April 2011.

A total of 39...

January 3, 2012

[Diocese of Lexington] Nominations for the seventh Bishop of Lexington are open until January 31, 2012. All persons who feel called to this position are encouraged to apply.

Those wishing to nominate someone for the position should direct the candidate to the transition website after...

October 31, 2005

They arrived wearing work gloves and carrying brooms, mops, paper towels and other cleaning supplies. Men, women, teens and children converged on the campus that is now the site of All Saints Episcopal Church, the newest congregation in the Diocese of Lexington (Ky.), formed and led by young...

October 18, 2004

The report of the Eames Commission, which was appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to consider relationships within the Anglican Communion was released on Monday morning under the title The Windsor Report. The Rt. Rev. Stacy F. Sauls, Bishop of Lexington, is continuing to prayerfully...

July 19, 2004

The Rev. Christopher B. Platt, former canon to the ordinary in the Diocese of Lexington, was sentenced to deposition from his ministry in the Episcopal Church on July 20, 2004. The sentence followed an ecclesiastical trial at which Platt was found guilty of embezzlement and conduct unbecoming a...

April 28, 2004

After a four-day trial, the Ecclesiastical Court of the Diocese of Lexington unanimously found the Rev. Christopher Platt guilty of embezzlement and conduct unbecoming a member of the clergy, as charged in the presentment of the Standing Committee of the diocese under canon IV.1.1.(A)and J of...

January 13, 2004

The Executive Council of the Diocese of Lexington voted to relegate St. John's in Versailles, Kentucky to mission status for violation of diocesan canons at a special called meeting of the governing body on January 7. Based on what the Executive Council deemed a failure to conduct a reasonable...

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