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Eastern and Western Michigan Clergy Statement on Antiracism

posted June 7, 2020

Written by Katie Forsyth

As clergy of the Episcopal Dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan, we grieve the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and all other victims of racialized violence. We stand with those who are pleading for justice, those demanding an end to police brutality, and those who are crying out for a new day. We also recognize that racism manifests in brutal ways every day, ways that those of us who are white don’t see. 

The stories of the past few months, which echo and amplify those of over four hundred years in our nation, are opening the hearts, minds, and lives of us all. We have all witnessed people of color being murdered for no other reason than race. We have seen how the bodies of our siblings of color are perceived as inherently violent by some and expendable by others. We know that communities of color have suffered far higher percentages of deaths from COVID-19 due to inequalities in healthcare, working conditions, and other realities related to systemic racism. We have seen white supremacist groups growing in visibility and voice. We have witnessed inexcusable force—including the use of chemical irritants, rubber bullets, and batons—being used against people of all colors simply because they are in our streets peacefully protesting for change of racist structures and ways. 

The Rev. Dan Scheid stands with peaceful protestors in downtown Flint. (Photo credit: Jake May, MLive.com)

As Episcopal clergy, we decry any persons or groups who have subverted these otherwise peaceful protests by bringing violence to our streets and communities. And in those circumstances where the rage of those who are suffering oppression has boiled over into riots, we heed the advice of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “to commit to listen to the anger behind the riots.” Our nation has neither acknowledged fully nor responded comprehensively to the ongoing violence against people of color. Our baptismal vows call us to respond now and always with courage and compassion, “to persevere in resisting evil, to strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.”

We believe that this moment, like others in our shared history, is inviting us to radical transformation. We also believe that faith demands our participation in helping such transformation take hold. We acknowledge that racism is woven into the systems, institutions, history, and psyche of our nation, including our communities of faith. We confess our complicity even as we seek to break the cycles that sinfully perpetuate racialized violence, inequality, and injustice. We commit anew to the work of reconciliation. 

As people of faith, we believe that God is present in struggles for justice, calling us to repentance and inviting us to more fully embody Christ’s mandate to “love one another.” Our Presiding Bishop, the Most Reverend Michael Curry, says that God’s dreams are so much greater, more merciful, more loving, and more just than the nightmare being lived by too many in our world. The nightmare of racism is real. God’s dreams are longing to break through. Now. 

We commit our prayers and our presence to the hard work ahead, to the faithful work of reconciliation as we stand with those whose tears, hopes, and cries for justice can transform and liberate us all.  

 

Signed,

The Clergy of the Episcopal Dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan

 

The following people have signed their name to this letter – 

The Rt. Rev. Whayne M. Hougland, Jr., Provisional Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan, IX Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan

The Rt. Rev. Edward L. Lee, Jr., Retired, VII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan

The Rt. Rev. Edwin Leidel, Retired, I Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan

The Rt. Rev. S. Todd Ousley, II Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan

The Rev. Jennifer Adams, Grace Episcopal Church in Holland

The Rev. Deacon Brad Allard, Retired, Wyoming

The Rev. Canon Valerie Ambrose, The Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan

The Rev. Deacon Linda Ash, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Corunna

The Rev. John Autio, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Greenville

The Rev. Jodi Baron, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Beulah, Church of the Holy Trinity in Manistee

The Rev. Christian Baron, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Beulah, Church of the Holy Trinity in Manistee

The Rev. Heather Barta, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Clarkston

The Rev. Stephen Bartlett, Retired, Shelby

The Very Rev. Judith D. Boli, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Saginaw

The Rev. Molly Bosscher, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Paul Brisbane, Retired, Coldwater

The Rev. Christian Brocato, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Deacon Katherine Brower, Retired, Grand Rapids

The Rev. Wendy Brown, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Charlotte

The Rev. Paul Brunell, Christ Episcopal Church in Owosso 

The Rev. Celine Burke, Retired, Manistee

The Rev. Brian Chace, Trinity Episcopal Church in West Branch

The Rev. Elizabeth Chace, Retired, Frederick 

The Rev. Zachariah Char, Sudanese Grace Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Schuyler L. Clapp, Retired, Traverse City

The Rev. Sue Colavincenzo, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Davison

The Rev. Brian Coleman, St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Battle Creek

The Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Grand Haven

The Ven. Linda Crane, Grace Episcopal Church in Port Huron

The Rev. Rebecca Crise, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Paw Paw

The Rev. Lewis D. Crusoe, St. James Episcopal Church in Cheboygan

The Rev. Dr. Kathleen Dancer, Retired, Muskegon

The Rev. John David, Retired, Muskegon

The Rev. Dr. Mary Delaney, Retired, Alma

The Rev. Hugh Dickinson, Retired, Grand Rapids

The Rev. Elizabeth Morris Downie, Retired, Grand Blanc

The Rev. Tom Downs, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Gladwin

The Rev. Marilyn Dressel, Retired, Traverse City

The Ven. Beth Drews, Trinity Episcopal Church in Three Rivers

The Rev. Paula E. Durren, Retired, New Buffalo

The Rev. Patricia Eichenlaub, Retired, St. Joseph

The Rev. D. Edward Emenheiser, Retired, Traverse City

The Rev. Dr. Mark Engle, Retired, Battle Creek

The Rev. Dr. Valerie Fargo, The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan

The Rev. Michael C. Fedewa, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Muskegon

The Rev. Allan Feltner, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Mio

The Rev. Deacon Robert P. Finn, Retired, West Branch

The Rev. William Fleener, Retired, Muskegon

The Rev. Mary Frens, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Fremont

The Very Rev. Dr. Jay Gantz, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Flint

The Rev. Deacon Jan Gockerman, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Ann Grady, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Grand Blanc

The Rev. Dr. Thomas Guback, Retired, Northport

The Rev. Canon Anne Hallmark, The Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan

The Rev. Jim Harrison, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Midland

The Rev. BJ Heyboer, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Newaygo

The Rev. John B. Hills, Retired, Grand Haven

The Rev. Ken Hitch, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Midland 

The Rev. Charles Homeyer, Retired, Grand Rapids

The Rev. Peter Homeyer, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Wyoming

The Rev. Deacon Kimberly Hoop, Holy Cross Episcopal and Ascension Lutheran Church in Kentwood

The Rev. Kay M. Houck, Trinity Episcopal Church in Lexington

The Rev. Michael Houle, Retired, Birch Run

The Rev. Mary Jo Hudson, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Saginaw

The Rev. Henry Idema, III, Retired, Grand Haven

The Rev. Alan James, Grace Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Mark Jenkins, Retired, Battle Creek

The Rev. Dr. Jay Emerson Johnson, All Saints Episcopal Church in Saugatuck

The Rev. Karen Joy Kelly, Retired, Three Oaks 

The Rev. Edward King, Retired, Lexington

The Rev. Ted Koehl, St. Francis Episcopal Church in Orangeville

The Rev. Deacon Anna Leigh Kubbe, Retired Archdeacon, Eastern Michigan

The Rev. Darlene M. S. Kuhn, Episcopal Church of the Mediator, Harbert

The Rev. Rebecca Baird Lepley, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Harsens Island

The Rev. Tracie Little, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church in Fenton

The Rev. James Lively, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sturgis

The Rev. Pamela Lynch, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Gaylord

The Rev. Thomas Manney, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Bad Axe

The Rev. Deacon Judy Marinco, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church in Fenton

The Rev. Mike Marinco, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church in Fenton

The Rev. Lily Marx, St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Muskegon

The Rev. Deacon Dr. Daniel L. Maxwell, Trinity Episcopal Church in Alpena

The Rev. Deacon John R. Meengs, Retired, Saugatuck

The Rev. David Meyers, St. Peter’s-by-the-Lake Episcopal Church in Montague

The Very Rev. Bill McClure, Trinity Episcopal Church in Alpena

The Rev. Richard McKenzie, ELCA clergy serving Trinity Episcopal Church in Grand Ledge

The Rev. Deacon Thomas McPherson, Trinity Episcopal Church in Marshall

The Rev. Kenneth Michnay, ELCA clergy serving St. John’s Episcopal Church in Grand Haven

The Rev. Deacon Cynthia Nawrocki, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

The Rev. Curt Norman, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Saginaw

The Rev. Ann Norton, St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Otter Lake

The Rev. Nurya Love Parish, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church in Belmont

The Rev. Deacon Larry Parks, Grace Episcopal Church in Lapeer

The Rev. Sara Parks, Grace Episcopal Church in Lapeer

The Rev. James Perra, Grace Episcopal Church in Traverse City

The Rev. Mary Perrin, St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church in Kalamazoo

The Rev. David R. Pike, St. David’s Episcopal Church in Lansing

The Rev. Diane Pike, Southwest Michigan Episcopal Covenant

The Rev. Elsa Pressentin, Retired, Muskegon

The Rev. Thomas O’Dell, Christ Episcopal Church in Charlevoix

The Rev. Gerald Rehagen, Retired, 

The Rev. Pamela Renna, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Saginaw

The Rev. Susan C. Rich, Trinity Episcopal Church in Bay City

The Rev. Rick Schark, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Coldwater

The Rev. Daniel S.J. Scheid, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Flint

The Rev. Canon Robert Alan Schiesler, Retired, Grand Rapids

The Rev. Anne Schnaare, Trinity Episcopal Church in Marshall

The Rev. Harold Schneider, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Otter Lake

The Rev. Philip A. Seitz, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Christ Episcopal Church in East Tawas

The Rev. Deb Semon-Scott, Retired, Jonesville

The Rev. Dr. Gail A. Shafer, Trinity Episcopal Church in Grand Ledge

The Rev. Mary J. Shortt, St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church in Higgins Lake

The Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Snyder, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Grand Haven

The Rev. Deacon Bonnie Smith, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Elk Rapids

The Rev. James E. Smith, ELCA clergy serving Trinity Episcopal Church in Three Rivers

The Rev. Deacon Thomas Smith, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Davison

The Rev. Jim Sorenson, Retired, Saginaw

The Rev. Canon William J. Spaid, The Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan 

The Rev. Dr. Lydia Agnew Speller, Grace Episcopal Church in Port Huron

The Rev. Deacon Jane Spencer, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sand Point

The Rev. Canon Michael P. Spencer, The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Grand Blanc

The Rev. Nancy Steele, Retired, Chesaning

The Rev. Jim Steen, Retired, Saugatuck

The Rev. Pamela V. Sten, Retired, Buchanan

The Rev. Diane Stier, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Mount Pleasant

The Rev. Linnea Ruth Peterson Stiffler, Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Hastings

The Rev. Deacon Joanne St. Pierre, St. John the Baptist, Otter Lake

The Rev. Rick Stravers, Retired, Kalamazoo

The Rev. Charles M. Stuart, Retired, Saginaw

The Rev. Deacon Christine W. Tillman, Retired, Wyoming

The Rev. Dr. Chysanne Timm, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Northport

The Rev. Joel Turmo, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Richland 

The Rev. David Vickers, Holy Family Episcopal Church in St. Clair

The Rev. Deacon Patricia Vinge, St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church in Kalamazoo

The Rev. Sharon Voelker, Retired, Bay City

The Rev. Robert Walton, St. James Episcopal Church in Albion

The Rev. Dr. Randall R. Warren, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Kalamazoo

The Rev. Michael Wernick, Holy Cross Episcopal and Ascension Lutheran Church in Kentwood

The Rev. William Whiting, Retired, Elk Rapids

The Rev. Michael Wood, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Portage

The Rev. Susan York, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Grand Rapids

Una declaración del clero del Este y Oeste de Michigan

Como clero de las diócesis episcopales del Este y Oeste de Michigan, lamentamos la muerte de George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor y todas las demás víctimas de la violencia racial. Acompañamos a los que piden justicia, los que exigen el fin de la brutalidad policial y los que claman por un nuevo día. También reconocemos que el racismo se manifiesta de manera brutal todos los días, en formas que aquellos de nosotros que somos blancos no vemos con facilidad.

Las historias de los últimos meses, que hacen eco y amplifican las de más de cuatrocientos años en nuestra nación, están abriendo los corazones, las mentes y las vidas de todos nosotros. Hemos sido testigos del asesinato de personas de color sólo por el color de su piel. Hemos visto cómo los cuerpos de nuestros hermanos de color son percibidos como inherentemente violentos por algunos y prescindibles por otros. Sabemos que las comunidades de color han sufrido porcentajes mucho más altos de muertes por COVID-19 debido a las desigualdades en la atención médica, las condiciones de trabajo y otras realidades relacionadas con el racismo sistémico en nuestra sociedad. Hemos visto grupos de supremacía blanca creciendo en visibilidad y con voces más altas. Hemos sido testigos de la fuerza inexcusable —incluido el uso de irritantes químicos, balas de goma y bastones— contra personas de todos los colores simplemente porque están en nuestras calles protestando pacíficamente para cambiar estructuras basadas en el racismo.

Como clero episcopal, denunciamos a cualquier persona o grupo que haya subvertido estas protestas pacíficas llevando violencia a nuestras calles y comunidades. Asimismo, en aquellas circunstancias donde la ira de quienes sufren la opresión se ha convertido en disturbios, prestamos atención al consejo del reverendo Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. y, “nos comprometemos a escuchar la ira detrás de los disturbios”. Nuestra nación no ha reconocido plenamente ni ha respondido de manera integral a la violencia constante contra las personas de color. Nuestras promesas bautismales nos llaman a responder ahora y siempre con valor y compasión, “perseverando en resistencia al mal, luchando por la justicia y la paz entre todas las personas y respetando la dignidad de todo ser humano”.

Creemos que este momento, como otros en nuestra historia compartida, nos está invitando a una transformación radical. También creemos que la fe exige nuestra participación para ayudar a que esa transformación ocurra. Reconocemos que el racismo está entretejido en los sistemas, instituciones, historia y psique de nuestra nación, incluidas nuestras comunidades de fe. Confesamos nuestra complicidad incluso cuando buscamos romper los ciclos que pecaminosamente perpetúan la violencia racial, la desigualdad y la injusticia. Nos comprometemos nuevamente con el trabajo de reconciliación.

Como personas de fe, creemos que Dios está presente en las luchas por la justicia, llamándonos al arrepentimiento e invitándonos a encarnar más plenamente el mandato de Cristo de “amarnos unos a otros”. Nuestro Obispo Presidente, el Reverendísimo Michael Curry, dice que los sueños de Dios son mucho más grandes, más misericordiosos, más amorosos y más justos que la pesadilla que viven muchos en nuestro mundo. La pesadilla del racismo es real. Los sueños de Dios anhelan hacerse realidad. Ahora.

Nos comprometemos con nuestras oraciones y nuestra presencia a la ardua tarea por delante, al fiel trabajo de reconciliación mientras seguimos acompañando a aquellos cuyas lágrimas, esperanzas y gritos de justicia pueden transformarnos y liberarnos a todos.

 

Firmado,

El clero de las diócesis episcopales del Este y Oeste de Michigan

 

Las siguientes personas han consignado esta carta:

El Muy Rev. Whayne M. Hougland, Jr., obispo provisional de la Diócesis Episcopal del Este de Michigan, IX Obispo de la Diócesis Episcopal del Oeste de Michigan

El Muy Rev. Edward L. Lee, Jr., Retirado, VII Obispo de la Diócesis Episcopal del Oeste de Michigan

El Muy. Reverendo Edwin Leidel, Retirado, I Obispo de la Diócesis Episcopal del Este de Michigan

El Muy Rev. S. Todd Ousley, II Obispo de la Diócesis Episcopal del Este de Michigan

La Rev. Jennifer Adams, Grace Episcopal Church en Holland

El Rev. Diácono Brad Allard, Retired, Wyoming

La Rev. Canóniga Valerie Ambrose, la Diócesis Episcopal del Oeste de Michigan

La Rev. Diácona Linda Ash, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Corunna

El Rev. John Autio, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Greenville

La Rev. Jodi Baron, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church en Beulah, Church of the Holy Trinity en Manistee

El Rev. Christian Baron, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church en Beulah, Church of the Holy Trinity en Manistee

La Rev. Heather Barta, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection en Clarkston

El Rev. Stephen Bartlett, Retirado, Shelby

La Muy Rev. Judith D. Boli, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Saginaw

La Rev. Molly Bosscher, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids

El Rev. Paul Brisbane, Retirado, Coldwater

El Rev. Christian Brocato, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids

La Rev. Diácono Katherine Brower, Retired, Grand Rapids

La Rev. Wendy Brown, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Charlotte

El  Rev. Paul Brunell, Christ Episcopal Church en Owosso

La Rev. Celine Burke, Retirada, Manistee

El Rev. Brian Chace, Trinity Episcopal Church en West Branch

La Rev. Elizabeth Chace, Retirada, Frederick

El Rev. Zachariah Char, Sudanese Grace Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids

La Rev. Schuyler L. Clapp, Retired, Traverse City

La Rev. Sue Colavincenzo, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church en Davison

El Rev. Brian Coleman, St. Thomas Episcopal Church en Battle Creek

El Rev. Dr. Jared Cramer, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Grand Haven

La Ven. Linda Crane, Grace Episcopal Church en Port Huron

La Rev. Rebecca Crise, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Paw Paw

El Rev. Lewis D. Crusoe, St. James Episcopal Church en Cheboygan

La Rev. Dr. Kathleen Dancer, Retired, Muskegon

El Rev. John David, Retirado, Muskegon

La Rev. Dr. Mary Delaney, Retirada, Alma

El Rev. Hugh Dickinson, Retirado, Grand Rapids

La Rev. Elizabeth Morris Downie, Retired, Grand Blanc

El Rev. Tom Downs, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Gladwin

La Rev. Marilyn Dressel, Retired, Traverse City

La Ven. Beth Drews, Trinity Episcopal Church en Three Rivers

La Rev. Paula E. Durren, Retired, New Buffalo

La Rev. Patricia Eichenlaub, Retired, St. Joseph

El Rev. D. Edward Emenheiser, Retired, Traverse City

El Rev. Dr. Mark Engle, Retired, Battle Creek

El Rev. Dr. Valerie Fargo, The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan

El Rev. Michael C. Fedewa, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Muskegon

El Rev. Allan Feltner, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church en Mio

El Rev. Diácono Robert P. Finn, Retired, West Branch

El Rev. William Fleener, Retired, Muskegon

El Rev. Mary Frens, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Fremont

El Muy Rev. Dr. Jay Gantz, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church en Flint

The Rev. Ann Grady, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church en Grand Blanc

El Rev. Dr. Thomas Guback, Retired, Northport

La Rev. Canóniga Anne Hallmark, Diócesis Episcopal del Oeste de Michigan

El Rev. Jim Harrison, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Midland

La Rev. BJ Heyboer, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Newaygo

El Rev. John B. Hills, Retirado, Grand Haven

El Rev. Ken Hitch, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Midland

El Rev. Charles Homeyer, Retired, Grand Rapids

El Rev. Peter Homeyer, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church en Wyoming

La Rev. Diácona Kimberly Hoop, Holy Cross Episcopal and Ascension Lutheran Church en Kentwood

La Rev. Kay M. Houck, Trinity Episcopal Church en Lexington

El Rev. Michael Houle, Retirado, Birch Run

La Rev. Mary Jo Hudson, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church en Saginaw

El Rev. Henry Idema, III, Retired, Grand Haven

El Rev. Alan James, Grace Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids

El Rev. Mark Jenkins, Retirado, Battle Creek

El Rev. Dr. Jay Emerson Johnson, All Saints Episcopal Church en Saugatuck

La Rev. Karen Joy Kelly, Retirada, Three Oaks

El Rev. Edward King, Retired, Lexington

El Rev. Ted Koehl, St. Francis Episcopal Church en Orangeville

The Rev. Deacon Anna Leigh Kubbe, Retired Archdeacon, Eastern Michigan

La Rev. Darlene M. S. Kuhn, Episcopal Church of the Mediator, Harbert

La Rev. Rebecca Baird Lepley, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Harsens Island

La Rev. Tracie Little, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church en Fenton

El Rev. James Lively, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Sturgis

La Rev. Pamela Lynch, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church en Gaylord

El Rev. Thomas Manney, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Bad Axe

La Rev. Díacona Judy Marinco, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church en Fenton

El Rev. Mike Marinco, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church en Fenton

La Rev. Lily Marx, St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church en Muskegon

El Rev. Diácono Dr. Daniel L. Maxwell, Trinity Episcopal Church en Alpena

El Rev. Diácono John R. Meengs, Retired, Saugatuck

El Rev. David Meyers, St. Peter’s-by-the-Lake Episcopal Church en Montague

El Muy Rev. Bill McClure, Trinity Episcopal Church en Alpena

El Rev. Richard McKenzie, ELCA clergy serving Trinity Episcopal Church en Grand Ledge

El Rev. DiáconoThomas McPherson, Trinity Episcopal Church en Marshall

El Rev. Kenneth Michnay, ELCA clergy serving St. John’s Episcopal Church en Grand Haven

La Rev. Diácona Cynthia Nawrocki, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids

El Rev. Curt Norman, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Saginaw

La Rev. Ann Norton, St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church en Otter Lake

El Rev. Thomas O’Dell, Christ Episcopal Church en Charlevoix

La Rev. Rebecca Owsley, Retired, East Tawas

La Rev. Nurya Love Parish, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church en Belmont

El Rev. Diácono Larry Parks, Grace Episcopal Church en Lapeer

La Rev. Sara Parks, Grace Episcopal Church en Lapeer

El Rev. James Perra, Grace Episcopal Church en Traverse City

La Rev. Mary Perrin, St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church en Kalamazoo

El Rev. David R. Pike, St. David’s Episcopal Church en Lansing

La Rev. Diane Pike, Southwest Michigan Episcopal Covenant

La Rev. Elsa Pressentin, Retired, Muskegon

El Rev. Gerald Rehagen, Retired,

La Rev. Pamela Renna, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Saginaw

La Rev. Susan C. Rich, Trinity Episcopal Church en Bay City

El Rev. Rick Schark, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Coldwater

El Rev. Daniel S.J. Scheid, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Flint

El Rev. Canónigo Robert Alan Schiesler, Retirado, Grand Rapids

La Rev. Anne Schnaare, Trinity Episcopal Church en Marshall

El Rev. Harold Schneider, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Otter Lake

El Rev. Philip A. Seitz, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Atlanta, Christ Episcopal Church en East Tawas

La Rev. Deb Semon-Scott, Retired, Jonesville

La Rev. Dr. Gail A. Shafer, Trinity Episcopal Church en Grand Ledge

La Rev. Mary J. Shortt, St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church en Higgins Lake

El Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Snyder, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Grand Haven

La Rev. Diácona Bonnie Smith, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church en Elk Rapids

El Rev. James E. Smith, ELCA clergy serving Trinity Episcopal Church en Three Rivers

El Rev. Diácono Thomas Smith, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church en Davison

El Rev. Jim Sorenson, Retirado, Saginaw

El Rev. Canónigo William J. Spaid, Diócesis Episcopal del Oeste de Michigan

La Rev. Dra. Lydia Agnew Speller, Grace Episcopal Church en Port Huron

La Rev. Diácona Jane Spencer, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Sand Point

El Rev. Canónigo Michael P. Spencer, Diócesis Episcopal del Este de Michigan, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church en Grand Blanc

La Rev. Nancy Steele, Retired, Chesaning

El Rev. Jim Steen, Retirado, Saugatuck

La Rev. Pamela V. Sten, Retirada, Buchanan

La Rev. Diane Stier, St. John’s Episcopal Church en Mount Pleasant

La Rev. Linnea Ruth Peterson Stiffler, Emmanuel Episcopal Church en Hastings

El Rev. Rick Stravers, Retirado, Kalamazoo

El Rev. Charles M. Stuart, Retirado, Saginaw

La Rev. Diácono Christine W. Tillman, Retired, Wyoming

El Rev. Dr. Chysanne Timm, St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church en Northport

El Rev. Joel Turmo, St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church en Richland

El Rev. David Vickers, Holy Family Episcopal Church en St. Clair

La Rev. Diácona Patricia Vinge, St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church en Kalamazoo

La Rev. Sharon Voelker, Retired, Bay City

El Rev. Robert Walton, St. James Episcopal Church en Albion

El Rev. Dr. Randall R. Warren, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church en Kalamazoo

El Rev. Michael Wernick, Holy Cross Episcopal and Ascension Lutheran Church en Kentwood

El Rev. William Whiting, Retirado, Elk Rapids

El Rev. Michael Wood, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church en Portage

La Rev. Susan York, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church en Grand Rapids