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Recent clergy transitions:
The Reverend Paul Gilbert
at The Episcopal Church on Edisto
Bishop vonRosenberg has appointed the Rev. Paul E. Gilbert as Priest-in-Charge of The Episcopal Church on Edisto. A graduate of Wesleyan University and Virginia Theological Seminary, Fr. Gilbert retired July 1 as Director of The Little School at Grace Church Cathedral. He previously served as pastoral associate at Grace, and also as Rector at St. Johns Lattingtown, NY, and St. Mary and St. Jude in Northeast Harbor, Maine. He is married to Jeanette (Jan) Gilbert, a practicing attorney in Charleston. Fr. Gilbert has three children and three grandsons.
The Reverend Chris Huff
at St. George's, Summerville
The Reverend Christopher M. Huff has been called as Rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Summerville. A Charleston native, he is a graduate of Porter-Gaud School and the College of Charleston. After a career in banking, he received his M. Div. from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pa., in 1988. He has served at St. Paul’s, Bennettsville, St. Peter’s Episcopal in Charleston (later called Good Shepherd), West Shore Episcopal Church, and St. James, James Island. He has been Assistant Rector of St. George’s Summerville since 2010. He also serves on the Standing Committee and is Convener of the West Charleston Deanery. He and his wife Kim Diane Yeager Huff have three grown children and two grandchildren.
The Reverend Rick Lindsey
at All Saints, Hampton
Bishop vonRosenberg is pleased to announce the appointment of the Reverend Richard C. Lindsey to serve as Priest-in-Charge at All Saints, Hampton, in addition to his ongoing duties as Rector of All Saints, Hilton Head Island. The appointment was made at the request of the vestry and mission council of each church. Fr. Lindsey will preside at the Hampton congregation's mission council meetings and serve at other times as needed, while the church continues to work with supply clergy for Sunday worship.
The Right Reverend
Gladstone B. “Skip” Adams III
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Callie was appointed by the bishop in 2013 to serve as the Archdeacon of the diocese on a half-time basis.
Callie's responsibilities as Archdeacon include service as Convention Secretary and resource person for other programs in The Episcopal Church in South Carolina. She is also Vicar and Sub-Dean of Grace Church Cathedral. Read more about Callie here.
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