Former St. Michael’s rector becomes XII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

St. Michael’s parishioners, along with parishioners throughout the Massachusetts Diocese, headed to North Carolina to attend the ordination and consecration of Sam Rodman as the XII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.St. Michael’s parishioners, along with parishioners throughout the Massachusetts Diocese, headed to North Carolina to attend the ordination and consecration of Sam Rodman as the XII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina.
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Sam Rodman becomes Bishop in North Carolina

The Rodman Family, Katie, Deb, Sam and Lee

The Rodman Family, Katie, Deb, Sam and Lee

On Saturday, July 17, more than 30 parishioners from St. Michael’s Episcopal Church headed to North Carolina to watch Sam Rodman, former rector of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (1996 to 2012), be ordained and consecrated as the XII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. The celebration took place at the Duke University Chapel in Raleigh Durham. Rev. Hall Kirkham, current rector at St. Michael’s, participated in the ceremony which was attended by approximately 1,000 people.

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