(Wilmington StarNews) Eastern North Carolina Episcopal bishop resigns

Episcopalians in Eastern North Carolina will soon be choosing a new bishop.

The Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III, bishop of the Episcopal Church’s East Carolina diocese since 1997, resigned Friday to become bishop provisional of the diocese of Pennsylvania. His resignation becomes effective Feb. 28.

“I do love and treasure our Diocese of East Carolina and count it as a privilege to serve as your bishop for these years,” Daniels said in a statement posted Friday at the diocese’s website. “I have confidence in the leadership of the standing committee going forward and in the skills and abilities of a wonderful and dedicated staff at Diocesan House.”

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One comment on “(Wilmington StarNews) Eastern North Carolina Episcopal bishop resigns

  1. CSeitz-ACI says:

    This provisional bishop business is a growth industry. I wonder how we got along without this before?