Samuel Gray (bishop)


Samuel Gray (bishop)

Samuel Gray is a Bishop of the Moravian Church in North America, elected by the Southern Province of the Church.

Bishop Gray joins six other Moravian bishops in the Southern Province. They are the Rt. Rev. Robert Iobst, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Graham Rights, the Rt. Rev. Dr.Jay Hughes, the Rt. Rev. John Wilson, the Rt. Rev. Lane Sapp, and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Wayne Burkette.

External links

* [http://www.moravian.org/news/2006/060427_samgray.phtml Announcement of Bishop Gray's election.]


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