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For 20 years prior to my ordination as a priest in the Episcopal Church, I  worked as an environmental planner and educator.  Following my ordination, I  worked for the Episcopal bishops of New England providing support in reducing congregational energy use and environmental ministries. I am the chair of the Episcopal Church’s Task Force on the Care of Creation and Environmental Racism.  I also serve on the Leadership Council of Blessed Tomorrow and the Advisory Board of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Seminary.  I recently released my new book “How Can I Care for Creation” and co-authored of a curriculum titled “A Life of Grace for the Whole World”,  both published by Church Publishing. I earned a Master of Divinity and a Master of Sacred Theology both from Yale Divinity School and a Bachelor's Degree from  Fordham University. Currently, I serve as the rector of St. Paul's Church in Riverside. CT.

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