With home in Trenton, new Episcopal bishop-elect ready to lead
Over breakfast at the Sunrise Luncheonette on South Warren Street, during which he ordered eggs - over easy - in Creole because that was his waiter's primary language, the new Episcopal bishop-elect of New Jersey discussed his pressing search for a new home.
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#1 Jun 10, 2013
So 67 parishes operate on less the $150,000 a year and cannot afford a priest?! I would surmise that a large percentage of churches in the United States have less income than that and have full time pastors. Are TEC clergy paid on that much higher level than clergy in other denominations or do they have so many priorities which are higher than having a priest? It boggles the mind.
Since: Aug 09
#2 Jun 10, 2013
Your mind? What mind?
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