Below are various picture galleries of the various stages of my ministerial vocation. If you are in any of the photos posted below, and would prefer not to be on the site, shoot me an email, text, or Facebook message.
Ordination to the Priesthood, presided by The Most Revd Robert Duncan, The Rt. Revd Derek Jones, and The Rt. Revd David Bena.
Conclusion of the Eucharist on Palm Sunday 2013 with Fr. A. This is my first Mass as an Anglican Priest.
1st Episcopal Visit of the Rt. Rev’d William Murdoch of the Anglican Diocese of New England.
Second Episcopal Visit from Bp. William Murdoch.
Nashotah House with the 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury Lord George Carey and the Chaplain to HM the Queen, Canon Jeremy Haselock.
With Bishop of Northern Malawi the Rt. Rev’d Fanuel Emmanuel Magangani. Always provided me with pastoral love and care!
My buddies Fr. K and Fr. J at Nashotah House!
Soldiers of the 125th QM
One of the best supply sergeants in the entire US Army
Two CSMs and I en route to a health and wellness check
One of our biggest supporters, Mistress Carrie of WAAF. She is amzaing!
The Official send off for the deployment to Afghanistan hosted by Boston College
Presiding over a multinational 9/11 ceremony at a small camp in Afghanistan
Wide shot of 9/11 Ceremony in Afghanistan
Presiding over the traditional service at Camp Phoenix in Kabul, Afghanistan
Black History Black Greek Letter event I hosted in Afghanistan.
Chaplain Captains Career Course with my buddy CH D.
Captain A. and I in the Smoke Shack at Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan
A couple of years later, I’m presiding over CPT A’s wedding to the love of his life!
The 151 RSG Brigade and Battalion Unit Ministry Teams with the Senior Army Chaplain
Officiating the wedding of CPT and Mrs. F!
Anglican – Diaconate
Ordination to the Sacred Order of Deacons
Post Diaconate ordination photo
First time co-leading morning prayer as a deacon
The Rev’d Deacon JM Hairston
A gathering of chaplains of the Convocation of Anglicans in North America
After my ordination to the Baptist Minisrty. My seminary friends and I celebrating!
As a Baptist, I served along side a friend and colleague who supported me when I knew God called me to the priesthood. Her support was unwavering, when others where hostile.
In deep prayer at service
Reflecting uring the scripture reading
Observing the Communion