The Consecration of the Rev. Gregory O. Brewer as Fourth Bishop of Central Florida

Posted by Kendall Harmon

"To be here is not merely a matter of convenience because of the size of the church," Bishop Brewer said immediately after the consecration. "I really hope that this is a very clear, public signal that we, along with the rest of the leadership in the Diocese of Central Florida, regardless of our denominational position, can stand together for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

When a bishop is to be ordained, the Presiding Bishop of the Church, or a bishop appointed by the Presiding Bishop, presides and serves as chief consecrator. In the case of Bishop Brewer, Presiding Bishop Katherine Jefferts Schori appointed the Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III, Diocese of East Carolina, as bishop presiding at the consecration.

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