The Reverend Richard Lawson Called as Dean!

We are delighted to announce that the Reverend Richard Lawson has accepted the call to be our next Dean. Richard has served as the rector Grace-St. Luke's Church in Memphis, Tennessee since May of 2010. He is a graduate of Auburn University (B.A.), General Seminary (M.Div.), and Sewanee (S.T.M.). Richard is published in the Sewanee Theological Review, and his article "Mysticism and Pragmatism in Modern Religious Architecture" will be published in the Spring 2017 issue of the Anglican Theological Review. His essay "Three Sketches of Symbols and Sacraments" will appear in Reasonable Radical? Reading the Writings of Martyn Percy (edited by Ian Markham and Joshua Daniel). Richard was born and raised in Guntersville, Alabama. Before Grace-St. Luke's, he served as rector at St. John's Episcopal Church in Decatur, Alabama. Richard is married to Katherine Lawson, and they have two children, Adaline and Evans. He will begin working full-time with the Cathedral on July 17. 
Read the full announcement at: conta.cc/2mJ6fwg.

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