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Congrats to Torey Lightcap

Congrats to Torey Lightcap

ToreyAppointments as Canon to the Ordinary don’t usually get announced here, but we’re making an exception in this case to crow about one of our own, Torey Lightcap.

[Diocese of Kansas] Bishop Dean E. Wolfe  today announced that the Reverend Torey L. Lightcap has been named Canon to the Ordinary for the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas. His ministry will begin on May 1.

Lightcap, 42, currently serves as Transitions Officer for the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa and as Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Sioux City, Iowa.

In making the announcement Bishop Wolfe said, “Father Torey Lightcap brings an exceptional skill set and a faithful passion for diocesan work. Everyone who met him during the search process was impressed by his creativity, warmth and his many gifts for ministry. I know that he, his wife Jacqueline and their children will be a tremendous asset to our diocesan community. I can’t wait for the clergy and lay leaders of our diocese to meet Torey, and I look forward to continuing together the exciting work to which we are so passionately committed.”

Torey was a long-time member of the Cafe’ team and we offer him our heartiest congratulations in this new role!

 

posted by Jon White

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