Here is a very brief bio:
I have been canonically resident in the Diocese of Michigan for about thirty-eight years now. I was the rector of Emmanuel Church, Detroit and then for twenty-two years I was the rector (and now rector emeritus) of St. Andrew's Church, Waterford Before coming to lower Michigan, I spent five magical years serving a little parish in the U. P., viz., Christ Church, Calumet. I retired in 2008, and my wife and I began attending All Saints Church, Pontiac. With the death of All Saints' rector, I served as its Pastoral Associate and then later as part of the interim team. This service is coming to an end as All Saints is very close to calling a new rector. Hooray!
I have served the Diocese in various capacities, as a priest should: Diocesan Council, Dean of the Area Council (now called a Deanery), Urban Affairs Committee (which now no longer exists), and various ad hoc responsibilities. I am currently the Historian and Archivist of the Diocese and will be very interested in poking around Trinity Church if that is not too presumptuous of me. Since 2004 I have been an adjunct faculty member of Oakland Community College where I teach World Religions and Philosophy.