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Larry N. Harrison

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Background Information

Employment History

The Episcopal Diocese of Texas


Rector

St. James


Diocese of Texas


Affiliations

The Bishop Quin Foundation

Trustee


Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest

Chair, Search Committee for the Dean


St. Luke

Trustee


Education

Lutcher Stark High School


Bachelor of Business Administration

University of Texas at Austin


Master of Divinity


Master of Divinity degree

Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest


Web References(7 Total References)


www.epicenter.org

After receiving her Master of Divinity degree from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest in 1987, Bishop Harrison served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church, Austin, and as rector of St. James' Church, La Grange, and St. James the Apostle Church, Conroe.She served as Canon to the Ordinary from 2000-2003 and has served as Archdeacon and Canon for Ministry since 2003.She has served the diocese as a deputy to General Convention and as a member of the Division of Christian Education, the Executive Board, the Standing Committee, and the Mission Funding Committee.In addition, she has served as a trustee of The Bishop Quin Foundation and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities and is currently serving as a trustee of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital System and the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, where she chairs the Search Committee for the Dean and President position.


www.epicenter.org [cached]

After receiving her Master of Divinity degree from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest in 1987, Bishop Harrison served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church, Austin, and as rector of St. James' Church, La Grange, and St. James the Apostle Church, Conroe.
She served as Canon to the Ordinary from 2000-2003 and served as Archdeacon and Canon for Ministry until her election as bishop suffragan in 2006. She offices in the Austin diocesan center and serves the central region of the diocese. She has served the diocese as a deputy to General Convention and as a member of the Division of Christian Education, the Executive Board, the Standing Committee, and the Mission Funding Committee. In addition, she has served as a trustee of The Bishop Quin Foundation and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities and is currently serving as a trustee of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital System and the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest.


www.epicenter.org

After receiving her Master of Divinity degree from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest in 1987, Bishop Harrison served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church, Austin, and as rector of St. James' Church, La Grange, and St. James the Apostle Church, Conroe.She served as Canon to the Ordinary from 2000-2003 and has served as Archdeacon and Canon for Ministry since 2003.She has served the diocese as a deputy to General Convention and as a member of the Division of Christian Education, the Executive Board, the Standing Committee, and the Mission Funding Committee.In addition, she has served as a trustee of The Bishop Quin Foundation and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities and is currently serving as a trustee of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital System and the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, where she chairs the Search Committee for the Dean and President position.


episcopal-life.org

After receiving her Master of Divinity degree from the ETSS in 1987, Harrison served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church, Austin, and as rector of St. James' Church, La Grange, and St. James the Apostle Church, Conroe.She served the Diocese of Texas as canon to the ordinary from 2000-2003 and as archdeacon and canon for ministry from 2003 until her election as bishop suffragan.Harrison also served as a deputy to General Convention and as a member of the division of Christian education, the executive board, the standing committee, and the mission funding committee.In addition, she has served as a trustee of the Bishop Quin Foundation and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities and is currently a trustee of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital System and of ETSS, where she chairs the search committee for the dean and president position.


www.epicenter.org [cached]

Harrison's husband Larry, daughter Jill and son Matt were escorted into the nave as the other nominees offered their congratulations. A native of Lufkin, Harrison and her husband of 39 years, Larry, have two children and four grandchildren living in San Antonio and Dallas.Larry Harrison's CPA firm does business in Austin and Houston.The bishop-elect is a graduate of the University of Texas and holds a master of divinity from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest where she now serves as chair of the search committee for a new dean and president. Harrison served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church, Austin following her ordination in 1987, then as rector of St. James', LaGrange and St James' the Apostle, Conroe prior to joining the diocesan staff in 2000 as Canon to the Ordinary for Bishop Claude E. Payne.Harrison has utilized her business experience as a former mortgage banker on numerous diocesan committees and boards including the Bishop Quin Foundation, St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities and St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital System and the seminary. Once her election is approved and she is consecrated, the bishop-elect will be the first female bishop in Province VII (which includes the dioceses of Texas, Northwest Texas, West Texas, Ft. Worth, Dallas, Rio Grand, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, West Missouri, Western Kansas and Western Louisiana) and the entire southern United States.Harrison will join 12 female bishops in the Episcopal Church and three others within the Anglican Communion.


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