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Brian Murdoch

Episcopal Priest

The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

HQ Phone:  (617) 482-5800

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The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

138 Tremont St.

Boston, Massachusetts, 02111

United States

Company Description

The Trustees of Donations to the Protestant Episcopal Church (TOD) is a non-profit, Episcopal corporation founded in 1810 to receive and manage funds for the benefit of the Bishop and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts (EDOM). In 1939 the TOD established t...more

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Associate Minister

Ecclesia Ministries


Parish Priest

Grace Church


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In the News | The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

On Martha's Vineyard, Father Brian Murdoch of Grace Episcopal Church in Vineyard Haven will be taking it to the street.
On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10, Father Murdoch will offer the imposition of ashes to travelers and passersby at the Steamship Authority lot In Vineyard Haven from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm.


In the News | The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

Back in the late 1970s, Brian Murdoch, now the parish priest at Grace Episcopal Church, wanted to live the Benedictine model of work, study, and prayer.
This summer, Father Murdoch's notion comes to fruition in a collaboration between Grace Church and Norton Farm.


In the News | The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

Back in the late 1970s, Brian Murdoch, now the parish priest at Grace Episcopal Church, wanted to live the Benedictine model of work, study, and prayer.
his summer, Father Murdoch's notion comes to fruition in a collaboration between Grace Church and Norton Farm.


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Fr. Brian Murdoch Associate Minister Fr. Brian Murdoch; Upon graduation from Boston College as a teacher, Brian moved to Dublin, Ireland for a year where he worked in religious education and traveled on school holidays to Europe and the Middle East. Returning to the United States he began working as a lay pastor for an evangelical college ministry in Boston, inspired by the Sojourners model from Washington, D.C. This experience led him downtown to establishing an ecumenical, grass-roots enterprise called "Many Mansions" where he became an Episcopalian in 1980 in the diocese of Massachusetts. Highly influenced by the Boston College Jesuits, the Boston Arch Street Franciscans (OFM), and two Episcopal priests that he worked alongside of, Brian decided to go to seminary to become a parish priest. He attended Union Seminary and General Theological Seminary in NYC. He brings experience as a prison chaplain and recovery treatment director, sociology adjunct, grass-roots entrepreneur, and social justice advocate.


In the News | The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

Father Brian Murdoch, parish priest at Grace Church in Vineyard Haven, observed Ash Wednesday with a particular Island theme, and a little humor.
Father Murdoch met travelers arriving at the Steamship Authority Vineyard Haven terminal on the 11:30 am Island Home ferry to dispense ashes in the traditional Ash Wednesday custom.


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