The Most Rev’d Dr. Robert D. Parlotz, FOHS
Archbishop and Primate
Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the West
Dates of Ordination (1965 to present)
Received as Bishop, 31 May 2001, The Traditional Episcopal Church, Clearwater FLConsecrated as Bishop, 14 September 2000, The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches, at Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Oklahoma City OKAppointed as Canon for Chaplains and Elected as Suffragan Bishop, April 2000, The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal ChurchesOrdained as Priest, 6 August 1999, Diocese of St Patrick, Province of North America, The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches, at Lutheran Bible Institute Chapel, Issaquah WAOrdained as Deacon, 31 July 1999, Diocese of St Patrick, Province of North America, The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches, at Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Oklahoma City OKConfirmed, 14 December 1996, The Diocese of Olympia, The Episcopal Church of the United State of America, at Saint James Cathedral, Seattle WAOrdained as a Minister, 4 June 1970, The General Council of the Assemblies of GodLicense to Preach, 5 July 1965, The Northern California-Nevada District Council of the Assemblies of God.
Life-Professed Oblate, 1 May 2005, The Oblates of the Holy Spirit Education:Doctor of Theology in the Episcopacy (ThD), Laud Hall Seminary, 23 February 2002Graduate of Air War College, Air University, Department of the United States Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base AL, 29 June 1993Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EdD), Seattle University, 3 June 1990Doctor of Ministry (DMin), Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, 10 August 1973Master of Divinity (MDiv), Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, 14 May 1972Graduate Study in New Testament (Cand. MA), Graduate School of Theology, Wheaton College (Illinois), 1966-1968 Bachelor of Science, Bethany College, Santa Cruz CA, 28 May 1966 Post-Doctoral Coursework and Continuing Education at: University of Texas; University of California–Santa Barbara; University of Washington; Harvard Medical School; Milton H. Erickson Foundation; School of Ministry of the Diocese of Olympia, Church Divinity School of the Pacific
Pastoral and Chaplaincy Ministries
Rector, Holy Cross United Anglican Church, Yakima WA – 2004 to presentResearcher, The Institute for the Study of Spirituality and Trauma – 1986-presentGrand Chaplain, NATO Grand Priory of Saint Sebastian—Soldier-Martyr, Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem – 1995-presentInternational Airport Chaplain, Seattle WA – 1978-presentBishop Ordinary, Diocese of the Northwest, United Anglican Church – 2002-2004Vicar General of Chaplains, United Anglican Church – 2002-2004President, Laud Hall Seminary – 2001-2004Professor of Theology, Laud Hall Seminary – 2001-2004Military Reserve Chaplain, United States Air Force, 1981-2004Wing Chaplain, 1981-1986, Staff Chaplain at Numbered Air Force, 1986-1987, Headquarters Chaplain, Numbered Air Force, 1987-2004Bishop Ordinary, Diocese of the Northwest, Traditional Episcopal Church – 2001-2002Vicar General of Chaplains, Traditional Episcopal Church – 2001-2002Suffragan Bishop of Chaplains, The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches – 2000-2001Rector, Saint Luke’s Evangelical Episcopal Church of Bellevue, WA, 1999-2001Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of the Department of Behavioral Science, Northwest University, Kirkland WA, 1977-1996Adjunct Faculty in Theology, Northwest Extension, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary 1988-1996National Chaplain, The Reserve Officers Association of the Unites States – 1988-1995United States Delegate, Commission 5 (Military Emergency Preparedness and Assistance; Civil-Military Co-operation Commission), Confédération Interalliée des Officiers de Réserve of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization – 1989-1994Visiting Professor of Theology, Far East Advanced School of Theology, Manila, Republic of the Philippines, August 1983Hospital Chaplain, Clinical Pastoral Education, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas TX, 1972-1974University Campus Minister for the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God, 1971-1977Pastoral ministry in Santa Cruz, Fremont, and San Francisco, California; Urbana, Illinois; and Fort Worth, Texas, in churches of the General Council of the Assemblies of God – 1965-1971
The Rt. Rev’d Barry Eugene Yingling, CSSS Th.D
Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the East
President and Dean, Laud Hall Seminary
Bishop Barry Eugene Yingling is the Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Transfiguration of the United Anglican Church, Rector of St. Alban’s Anglican Church in York, Pennsylvania, Dean of Laud Hall Seminary, and Chaplain of The Brunswick, an assisted living facility in York.
A graduate of Excelsior College with a B.S., he also holds a Masters in Theology degree from St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland. He completed a residency in clinical pastoral education with Wellspan Health System, where he served as the Chaplain Resident in the Behavioral Health Services line. Bishop Yingling also holds a certificate in religious studies from the Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania.
Bishop Yingling has an extensive background in healthcare, having served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Emergency Health Services Federation for fifteen years, and Chairman of the Board of the health systems agency for southcentral Pennsylvania. He has also served as executive director of Harford Hospice, a hospice program in Maryland, and on the boards of directors of the former Lebanon Valley General Hospital, the Hospice Network of Maryland, the Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore, and the Central Pennsylvania Health Planning and Marketing Association. He was the founder and first chairman of the Pennsylvania Association of Regional Emergency Medical Services Councils. His health career began as a nursing assistant at Memorial Hospital, York in the 1970’s. The Bishop has also been a lecturer and planning facilitator to nonprofit organizations, specializing in boardsmanship, organizational structures, strategic planning. As the president of The Yingling Organization, the Bishop provided consulting services to nonprofit organizations, as well as executive mentoring.
Bishop Yingling has also served as the Senior Warden of Grace and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Maryland, and as a member of that parish’s parochial school board. Bishop Yingling is also the Chaplain at The Brunswick at Longstown and President and Academic Dean of Laud Hall Seminary, a distance learning institution of the United Anglican Church.
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