Sep 1, 2022
Welcome to episode 113, in this episode I have the honor of interviewing Brother Merrick Moses.
Brother Merrick Moses is an ordained Old Catholic Benedictine priest and monk, writer, community activist, and preacher living in Baltimore, MD. This native New Yorker is a graduate of Morgan State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish language. He has completed the Education for Ministry program from the University of the South at Sewanee in Tennessee. Ordained to the order of deacons in 2004, priesthood in 2008, and professed life vows in 2021, Brother Merrick was one of the first Black Transmen ordained within the Old Catholic Movement in Baltimore, MD. He is currently serving as the board president of the Pride Center of Maryland, the third oldest Pride Center in the nation. He is the first transsexual man to serve as board president in the 45-year history of the Center.
Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. One.
Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. Two.
Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. Three.
The Church Cracked Open: Disruption, Decline, and New Hope for Beloved Community by Stephanie Spellers.
The Dream of God: A Call to Return by Verna Dozier.
This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced, in part, by the Ancient Apostolic Church of Alexandria.