The sermons, articles, and theological ramblings of a 38-year-old Anglo-Catholic Episcopal priest in Washington County, Maryland.

Spring 2013 Preaching Schedule

Lately, many people have asked about when and where I will be preaching.  Below is my (current) guest preaching/celebration schedule for the Spring 2013 semester.  If any of you are around in these areas, you are more than welcome to attend.  Peace and love!

Spring 2013 Guest Preaching/Celebration Schedule

February 3–Guest Lecturer, “Singing a Faithful Song–A History of Black Leadership in the Episcopal Church,” Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church, Metuchen, New Jersey

February 13 (Ash Wednesday: 12:00pm & 6:30pm)–Guest Preacher and Celebrant, Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Birmingham, Alabama

February 24–Guest Preacher, Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Montgomery, Alabama

February 26–Guest Preacher, Lenten Series, Trinity Episcopal Church, Demopolis, Alabama

March 3–Guest Preacher and Celebrant, Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greensboro, Alabama

March 8–Guest Preacher, Lenten Preaching Series, Episcopal Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham, Alabama

March 20–Guest Preacher, Wednesday Lenten Series, Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Selma, Alabama

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The Rev. Brandt Montgomery is the Chaplain of Saint James School in Hagerstown, Maryland, having previously served at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Lafayette, Louisiana as Chaplain of Ascension Episcopal School from 2014-2017, then as Associate Rector and All-School Chaplain from 2017-2019. From 2012-2014, Fr. Montgomery was the Curate at Canterbury Episcopal Chapel and Student Center at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, his first parochial appointment following his ordination by the Bishop of Alabama.

Fr. Montgomery received a Bachelor of Arts in Music, specializing in Trumpet Performance, from the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama in 2007. He received the Master of Divinity (cum laude) in 2012 from The General Theological Seminary in New York City, for which he wrote the thesis “Time’s Prisoner: The Right Reverend Charles Colcock Jones Carpenter and the Civil Rights Movement in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.” In 2021, Fr. Montgomery received the Doctor of Ministry degree from the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, his thesis titled “The Development of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Saint James School of Maryland.”

Fr. Montgomery’s scholarly interests lie in the areas of American religious history, Episcopal Church history, the Oxford Movement and Anglo-Catholicism, the Civil Rights Movement, and practical theology.


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