Deans of Convocations

Deans of Convocations

Deans of Convocations

Deans of Convocations

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Texas has ten convocations, the head of which, nominated by the bishop and elected by council, is called the " dean."

A larger geographical entity within the diocese is called a convocation. It is geographic and usually includes one metropolitan area with surrounding counties. Texas has ten convocations, the head of which, nominated by the bishop and elected by council, is called the " dean." The dean arranges meetings of the convocational clergy to provide fellowship, continuing education, communication, planning and moral support for clergy and their families and to gather lay members to share ideas and projects. Deans are ex-officio members of the Executive Board of the Diocese. 

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Galveston, The Rev. Jim Liberatore, St. Andrew's, Pearland 

Southeast, The Rev. Keith Giblin, St. Paul's, Orange

Northwest, The Rev. Janice Jones, St. Christopher's, Killeen

East Harris, The Rev. Victor Thomas, St. James', Houston

Austin, The Rev. Bertie Pearson, Grace, Georgetown

San Jacinto, The Rev. Gerry Sevick, Trinity, The Woodlands

Northeast, The Rev. Mitch Tollett, St. Francis, Tyler

West Harris, The Rev. Josh Condon, Holy Spirit, Houston

Central, The Rev. Daryl Hay, St. Andrew's, Bryan

Southwest, The Rev. Travis Smith, Holy Comforter, Angleton