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educator , priest

Lloyd Alexander Lewis, American Priest. Ordained deacon, Episcopal Church, 1972, priest, 1972. Recipient fellowship Rockefeller Doctoral Fund, 1974-1976. Trustee Virginia Theological Seminary, since 1995. Member Society Biblical Literature, Society for Study of Black Religions.

Background

Lewis, Lloyd Alexander was born on November 12, 1947 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Lloyd Alexander and Alice Christine (Bell) Lewis.

Education

AB, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1969. Master of Divinity, Virginia Theological Seminary, 1972. Doctor of Divinity, Virginia Theological Seminary, 1992.

Master of Arts, Yale University, 1975. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1985.

Career

Curate St. George's Parish, Brooklyn, 1972-1974. Assistant minister St. Monica's Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1974-1978, St. George's Church, Washington, 1978—1991, honorary assistant, since 2000. From assistant professor to associate professor of Northwest Territories Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, 1978—1991, professor of Northwest Territories, since 2000, Downs professor of Northwest Territories, since 2002.

Dean Mercer School of Theology, Garden City, New York, 1991—2000. Canon theologian Cathedral of the Incarnation, since 1991. Adjunct faculty General Theological Seminary, 1995-2000.

Achievements

  • Ordained deacon, Episcopal Church, 1972, priest, 1972.

Membership

Trustee Virginia Theological Seminary, since 1995. Member Society Biblical Literature, Society for Study of Black Religions.

Connections

father:
Lloyd Alexander Lewis

mother:
Alice Christine (Bell) Lewis