Hale, Massey commended by bishop

The Rev. Canon Daniel Hale, III, and the Rev. Canon Paul Massey recently were presented Commendation of Excellence awards from Bishop David Epps for their work in the Charismatic Episcopal Diocese of the Mid-South.

Both men are residents of Peachtree City. In the diocese, Hale has served as canon liturgist, a member of the bishop’s council, bishop’s chaplain and archdeacon. He has conducted several training classes for those desiring to be licensed liturgical ministers.

Also, Hale has served for more than two years as the interim pastor of St. Matthew Charismatic Episcopal Church in Hogansville. In the community, Hale serves as auxiliary chaplain at Piedmont Fayette Hospital in Fayetteville.

Massey is the founding pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross. He has served as canon to the ordinary, a member of the Commission on Ordained Ministry, a member of the bishop’s council and a member of the archbishop’s council of the Archdiocese of the Southeast.

Massey also serves as a chaplain for the Peachtree City Police Department and writes a monthly advice column for The Citizen newspapers, “Ask Father Paul.”




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