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Trinity Episcopal Church Bishop Home

Description: The first Bishop's house was located in Guthrie, Oklahoma near Trinity Episcopal Church. After St. Paul's Episcopal Church grew to the largest church in the territory, Bishop Brooke moved to Oklahoma City. St. Paul's Church built the bishop a home at 427 NW 9th Street. The map illustrates where the house was located.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Bishop Francis Key Brooke Portrait

Description: Bishop Francis Key Brooke was born in Gambier, Ohio, November 2, 1852. His father was a priest for many years at Christ Episcopal Church, Cincinnati, Ohio and later a professor at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Francis received a Master of Arts from Kenyon College in 1881. He was awarded his Doctor of Divinity degree from Kansas Theological School in 1893 and Doctorate from the University of the South in 1911.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Bishop Francis Key Brooke

Description: Bishop Francis Key Brooke became the first Episcopal Bishop in the Missionary District of Oklahoma and Indian Territory in 1893. His was consecrated at Grace Cathedral, Topeka, on the Feast of the Epiphany, January 6,1893. Previously, he ministered at churches in Ohio, Missouri, and Trinity Episcopal Church, and Atkinson, Kansas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Reverend Thomas Casady with Reverend Chilton Powell Celebrating the Church of the Redeemer

Description: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Church of the Redeemer, Okmulgee. L to R. Seated: Rt. Bishop Casady, Rev. Stutzer, Bishop Chilton Powell, unidentified. Standing: Mrs. Paul R. Palmer, Rev. E H. Eckel, Mrs. Eckel, Mrs. A. D. Cochran, Mrs. Macy, Rev. Macy, Rev. Palmer, Rev. George Gibbbs, unidentified.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Altar at St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Description: Wooden altar with gathered drapery and wooden cornice board. On altar at center altar cross and ciborium, metal vase with bouquet of daisies on either side and tapered candle each end. Similar photo by Lefler dated 1937 shows altar at front of sanctuary in brick church.
Date: 1937
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Exterior of Tulsa Church of the Holy Spirit

Description: A L-shaped stacked stone building, white eaves and corners, white section at center end with raised cross and stained glass rose window, bell tower at far left, grassy yard in foreground. Was located at 10901 S. Yale, founded on Feast of Epiphany 1980. Christ Church Episcopal at same address in 2005.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Rt. Reverend Theodore Payne Thurston

Description: Rt. Rev. Theodore Payne Thurston was the first Episcopal Missionary Bishop of the Easton District of Oklahoma, more commonly known as Indian Territory, 1911 - 1918. While Bishop Brooke ministered in Oklahoma Territory, Bishop Thurston was responsible for establishing Episcopal churches in the eastern side of the district. After Bishop Brooke died in 1918, Bishop Thurston became the permanent Bishop of Oklahoma. He resigned in 1926 due to health issues and retired to San Diego, California.
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Plaque for Fountains of Canterbury

Description: Metal plaque on brick wall, raised lettering, "CANTERBURY TOWN CENTER 'A CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY' EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF OKLAHOMA, 1989, BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND PLANNING COMMITTEE, THE RIGHT REVEREND GERALD N. MCALLISTER, NORMAN E. REYNOLDS, PRESIDENT, THE REVEREND ROBERT M. SHAW, VICE PRESIDENT, FRANK D. HILL, SECRETARY, MRS. DAN D. STUART, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, RANDOLPH ROYSE, TREASURER, PHIL BENNET, ROBERT E. BRADSHAW, NORVAL L. COVINGTON, DR. BOLAR GARRISON, PETER G. PIERCE, THE RIGHT REVEREND CHIL… more
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Reverend Frederick Norman Fitzpatrick

Description: Reverend Frederick Fitzpatrick was the Episcopal priest serving at The Church of the Redeemer, Oklahoma from 1918 to 1922. He was a graduate of Howard University and the General Theological Seminary ordained in 1918 by Bishop Demby, Suffragan Bishop for Colored Work in Arkansas and the Province of the Southwest. After 1922, Reverend Fitzpatrick left the Episcopal Church to become a Roman Catholic. After returning from Rome in 1929, he attended St. John's College in Brooklyn, Massachusetts and A… more
Date: unknown
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma
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