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Jerry L. Ogles
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Denomination Christianity
Senior posting
See Anglican Orthodox Church
Title 4th Presiding Bishop
Period in office 2000 to Present
Predecessor Robert J. Godfrey
Successor incumbent
Personal
Date of birth 1943
Place of birth Tennessee, U.S.A.

Jerry L. Ogles is the Metropolitan Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Orthodox Church. Ogles was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop Robert J. Godfrey on April 27, 1997. He was consecrated as bishop for the USA on 22 October 2000, at St. Peter's Anglican Orthodox Church in Statesville, NC. During the 2002 Convention of the AOC Bishop Ogles was installed as Presiding Bishop and Metropolitan of the incorporated International Anglican Orthodox Church. The Anglican Orthodox Church seeks to faithfully follow in the tradition of Bishop James Parker Dees who founded a church by the same name in 1963. Through its international communion the Anglican Orthodox Church has fellowship with sister churches in Africa, Asia, Pakistan, India, the Islands of the South Pacific, Canada, and South America.

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Jerry L. Ogles is the Metropolitan Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Orthodox Church. Ogles was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop Robert J. Godfrey on April 27, 1997. He was consecrated as bishop for the USA on 22 October 2000, at St. Peter's Anglican Orthodox Church in Statesville, NC. During the 2002 Convention of the AOC Bishop Ogles was installed as Presiding Bishop and Metropolitan of the incorporated International Anglican Orthodox Church. The Anglican Orthodox Church seeks to faithfully follow in the tradition of Bishop James Parker Dees who founded the church in 1963. Through its international communion the Anglican Orthodox Church has fellowship with sister churches in Africa, Asia, Pakistan, India, the Islands of the South Pacific, Canada, and South America

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