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Mary Virginia Taylor (born March 3, 1950) is a bishop in The United Methodist Church in the U.S., serving the South Carolina Conference. She was Elected in 2004 on the 34th ballot, receiving 354 of 549 votes cast at the Southeastern Juridictional Conference. She was endorsed by the Holston Conference delegation.

She is married to Rev. James Russell "Rusty" Taylor, an elder in the South Carolina Conference, has two daughters, Mandy Taylor Young, and Mary Tiffany Taylor, and one granddaughter (b. September 18, 2009).

Ordained deacon 1974 and ordained elder 1976 in the Holston Annual Conference, "Dindy," as she is sometimes known, served at churches in Athens, Knoxville, Gray, Bluff City, Kingsport, and Chattanooga, Tennessee before being appointed Cleveland District Superintendent in 1999.

References

  • United Methodist News Service[1]
  • The Council of Bishops of the United Methodist Church[2]
  • InfoServ, the official information service of The United Methodist Church. [3]
  • Biography [4]

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