The Reverend Marcus George Halley is…
Before he was ordained, Fr. Halley was a student and a chaplain, holding degrees from Johnson C. Smith University (B.A. History, 2008), Interdenominational Theological Center (M.Div., 2011), and the School of Theology at the University of the South (S.T.M., 2015). He is currently a Doctor of Ministry in Preaching student at the University of the South.
His primary theological interests include evangelism, liturgy, formation, and mission. Outside of Saint Paul’s Church, Marcus speaks and facilitates conversations around the intersection of race, sexuality, and faith. His work has appeared on Grow Christians, The Logos Project, Lent Madness, Forward Day-by-Day, and Thirty Seconds or Less. He is also published in the Sewanee Theological Review, the These Are Our Bodies series, and in Dialogues On: Sexuality. His first solo publication Formed! is due out in April 2020.
He is a theologically-orthodox, ecclesiologically-catholic, liberation-minded, socially- and politically-conscious, high-church Episcopal priest born in the North, raised in the South, residing and presiding in the upper-Midwest, and praying like its 1549.