Doris C. Westfall

Interim Canon to the Ordinary at Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

Doris C. Westfall

Doris C. Westfall

Interim Canon to the Ordinary at Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

Biography

REVEREND DORIS joined St. Luke’s as the interim rector in January of 2015. She brings to us warmth and delight with her personal, joyful and impassioned sermons. In addition, Reverend Doris’ experience and leadership skills are guiding the church, and particularly its Vestry and Discernment Committee, through a challenging period.

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Provost at The University of the South

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VI Bishop Suffragan of North Carolina at Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

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Bishop at Episcopal Diocese of Missouri

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Vice-Chancellor, President & Professor of History at The University of the South

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Director at The University of the South

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Member, Board of Trustees at The University of the South

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Member, Board of Regents at The University of the South

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Former Senior Warden at Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta

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Bishop at Diocese of Arkansas

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Of Counsel at Friday Eldredge & Clark LLP

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The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)
November 4, 2018
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Doris C. Westfall
Interim Canon to the Ordinary at Episcopal Diocese of Missouri
Career History
Interim Rector
2015 - Prior
Interim Canon to the Ordinary
Current
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Member, Board of Trustees
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The University of the South is known familiarly as “Sewanee” by its students, faculty, staff and friends and offers an unmatched educational experience. The university remains purposefully small and dedicated to building a sense of community. All classes are taught by professors, not graduate teaching assistants, and close faculty-student interaction ensures that each student enjoys a rich and personal educational experience. It is not unusual for students and faculty members to work shoulder to shoulder on research projects and journal articles, to meet for coffee at a local eatery, or to serve together as members of the university orchestra, volunteer fire department, and other civic groups.

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