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Michael Nailor is a deacon at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Cathedral in Harrisburg and at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral.  After a 40+ year career in education, Michael was ordained to the diaconate in September 2018.  Teachers and mentors at the Stevenson School for Ministry, Temple University’s Fox School of Business, the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and Jefferson Hospital all encouraged him in the work of empowering Christians as they communicate the message of God’s love for all.

Michael was born and raised in Mechanicsburg, PA.  He came to the Episcopal Church when he was studying at the University of Pennsylvania. The pioneering women of the “Philadelphia Eleven” had just been “irregularly ordained” and the church was struggling with the role of women in leadership.  Michael was drawn to a church that was willing to deal with – sometimes successfully, sometimes not – the important social justice issues of the day. Through a discernment process at St. Matthew’s Church in Sunbury, PA and with the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, Michael heard God calling him to the iconic role of a deacon in today’s church.

Michael is currently serving Bishop Audrey Scanlan in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania on assignment to St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Harrisburg and the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral.  He currently is a member of the Standing Committee of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania and the Advisory Board of the Stevenson School for Ministry.  He is the Interim Associate Dean of the school.

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I am Type 2 Wing 1 (The Companion) I am altruistic, yet reserved. I tend to take on the caretaker role with others. I value service to others and seek to better other people’s lives sometimes to the detriment of my own well-being.


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