Consecration of Alex Cameron as Bishop of Pittsburgh today

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Back row – left to right – The Rt. Rev. Mark Engel, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes; The Rt. Rev. Charlie Masters, Bishop of the Anglican Network in Canada; The Rt. Rev. John Guernsey, Bishop of the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic; The Rt. Rev. Andrew Williams, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of New England; The Rt. Rev. Bill Love, Assistant Bishop Diocese of the Living Word, The Rt. Rev. Alan Hawkins, Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese of Christ Our Hope; The Rt. Rev. Julian Dobbs, Bishop of the Diocese of the Living Word; The Rt. Rev. Steven Tighe, Anglican Diocese of the Southwest        
Front row – left to right – The Rt. Rev. John Miller, Acting Bishop of the Diocese of the Upper Mid-West; The Rt. Rev. Bill Murdoch, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of New England (ret.); The Rt. Rev. Alex Cameron, Bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh; The Most Rev. Foley Beach Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America and Bishop of the Diocese of the South; The Rt. Rev. Grant LeMarquand, Bishop of the Diocese of Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa (ret.); The Most Rev. Robert Duncan, Archbishop Emeritus of the Anglican Church in North America and Bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh (ret.)

The Rev. Alex Cameron was elected on April 30, 2022 at St. Stephen’s Church in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. He has served as Canon for Church Planting and Leadership Development in the Anglican Diocese in New England as well as served on their Standing Committee as a member and as Chair.

Over the last 30 years, Bishop-elect Cameron has worked in rural, suburban, and urban contexts, having served churches in Montreal, Vermont, and Chicago. Most recently, he has led the Isaiah Forty Foundation which provides teaching, prayer, and coaching to those seeking healing and wholeness. Bishop-elect Cameron previously worked for General Electric and owned a consulting company. He and his wife, Tamara, have four adult children and three grandchildren.

“I am thankful for the College’s consent and for the election by the Diocese of Pittsburgh. I look forward to gathering with the Diocese and digging into the work of ministry,” he said. When asked about what the heart of his ministry has been over the years, he answered, “It has been to remind people that the gospel is true—to remind people so that they don’t forget that Jesus is Lord and that He saves.”

Bishop-elect Alex Cameron will be consecrated on August 6, 2022, at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.