2 Saint Margaret Anglican Church: Clergy

Clergy

Fr. Bragg at the altar
The pastor of St. Margaret parish is Father Todd Bragg. Fr. Bragg joined the parish in 2007. Father Bragg has extensive ministry experience serving both Roman Catholic and Anglican parishes in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Fr. Bragg was in the Roman Catholic seminary for a total of eight and a half years studying to be a priest. He received his college degree from St. Meinrad Seminary in Southern Indiana. He received his Masters in Divinity degree from St. Charles Borromeo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was ordained as a deacon there. While in Philadelphia, Fr. Bragg (as a seminarian and then as a deacon) served both urban and suburban parishes. 

As an Anglican clergyman, Fr. Bragg was first associated with the Anglican Catholic Church (ACC) and worked at various parishes in Indianapolis; Franklin, IN; Kalamazoo, MI; and Janesville, WI.  In 2007, Fr. Bragg was called to become the rector of St. Margaret of Scotland Anglican Church in Indianapolis.  He is a priest of the Anglican Church in America (ACA)

The bishop of the Diocese of the Missouri Valley is the Rt. Rev'd Stephen Strawn.  The Cathedral of the Diocese is St. John's Cathedral in Quincy, IL.  More information about the Anglican Church in America and the Diocese of the Missouri Valley can be found at the Diocesan website at:

Diocese of the Missouri Valley (ACA)

Fr. Bragg at the altar
with chalice and paten
given to him by
Bishop James Mote
Bishop Stephen Strawn, 
diocesan bishop of the
Diocese of the
Missouri Valley