Jul 08, 2021The installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Vicar of St. Luke’s, Excelsior Springs

The installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Vicar of St. Luke’s, Excelsior Springs

Gary Allman Two-minute read.   Resources
The installation of Fr. Isaac Petty as Vicar of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

On the evening of Thursday, July 8, 2021, Fr. Isaac Petty was installed as Vicar (Priest in Charge) of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. There was a small but highly enthusiastic congregation present in person to witness the service, which was live-streamed on the diocesan website and YouTube.

Click or tap on any of the pictures to see a larger version and start a full-screen slideshow of all the pictures. Full resolution pictures to download and print can be found on Flickr.

Preparations

Ready to be presented in the Induction. See the Book of Common Prayer p561. The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

Institution

A Litany for the Mission of the Church – The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

Induction

Bishop Marty reads the Letter of Institution. The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

“Greet your new Vicar.”

Holy Communion

Celebration

Welcome your new Vicar. The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Fr. Isaac and Bishop Marty. The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Image credit: Gary Allman
Cake. There must be cake. The Installation of the Rev. Isaac Petty as Priest in Charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Image credit: Gary Allman

Gary Allman is Communications Director with The Diocese of West Missouri.

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