"We got to know Bishop Curry when we moved here through our participation at St. Timothy's Church ..."
LONDON: Britain's Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle have asked a senior US bishop to deliver the address at their wedding next Saturday.
According to The Telegraph, the Bishop, who is originally from Chicago, will be the first African-American to have the honor of delivering the special address at a royal wedding ceremony. "The thing that strikes me about him is his dynamism".
The United States-based Episcopal Church is a constituent member of the global Anglican Communion, of which the Church of England is the Mother Church.
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Curry's presence at the wedding will be yet another reason to tune into the marriage of Markle - well known for her role in "Suits" - and Prince Harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth and sixth in line to the throne, Green said. "I think it's safe for me to say without a doubt we will have an American slant to this wedding - of course". "For (Curry) to reach the status of presiding bishop is a test to his leadership". In the sermon, Curry, who was then the bishop of North Carolina, quoted several versions of the Bible characterizing Jesus as someone who was thought to be out of his mind.
"He's a dynamite speaker and a dynamite person", Dove said in 2015 when Curry was made presiding bishop. "They're part of the family; they want to be part of the celebrations".
Neither Harry nor Meghan have yet met the bishop, but they hope to do so before the service at St George's Chapel, Windsor next Saturday.
The Dean of Windsor, David Conner, is to conduct next week's service, before Justin Welby officiates as the couple make their marriage vows.