Recently Read: Bishop Clymer remembered as wise, compassionate leader

ClymerBishop Wayne K. Clymer died this past Monday (11/25/2013) at the age of 96. Christa Meland, Director of Communications for the Minnesota Annual Conference has the story:

“Over the years, his primary concern was not so much organization or institution, but compassion for people,” said Hagmann, who was also one of Clymer’s longtime friends. “His objective was to instill in the church a sense of compassion for the people within the church and beyond the church. And if the church succeeded in that, everything else would follow.”

via Bishop Clymer remembered as wise, compassionate leader – Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

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