The Institution of the Rev. Darrell Tiller at St. Philip's, Macdonough, Brooklyn

The Rev. Darrell Tiller
The People, Vestry, and Wardens of St. Philip's request your prayers an presence at the Institution of the Rev. Darrell Lamont Tiller.

The People, Vestry, and Wardens of St. Philip's request your prayers and presence at the Institution of the Reverend Darrell Lamont Tiller as the 8th Rector of St. Philip's Episcopal Church. The Rt. Rev. Lawrence C. Provenzano, Presiding.

Clergy are invited to vest: Cassock, Surplice, and White Stole
Reception to follow in Martin Hall

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About the Rev. Darrel L. Tiller

Prior to his call to St. Philip’s, the Reverend Darrel L. Tiller served as priest-in-charge at Grace Epiphany Episcopal Church in Philadelphia from November 2020 until August 2023 in the Diocese of Pennsylvania.

Fr. Tiller was ordained to the deaconate in June 2019 and to the priesthood in October 2020 in the Diocese of Pennsylvania. As a transitional deacon, he served at the Historic African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, his sending parish, and as deacon and curate at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Rosemont.

Before ordination, Fr. Tiller dedicated his professional life to the service of youngpeople through education—working in public and private schools, supervisingmusic and arts staffs, and facilitating access to higher education.

Of particularimportance was helping to serve those with limited resources gain access to thetransformational possibilities of education.Fr. Tiller’s theological education includes Boston University School of Theology, where he was a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar, and the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church in NYC. He was a Bonnie Van Delinder Fellow and received the Master of Divinity and the Diploma in Anglican Studies from The United Lutheran Seminary at Philadelphia.

He is a former president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Morehouse College Alumni Association and a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Rho Chapter where he also served as the 15th chapter president.

He is married to Dr. James Earl Davis who is the Bernard C. Watson Endowed Chair in Urban Education in the College of Education at Temple University. Baldwin is their loving Goldendoodle of eight years.