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Bishop Adler Goes Home to the Lord

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On December 9, 2016, the Most Rev. Austin Randolph Adler passed from this life to his eternal rest and reward in Christ Jesus.

I am thankful that I knew Bishop Adler. He was a friend, a brother, a co laborer, and a fellow pilgrim. I have memories not only of his powerful prophetic ministry, but of hours of laughter, storytelling, and just good friendship. I have stories to tell of countless hours on airplanes and in trains, and of times relaxing on holiday together. I already miss the sweet communion that we shared together.

Bishop and Betty Adler

Bishop and Betty Adler

Each of us have been impacted by Bishop Adler’s life and ministry. And, we each are so thankful that we knew this man of God.

A Eucharist and Burial will be held on Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 11 a.m. (Viewing beginning at 10 a.m.).

Church of the Holy Redeemer
2225 W Auburn Road
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309

The family is requesting assistance with burial expenses.  Any funds collected beyond covering expenses will be donated to CEC for Life or CEC Missions.  You can donate by mailing your gift to:

Bishop Adler Memorial Fund
Church of the Holy Redeemer
2225 W. Auburn Road
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309

or,

Text amount you wish to give along with key word “Adler” (example 50Adler) to 248-206-3262

or,

Give on line at Bishop Adler Memorial Fund, “htttps://give.church/nc9qll6

Bishop Adler was a man of prayer.  I know he prayed for me and for the CEC every day of his life. I know he continues now to pray for us.  His work continues for we are his legacy.
Under His mercy,
+ Craig, Patriarch

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