The Reverend Michael Bradley was ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in 1993. He has served as a hospital and continuing care chaplain and as a parish priest to several rural congregations in Newfoundland, Canada. His present position is rector of St. George’s Church in Durham, New Hampshire and Episcopal Chaplain to the University of New Hampshire. Since 1996 he has taught business and healthcare ethics as an adjunct faculty member at New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire, and he led continuing education seminars in ethics for Sojourn Partners.
His particular interest is in the intersection of ethical reasoning and the humanities. Reverend Bradley’s first professional training was in music and he continues that interest in serving as Subdean for the American Guild of Organists, New Hampshire Chapter. He is an interviewer for undergraduate applications to Harvard College and serves on the Executive Committee, Harvard Club of New Hampshire.
The Reverend Michael Bradley completed his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music from the University of Southern Maine in Portland. He holds a Master of Divinity Degree from Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Fr. Bradley’s wife, Becky teaches first grade in the Oyster River Cooperative School District and they are the parents of Carter Bradley, a recent high school graduate.