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The Reverend Michael Bruce Curry (C) walks the aisle as he arrives for his Installation ceremony at the Washington National Cathedral, in Washington, November 1, 2015.Curry becomes the first African-American Episcopal presiding bishop, after previously serving as Bishop of North Carolina.The Episcopal Church has announced that there will be an independent investigation conducted of the denomination following the suspension of three senior management officials.

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The Episcopal Church continues to decline both in baptized members and average weekly worship attendance, according to recently released statistics for 2012.

Parochial Reports gathered by The General Convention of TEC show that according to the 2012 report, among its nine provinces, TEC has 2,066,710 baptized members, with 1,894,181 in the United States dioceses and 172,529 in dioceses abroad.

The three were Bishop Stacy Sauls, chief operating officer; Samuel Mc Donald, deputy chief operating officer and director of mission; and Alex Baumgarten, director of public engagement.

In his letter, Curry stated that his decision to put them on leave "should not be confused with a finding of fault, but is necessary to allow us to find clarity.""We are taking these allegations seriously and there will be a full and fair examination of the concerns that have been raised," wrote Curry.

"To protect the integrity of that process, we will not be able to say more about the concerns at this time.I ask that you pray for all who are involved and who are impacted by this situation."Jeff Walton, Anglican program director at the Institute for Religion & Democracy, wrote on Dec.11 that the recent administrative shakeup may be an example of the "recent tensions between church staff and Episcopal Church Executive Council, an elected body that convenes in the three year period between General Conventions.""On Nov.18, a concealed audio recording device was found during a meeting of the Executive Council in Linthicum Heights, Maryland.The device was placed near the table where Curry and Episcopal House of Deputies President Gay Clark Jennings had been seated during plenary sessions," wrote Walton."At several points in the meeting, the council went into executive session and staff and visitors were asked to leave the room.Participants were asked to check their tabletops and to look under their tables for any additional devices, none were found."The firm chosen to conduct the independent investigation was Curley, Hessinger & Johnsrud LLP, of New York and Philadelphia.

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