You must attend both sessions
“Title IV” refers to the section of The Episcopal Church’s Canons (laws) that addresses the grounds and processes for “ecclesiastical discipline,” a canonical process adopted by the Church to encourage accountability, reconciliation, and pastoral response when a member of its clergy (deacons, priests, or bishops) is accused of misconduct.
December Online Title IV Training
December 3, 2021 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
And December 4, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
You must attend both sessions
Robin Hammeal-Urban, Esq.
Rev. Mally Lloyd
About our Presenters
Robin Hammeal-Urban joined the staff of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) in 2000 to promote safe and healthy boundaries by equipping ECCT to respond to misconduct and violations of clergy professional standards, overseeing appropriate background checks, and coaching parish leaders to respond to misconduct by laity. A former legal aid lawyer, she serves as adjunct faculty at a community college where she teaches a course on Legal Issues in Human Services.
In 2015, Robin authored Wholeness After Betrayal: Resorting Trust in the Wake of Misconduct, which focuses on the impact of misconduct in faith communities. (Morehouse Publishing, New York, New York, 2015) From 2015-2018 Robin served as chair of the TEC task force to Update Sexual Misconduct Policies and currently serves on the TEC task force on Women, Truth and Reconciliation as well as the Safe Church Commission for the Anglican Communion.
The Rev. Mally Ewing Lloyd’s ordained ministry is grounded in lay ministry, beginning in high school, teaching Sunday School, and ending with eighteen years of service at St. Paul’s, Dedham, MA. After ordination, she focused on multi-generational Christian formation at Christ Church, Needham, MA. She offered healing as an after-pastor and encouraged the expansion of the feeding and homeless ministries as Christ Church, Plymouth’s rector. She mentored newly ordained clergy at Fresh Start and served on Diocesan Council, advocating for congregational involvement in diocesan decisions.
As Canon to the Ordinary in Massachusetts, Mally ministered to lay leadership and clergy; varied congregations: urban, small town, suburban, large, small, struggling, flourishing; and oversaw Diocesan staff and operations. Most recently, she has enjoyed stints as Interim Priest for parishes in clergy transition, consulting with parish leadership, coaching clergy, and conducting trainings. Mally also serves as a member of the Executive Council of The Episcopal Church and chairs its Finance Committee.
In the mid-1990s, when the clergy sex scandals broke in Boston, Mally became involved in the diocesan efforts to create a safe church environment for all. She helped design and conduct the early trainings and safe church policies, served as an Advocate for Complainants, and as the first Intake Officer and Case Manager in the Diocese of Massachusetts. Currently she and Robin Hammeal-Urban, from the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, join forces to offer Title IV workshops and the diocesan and Provincial level.
Mally graduated from Brown University with a BA and earned an MDiv from Episcopal Divinity School. She now lives in Northern Virginia and is married with three adult children, two daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren, who live in great places to visit, Maui, Nantucket, and New Hampshire.