Contacting an Intake Officer
Anyone may contact one of the diocesan intake officers to report concerns about the behavior of a member of the clergy (priests and/or deacons). This initiates a process, where appropriate, to hold clergy accountable for their behavior.
The Rev. Canon Andrea McMillin, Canon to the Ordinary, is one of the intake officers for the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California. You may contact her in any manner and in any form:
Office: 916.442.6918, ext. 214 (confidential voice mail)
Mobile: 530.601.3774 (confidential voicemail)
Office Mail: The Rev. Canon Andrea McMillin
The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California
350 University Ave., Suite 280
Sacramento, CA 95825
The Rev. Debra Sabino is another intake officer for the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California.You may contact her in any manner and in any form:
Mobile: 530.848.7765 (confidential voicemail)
To report concerns about the behavior of an Episcopal bishop, you may contact the Title IV Intake Officer of The Episcopal Church who will provide a response from the Presiding Bishop's Office to complaints and formal charges against or concerning bishops. The intent of the response is to satisfactorily address the cause(s) of the complaint or charge in such a way that proceedings for a possible Presentment and Ecclesiastical Trial do not have to occur.
The Rt. Rev. F. Clayton Matthews, Bishop of the Office of Pastoral Development, is the Title IV Intake Officer for The Episcopal Church. You may contact him in any manner and in any form:
Office, Toll Free: 800.334.7626, ext. 6163
Office Mail: The Rt. Rev. F Clayton Matthews
Title IV Intake Officer
2857 Trent Road
New Bern, NC 28562
The intake officer will:
• Listen with respect
• Offer pastoral care and response
• Create a written report regarding the concern(s) presented
• Answer questions about the process
Please note: Members of the clergy are REQUIRED to report to the intake officer anything that may constitute an offense and to cooperate with the clergy disciplinary process.