Father Domingo (“Mic”) Shriver was born and raised on a farm in York County, PA. He is a 1983 graduate from Dallastown Area High School (“Go Wildcats!”) and served 6 years in the US Army. Father Mic attended school at Penn State where he majored in education, then transferred to Spring Arbor University where he received in his BA in Family Life Education.
In 2005, Father Mic graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary and became ordained as an Episcopal priest that same year. He has served churches in both New York and Grand Rapids before becoming the Rector/Pastor of Grace Episcopal and Emanuel Lutheran churches in Ludington in 2013.
Father Mic along with his wife of twenty years, Paula, have created a life full of faith and serving others, which they instill in their 7 children (6 girls, 1 boy). “Given a passion for work in family size churches, I have been blessed to be able to be a part of a ‘new way’ of collaborative ministry that stresses an individual’s relationship with God over and above denominational boundaries” Father Mic shares about his faith journey in Mason County.
Outside of the church, Father Mic enjoys hobbies such as motorcycles, hunting, fishing and anything outdoors as well as serving as a chaplain for the American Legion Honor Guard. His charitable involvement includes previously held board positions with West Shore Pregnancy & Family Support and the Lakeshore Food Club.