If you didn’t know who Reverend Michael Curry is, you do now.
The 27th presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church was born in Chicago and took his Windy CIty roots across the ocean over to Windsor, delivering a sermon for the ages.
At the mostly white royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, onlookers not used to such fiery preaching were given a brand new experience.
Curry became the first black presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church when he was appointed in 2015. In the past he’s spoken out on social justice issues, including LGBT rights and sexual abuse.
This black Pastor is bringing so much sauce to the Royal Wedding👏🏾— Shaz (@Sharon_evi) May 19, 2018
oprah's gentle rocking during pastor's sermon is me. pic.twitter.com/92X4yY7ecQ— DanielléDASH GIFLord (@DanielleDASH) May 19, 2018
Well that preacher just got his 30seconds... Urm 30 HOURS of fame. My word talk about repeating one's self 😂😂😂 we are enjoying his energy though and the uncomfortable shifting in the chairs that is happening among the royals #RoyalWedding— GoodLuck Music (@Goodlucklive) May 19, 2018
The pastor should of screamed 'if you want to give your life to Jesus please come up'.— . (@easantejr) May 19, 2018
Congradulations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!