Reverend Doctor Donald R. Frampton
Broadmoor Presbyterian Church
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Reverend Don Frampton has served as Interim Pastor at Broadmoor Presbyterian Church since 2020 and previously served 24 years as Senior Pastor of St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church in New Orleans. He graduated from the University of South Carolina (B.A.) and Columbia Theological Seminary (D. Min.). Reverend Frampton and his wife, Colleen, have three children and three grandchildren. He has written a book on the history of St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, was Transitional Pastor at John Calvin Presbyterian Church, and enjoys golf.
The Reverend Rutger-Jan Heijmen
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
West Palm Beach, Florida
Reverend R-J Heijmen has served as rector of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church since 2020. He graduated from the University of California, Berkley (B.A.) and Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry (M.Div.). He graduated Magna Cum Laude from UC Berkley. He is a cohost of the Mockingbird Ministries’ podcast. He and his wife, Jaime, are parents to 3 sons. Reverend Heijmen enjoys tennis, bodysurfing and all things automotive.
The Reverend Dr. Douglas W. Hood, Jr.
First Presbyterian Church of Delray Beach
Delray Beach, Florida
Reverend Hood has served the First Presbyterian Church of Delray Beach as Senior Pastor since 2012. He graduated from Eckerd College (B.A.), Columbia Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and Fuller Theological Seminary (D.Min.). In 2015, he was the Moderator of the Presbytery of Tropical Florida, and twice he was a commissioner to his denomination’s General Assembly. His sermons have appeared in numerous publications. He and his wife, Grace, have two children. Reverend Hood enjoys photography and attending theater.
July 10 - Communion
The Reverend Canon George F. Woodward
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Reverend George Woodward has served as Rector of St. Paul’s Anglican/Episcopal Church since 2018. He graduated from Ohio University (B.A.), Ashland Theological Seminary (M.A.) and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary (M.Div.). Honors include Canon to the Episcopal Cathedral of Los Angeles and Canon to the Anglican Cathedral of El Salvador. In his free time, Reverend Woodward enjoys fitness, as well as the Spanish language, culture and art.
July 17 - Hymn Sing 5:30pm
The Reverend Anne Robertson
Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church
Reverend Anne Robertson has served as Pastor of Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church since 2020. Prior to that, she served as executive director of the Massachusetts Bible Society. She graduated from Bucknell University (B.A.) and Chandler School of Theology at Emory University (M. Div.). She was awarded the Wilbur C. Ziegler Award for Excellence in Preaching and has published eight books on the Bible and religion. Among Reverend Robertson’s hobbies are yoga, genealogy, and writing skits and Halloween parodies for her brother’s quartet.
The Reverend Richard C. Allen
The Congregational Church in South Glastonbury
South Glastonbury, Connecticut
Reverend Allen retired in 2021 from South Congregational Church, where he had served since 1988. He graduated from Trinity University (B.A.) and from Andover Newton Theological School (M.Div.). Minister Emeritus of the South Congregational Church, he is also the recipient of the International YMCA Award for Leadership and the Masonic Lodge Community Service Award. He and his wife, Andrea, have 4 children and eight grandchildren. Reverend Allen is a tennis enthusiast, collector of African folklore and a frequent visitor to Malawi, where he was a Peace Corps volunteer.
The Reverend Dr. Robert S. Norris
The Royal Poinciana Chapel
Palm Beach, Florida
Reverend Norris has served Royal Poinciana Chapel since 2004. He graduated from Bloomsburg University (B.A.) and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div., ThM, D.Min.). He serves on the Advisory Board of the School of Ministry of the Palm Beach Atlantic University and on the Board of Directors for the Lord’s Place and Urban Youth Impact. Reverend Norris and his wife, Debra, are the parents of a daughter. Reverend Norris enjoys international travel, golf, tennis swimming, reading and writing.
The Reverend Dr. Sarah Sarchet Butter
Wellesley Village Church
Reverend Butter has served Wellesley Village Congregational Church as Senior Pastor since 2015. She graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary (M. Div.), Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management (MBA) and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Reverend Butter and her husband, Dr. John Butter, MD, are parents to two adult daughters attending college. In her free time, Reverend Butter enjoys gardens, dining and travel.
August 14 - Communion
The Right Reverend W. Nicholas Knisely
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island
Providence, Rhode Island
Reverend Nicholas Knisely has served as Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island since 2012. He graduated from Franklin and Marshall College (B.A.), University of Delaware (M.S.), and Yale University (M. Div.). He is a member of the Society of Ordained Scientists and a recipient of the Lansing Hicks prize. He holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity. Reverend Knisely and his wife, Karen, have an adult daughter. Among his hobbies are photography, kayaking and reading.
Reverend Dr. Tom Tewell
Macedonian Ministry Foundation
Reverend Tewell in 2008 founded the Macedonian Ministry Foundation, committed to developing pastors and congregations for creative leadership. He graduated from Muskingum College (B.A.), Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and Drew Theological School (D.Min.). A recipient of the Social Ministry Award from the NYC Council of Churches, he was also on the Board of Trustees for Princeton Theological Seminary. Reverend Tewell and his wife, Suzanne, have 2 sons and 7 grandchildren. He enjoys golf, pickleball and reading.
August 28 - Choral Evensong 5:00pm
The Reverend Sunil Chandy
Westerly, Rhode Island
Reverend Sunil Chandy has served as rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Westerly since 2014. After a career in the pharmacy industry, he graduated from Episcopal Seminary (M.Div.) and Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Th.). Reverend Chandy has served in several leadership capacities in the National Episcopal Church, in the Dioceses of Newark, NJ, and in the Diocese of Rhode Island. He and his wife, Simi, are parents to three sons. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry at The General Theological Seminary.
The Reverend Andrew C. Mead
St. Thomas Church, New York
Narragansett, Rhode Island
Reverend Andrew Mead retired from St. Thomas Church in 2014 after 41 years of full-time parish ministry. Reverend Mead graduated from DePauw University (B.A.), Yale Divinity School (M.Div.), and Oxford University (M.Litt.). He is Rector Emeritus of St. Thomas Church; honorary Doctor of Divinity from Nashotah House Theological Seminary; and Honorary Officer, Order of the British Empire. He and his wife, Nancy, have two children and four grandchildren. In his free time, Reverend Mead enjoys reading, walking and grilling.
The Reverend John E. Barclay
First Presbyterian Church
Glens Falls, New York
Reverend John Barclay retired as Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls, NY in 2018. He graduated from the University of Michigan and Princeton Theological Seminary. Recipient of the Edward Howell Roberts Award for Distinguished Preaching, he was twice the Moderator of the Albany Presbytery. He and his wife, Andrea, have three children. Reverend Barclay enjoys golf, reading, classical music and skiing.