St. Paul’s Clergy and Staff Purpose Statement
We pledge to compassionately and faithfully serve the people of St. Paul’s by maintaining healthy boundaries, honoring processes, protocols, and confidences while discerning the work of the Holy Spirit.
The Rev. Hazel Smith Glover
Hazel is a cradle Episcopal baptized at St. Mark’s in LaGrange, Ga. During the 60s with the guidance of her parish, she began to understand that we are all God’s beloved. Living into our baptismal promises to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to love our neighbor, to strive for justice and peace, and . . .
The Rev. Kyle Mackey
Kyle was born and raised in Dublin, Georgia. He was baptized as a Southern Baptist at age 11 and attended the University of Georgia after high school. During his time in Athens, he found and joined the Episcopal Church by reception in April of 2012....
Lesley Williams has served as Parish Administrator of St. Paul’s since June 2011. She brings a diverse professional background to her work at St. Paul’s, including advertising, marketing, writing, library science, and technology. Lesley feels her work at St. Paul’s is a ministry, and she is thankful for the relationships she has formed with the . . .
Organist & Choirmaster
I grew up on a small cattle farm outside St. Louis, MO in a town called Alton, Illinois. I first began playing the piano when my parents bought me a little 61 note electric keyboard in 1st grade. I would teach myself after school, and it wasn’t until I was in middle school that . . .
Director of Children's Ministry
Susan has always felt a calling to work with children. In high school, she volunteered at a local hospital often working on the Children’s ward. She entered college in a Biology/Pre-Med program to ultimately become a Pediatrician but early senior year had a change of heart about a career in the medical field. After earning . . .
Director of Children's Choir & Parish Handbell Choir
Dawn Harrison is the Director of our Children’s Choirs and our Parish Handbell Choir. In 2002 our minister of music, Ben Bachman, moved to St. Luke’s. Dawn and Sally Evans took over the leadership of the children’s choir. After Sally moved to Atlanta . . .