Our Clergy.

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Jonathan Rosnick - Pastor

Jonathan has had much experience as a licensed pastoral minister, preacher,
catechist, worship leader and Eucharistic Minister in his previous church in Chevy
Chase, Maryland. He has worked with all age groups, teaching classes, training acolytes, and preaching to the wider congregation. Jonathan is originally from Pittsburgh and is happy to be back home.


Our Staff.

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Kimberly Vorpe - Secretary Treasurer

Kim is a long-time member of St. Paul's. She runs the office and makes sure everyone is on board. She serves as Church Treasurer as well as Secretary/Office Manager/Administrative Assistant.

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Jim Hooks - Organist


Our Volunteers.

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Vestry

The Vestry is the governing body of the church. The eight members meet monthly to discuss all areas of church life and deal with the many concerns that come before them. They serve three-year terms and must rotate off for at least one year before being able to serve again. The current Vestry includes Matthew Cornman Senior Warden, Amy McKinney, Frank McKinney who serves as Junior Warden and members Karen DeVivo, Jane Englert, David Laughlin, Mary Silvis Betty Piccoli and Cathy Vargo.


 
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Altar Guild

The Altar Guild works largely behind the scenes to be sure that everything is prepared for each church service. It is responsible for setting out the vessels and elements for Communion and washing and putting them away afterwards.  The members see to it that all of the linens are washed and ironed and that the candles are replaced when needed.

 They also help to decorate the church for special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. It is an honor to be a member of the Altar Guild, doing it for the glory of God and in thanksgiving for what He has done for us.

 
 
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Stephen Butler - Photographer

Stephen is the St. Paul's photographer. Stephen Butler is a professional photographer who has recently returned to his roots in Armstrong County. He brings skills in observation, interpretation and social interaction to his work, which he strives to make authentic.