Clergy Listing

Clergy Listing

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The Rev. Chris Duffie
Savannah, GA
Rector
Grace Redeemer Church
Father Christopher J. Duffie is a native of Georgia. Answe ring the call to ministry very young in life, Father Chris earned a degree in Religion from Faith Evangelical College and Seminary, Tacoma, Washington. Currently, he is working to earn a Masters of Divinity from Payne Theological Seminary. While attending Faith Seminary, Father Chris developed a deep love for liberation theology.  That love lead to his journey of justice and inclusion of All people.
The Rev. Deb Young
Fayetteville, NC
The Rev. Jay Mueller
Albuquerque, NM
Vicar – EACA
Chapel of the Holy Spirit
Born and raised within the Anglican tradition, Fr. Jay Mueller, originally from Liberal, Kansas is rector/vicar of Chapel of the Holy Spirit. Fr. Jay was ordained to the diaconate in 2007 at the First Parish Church in Brunswick, Maine by the Rt. Rev. Rusty Smith and the Rt. Rev. David Bellville. Two years later in August 2009 he was ordained to the priesthood at the Dominican Retreat House in Albuquerque, New Mexico by the Rt. Rev. Rusty Smith.  Fr. Jay has been active with the Chapel of the Holy Spirit faith community since its inception and was an original member of St. Stephen’s Anglican Spirituality Center in Albuquerque planted by Rt. Rev. Rusty Smith in 1999. Fr. Jay’s formation included coursework from the Anglican Institute of Affirmative Christian Studies.
The Rev. Jeff Hall
Long Beach, CA
Chaplain
All Saints Parish
562-756-0527
Fr. Jeffrey Hall graduated from The Diocesan School of Theology, located in Seattle, Washington in 1993.

1992 – 1995 – On-call Trauma Chaplain for Harbor View Medical Center – Seattle, Washington

In 1997, completed studies with Anglican Institute of Affirmative Christian Studies to prepare for Ordination to Deacon April 19, 1997 with subsequent Ordination to the priesthood following on September 27, 1997.
The Rev. Jon Kitto
Bloomfield, IN
Chaplain
EACA semi-retired. Born 1958 St. Louis,MO. Raised in Southern Indiana. Undergraduate Bachelors, Indiana University, Social Sciences, M.Div., D.Min., Ridley Melbounre Theological Seminary, Master of Law, American Military University. Commander, JAG, USN, Retired, current Executive Director GBARK Sighthound Sanctuary, Deputy Chief Justice Advocate, Prison Ministries, Hospice Chaplain, Indiana University Health, St. Vincent and Franciscan hospital networks. No charge, no honorarium  wedding and funerals for all faiths and denominations. Married, 3 years, together 23, 2 adult daughters.
The Rev. Kristina Russell-Elliott
Fort Bragg, CA
Assistant Pastor
Evergreen UMC
Kris Russell is a graduate of PSR’s CTEL program and an assistant pastor at Evergreen Methodist Church in Ft Bragg Ca. She is interested in all things interfaith and considers her ordination to the priesthood her greatest blessing.
The Rev. Nancy Morrison, MD
Palisade, CO
Boulder, CO

Author & Spiritual Director
The Rev. Russell Van Hoose
Povidence Village, TX
Russell is a native Texan and the grandson of two ministers. Being raised a Methodist and developing a deep appreciation for Methodism’s Anglican roots, his connection with the EACA was fore-ordained. 
The Rev. Susan Draag
Linton, IN
EACA Communication Director
Born in Bronx, New York, March 3, 1946 to very strict Roman Catholic family.  As a teenager, left the RC church and struggled for many years trying to find a church home that would accept my sexuality. Attended SUNY F’dale Ag & Tech College majoring in agronomy, joined the Peace Corps in Bolivia, South America, after attending Utah State Univ. for Peace Corps Training.  Upon returning, worked many jobs over the years and finally actually came out in 1978. In 1996, God lead me to the EACA. I was ordained a Deacon in 1997, a priest in 2007. I am retired and working part time for Walmart. I currently live in Linton, Indiana (lived in New York, North Carolina and Tennessee), I have had very high paying jobs and very low menial jobs. I have been around the block several times and had it not been for my friends and colleagues in the EACA, I would have not survived. Life is very good. 
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