For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you.
The Most Reverend Mark Haverland
The Most Rev. Mark Haverland is the Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Anglican Catholic Church. Born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1956, he was educated at Kenyon College (A.B), Duquesne University (M.A.), and Duke University (Ph.D.). He was consecrated Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the South in 1998, and elected Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Anglican Catholic Church at the 16th Provincial Synod in 2005.
Archbishop Haverland is author of Anglican Catholic Faith and Practice, a handbook of Orthodox Anglican belief, which is available from the Anglican Parishes Association. He has written articles and book reviews for publications such as Touchstone, The New Oxford Review, and The Journal of Religion. He lives in Athens, Georgia.
Father Jeffrey Monroe
The Very Rev. Cannon Jeffery Monroe, OSBN is the Vicar of St. Timothy's Anglican Catholic Church in Charleston, SC. While under the jurisdiction of the Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Northeast, Anglican Church in America (ACA), he was licensed and approved to serve as Vicar at St. Timothy's by Archbishop Mark Haverland, of the Anglican Catholic Church. In addition to serving as Vicar, he is Cannon to the Ordinary under the Most Rev. Brian R. Marsh of the ACA. father Monroe previous served as Rector of St. Margaret of Scotland Anglican Church in Conway, NH and Vicar of St. Augustine of Canterbury Anglican Parish in Scarborough, ME; St. Michael's Anglican Parish in Holderness, NH. and Holy Trinity Anglican Parish in Fairfield, ME. He also completed his curacy at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Protland, Maine where he remains an associated priest. He also served as Dean in the Diocese of the Northeast, ACA and was interim President of the Logos House of Theological Studies.
Fr Monroe also holds rank of Captain in the USN Merchant Marine Reserve and is a licensed Master Mariner (USCG). He is a licensed port, maritime and veteran's chaplain as an American Legion Chaplain. Fr Monroe holds degrees in Pastoral Studies, Sacred Theology and Devinity as well as secular degrees in Marine Transportation and Transportation Management. He is a graduate of the Logos House of Theological Studies, Maine Maratime Academy and the State University of New York. He was the only Chaplain to serve as an advisor to the Secretary of Homeland Security where he held the position af Chairman of the National Security Advisor under Presidents Bush, Clinton, Bush, and Obama.
The Rev. Mr Peter B. Towle, OHI
Father Deacon Towle was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Before entering the Diaconate, he went to Ventura College (Criminal Justice) & Saint Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College in California.
Early in his Military career, he entered the US Army serving at Defense Atomic Support Agency in New Mexico. Next, he enlisted in the United States Navy serving in Virginia Beach; Charleston; Anniston, AL; and CBC (Seabees) & Naval Training Center – San Diego. Based out of Charleston and San Diego, he served four ships.
After serving in the military, he was employed in San Francisco and San Diego by Hyatt Hotel chain in security. Prior to moving to Charleston he was Parish Deacon at Saint Peter’s Anglican in Oalkand, California.
Father Deacon Towle is active in the Order of the Holy Innocents advocating for the Sanctity of Life, Chaplaincy at area hospitals, and Veterans groups including the American Legion.
John is married to Cynthia and they have three sons with a number of grandchildren. John and his family moved to Charleston in 2002 and he retired from a 34-year career in Federal Government as a Systems Analyst. John served in the US Navy active duty and Naval Reserve, and in the Air Force reserve, retiring after 27 years. Federal jobs had them moving every few years, living in no less than six states. John and Cindy love to travel and volunteer at state parks with their dog Chewbacca.
A transplant from Michigan and Ohio, Chuck is married to Pam and has children and grandchildren. Chuck brings years of experience working for a Fortune 500 company (Sears/Kmart) and now is working locally in one of the larger automotive companies in Charleston. Pam and Chuck have had years of experience in church work and are a joy to work with. His position at Saint Timothy's is the lay representative of the People and "charge and care of buildings and grounds". Chuck is a great organizer of work days where we have barbecues and fun. He and his wife are involved in our theology class.