Tim has been an active member of St. Michael’s since 1988. In prior stints on the vestry he served as Junior and Senior Warden. Over the past 30 years Tim has been particularly engaged in strengthening the financial affairs of St. Michael’s, twice serving as co-chair of a major capital campaign, serving a term as Treasurer, serving as chair of the board of the St. Michael’s Fund, and frequently chairing the annual pledge drive. Visiting their children and a growing number of grandchildren has now become a major sideline for Tim and his wife Cindy.
Caroline has enjoyed being an active member of St. Michael’s since the early 1990s. Over the years, she has served in a variety of capacities including a previous term on the vestry, on the St. Michael’s Fund Board, Sunday School teacher, Youth Group Coordinator, Mission and Outreach Committee member, and on the Shrine Mont planning committee. She serves on a variety of County commissions and planning boards, is a master naturalist, is passionate about the Care of Creation and enjoys working in our native plant garden at church. When not in Arlington, she and her husband, Mark, enjoy spending time at their cabin and in the woods in West Virginia.
After moving to the neighborhood in the early 1990s, Adrienne and her husband Michael discovered St. Michael’s. They have considered this welcoming community their family’s church home ever since. Over the years she has assisted with St. Michael’s activities such as Vacation Bible School, The Guardian, and the audit committee, participated in service projects such as Rebuilding Together, and engaged in various opportunities for spiritual education. Past volunteer service has included county commission/committees and local community organizations.
As part of the St. Michael's family for nearly 3 decades, Barb feels blessed to have worshipped with four wonderful rectors and served in a variety of ministries alongside many dedicated parishioners. She is drawn to Christian and spiritual formation activities, newcomer/hospitality ministries, and pastoral care (through her work as a Stephen Minister). Outside church, she especially enjoys travelling and attending Nats' games with her husband and spending time with their two grown, married children -- and one darling grandson.
Jeff is a husband, father and has been a dedicated public servant throughout his professional career, serving both in the United States Marine Corps and as an Emergency Manager. Jeff and his wife Sara have four daughters, Brooke, Kate, Caroline and Zoe. Jeff and his family moved to Arlington in 2017 from Prattville, Alabama where they were members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Jeff is excited to serve on the vestry and will be committed to expanding St. Michael’s community outreach. Jeff enjoys spending time with his family, Alabama Football and is an avid runner.
Tom is a new member of St. Michael’s joining in 2019. An Episcopalian since childhood, he is excited to be a part of the energy and vitality he has witnessed from the church membership serving both the parish and the Arlington community. A recently retired Naval officer, he looks forward to remaining with the same church indefinitely and the ability to enjoy the benefits that long term relationships at St. Michael’s bring. Serving on the vestry is a great opportunity to do all of those things. In his free time, Tom enjoys exploring the DC area with his wife Carol, occasional travel to keep up with their three children, and learning the ropes of empty nesting.
A lifelong Episcopalian, Wendy was drawn to St. Michael’s due to its warm and vibrant congregation. She participates in the Nursing Home Ministry, the Stewardship Committee, and Newcomer Dinner activities. In her free time, Wendy enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with friends, and visiting her children and grandchildren.
Eric is a physicist, and is excited about serving in the St. Michaels’ vestry and supporting our neighborhood outreach. Eric and his wife, Lalitha, enjoy spending time with their children, grandchildren, traveling, and gardening. He’s also an avid golfer and table-tennis player.
Mary is relatively new to St. Michael's, but she has quickly grown to love this community. She especially appreciates that she is able to bring her family to church knowing that her young children will be accepted and loved just as they are. She has enjoyed serving as a Lay Eucharistic Minister and working alongside the Christian Formation Committee and the Children and Families Ministry Committee. Mary is a graduate of Yale Divinity School and has spent most of her career working in Episcopal schools as a chaplain and religion teacher. Some of her very favorite things are yoga, coffee, and March Madness.