Rector The Reverend Mary Ann Hill
The Reverend Mary Ann Hill has been the rector (priest-in-charge) of St. Dunstan's since 2008, aftering serving parishes in Indiana and Illinois for seven years.
Before attending seminary in Sewanee, Tennessee, she worked for 11 years as an admissions and records officer for the University of Illinois. She enjoys living in Tulsa and is proud of her parish family. Her passion is the church, but she also loves foreign languages and travel, music, cooking and baking, knitting and especially Tucker, her Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
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The Reverend Alberto Moreno (Spanish Missioner, Misa en Espanol)
Fr. Alberto comes to us from the Diocese of Northwest Texas, where he served as Vicar of San Miguel Arcangel, Odessa, a Latino mission that has seen rapid growth since his arrival in 2012. He is originally from Mexico and was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest there. He was received into the Anglican Church of Mexico in 2009, where he served until coming to the United States in 2012.
Fr. Alberto is originally from Mexico City, and was educated at the Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosí, the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and the Universidad de Monterrey. He is currently a candidate for a Doctor of Ministry degree at Virginia Theological Seminary. He and his wife Malgorzata (Gosia), have two elementary-age daughters, Saron and Mayka.
The Reverend Deacon Alan Barrow
The Reverend Deacon Alan Barrow was born at Bethesda Naval Hospital and lived in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and Hawaii before settling in Tulsa. He is graduate of Fluvanna County High School in Virginia and graduated from the IBEW Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training in 1979. He has served at St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church for more than a decade
Alan has been involved in men’s prison ministry for 17 years with cognitive therapy programs and teaching meditation. He received a certification in Spiritual Direction from Southern Methodist University’s Perkins School of Theology. He moved to Tulsa with his wife Libby in 1976. They have three adult children and one grandchild. In his spare time he enjoys hiking and being still in the Rocky Mountains, traveling the country with his family and reading.
Alan's favorite literary author is Fyofor Dostoevsky, favorite poet is Rumi, favorite movie The Matrix and favorite musical group the Byrds. His favorite spiritual book is Everything Belongs by Fr. Richard Rohr.
Parish Administrator: Cathy Woods
Cathy grew up on a cattle ranch near Okmulgee. She earned her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Oklahoma and worked at two television stations in Oklahoma City before becoming a full-time mom in the mid-80's. More recently she worked for Border's Book Store and Joy Lutheran Church in Tulsa. Most recently she opened and operated Green Light Driver Training, a driving school in Jenks.
Cathy became a member of St. Dunstan's after moving to Tulsa in 1984. She has been married to Barry for over 35 years, and they are the parents of three adult children: Leslie, a pilot who lives in Wichita, Kansas, Shelby, an artist and Apple Products Support Specialist, who lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Adam, owner and operator of Oakwood Recording studio in Jenks.
Cathy's interests are theater (she has performed in several local productions), movies, reading,writing and singing with DunstanFolk.
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Choir Master: Eliot Glaser
Eliot Glaser is a composer/performer residing in Tulsa, Okla. where he is organist and choirmaster at St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, organist and choir director at Temple Israel, assistant organist at Church of the Madalene, choral accompanist for Tulsa Public Schools, and a private music teacher.
His compositions include instrumental, vocal, choral, and various experimental works published by Darcey Press, Transcontinental Music, OySongs.com, and EliotGlaser.com. Glaser earned a B.M. degree in composition with a minor in organ performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) where his principal teachers included Donald Erb and Eugene O'Brien in composition, and Adeline Huss in organ.
After a year of postgraduate study at CIM he was appointed to the music faculty of Principia College in Elsah, Ill. where he remained for two years. After ten years in Los Angeles working for a computer software firm, he relocated to Tulsa and returned to full-time musical pursuits when his wife Lise was appointed Principal Oboist with the Tulsa Philharmonic. In 2009 he earned certification as a Fellow of the American Guild of Organists.
Children's Catechist: Heather Sleightholm
Heather Sleightholm came to St. Dunstan's from our preschool family, and quickly fell in love with the tradition and beauty of our parish and our liturgical way of life. Her love for our church traditions led her to study the prestigious children's faith formation, Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, and she has trained as a catechist to bring this program to the children at St. Dunstans. Heather also handles the social media accounts for the church and takes many of our parish photos.
When not working with the children in the atrium, Heather is an artist and writer and lives in a 100 year old house with her husband, kids, dog Franklin, a bunch of cats and too many chickens. She also enjoys reading, history, knitting, weaving, gardening and painting.
Preschool Director Miss Debra
Miss Debra is the second oldest of 9 children, and has been working with children in her professional life for the past 8 years. She and her husband have been married for 13 years and have a 3 year old daughter. Miss Debra is also an animal lover and has 2 cats and a big puppy.
Senior Warden, Nancy McNair
Junior Warden: Steve Langley
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