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The Rev. George Adamik

George is a native of Yonkers, N.Y. who commuted into Manhattan daily by train for high school. “New York City represented a broadening of perspectives for me – the arts, different cultures, different languages.” A graduate of Cathedral Prep and of Cathedral College, George was ordained as a priest in the Catholic tradition. He taught…

The Rev. Javier Almendárez-Bautista

Javier is a native of the deep South: he was born and raised in San Salvador, El Salvador. He and his family moved to the Pacific Northwest when he was ten years old. He arrived in North Carolina in 2010 to pursue a Masters of Divinity at Duke Divinity School and later completed a Post-Graduate…

The Rev. Alice Graham Grant

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Mother Alice grew up as a member of Grace Episcopal Church, Brooklyn Heights.  She studied studio art at  Davidson College, and, after a brief career in art and finance, Alice was sponsored for ordination by St. Titus’ Episcopal Church in Durham and completed her Master’s in Divinity at Duke. …

The Rev. Tony Wike

Tony grew up in Lexington and graduated from Guilford College. She went to law school at UNC after spending time with VISTA in eastern North Carolina. “In VISTA, I felt ill-equipped to make a difference, to bring about change. The people I was working with were often powerless to deal with their problems and improve…

The Rev. Candy Snively

Candy is originally from Boston and grew up in Pennsylvania. She worked as Manager of Voter Registration and Voter Services for Palm Beach County, Florida before her family moved here when her husband was transferred with IBM. They weren’t looking for a faith community in North Carolina, but a friend told her people would ask…