Bishop Brown is the 10th Bishop of Maine. Bishop Brown was elected and consecrated in 2019 and came from the Diocese of Massachusetts at a parish in Winchester. He is a native of the upper peninsula of Michigan. email the bishop
Peter was ordained in 1985, and came to St. John's in 1992, from serving in St. Andrew's Church in Newport News, VA. He is a graduate of the University of the South in Tennessee, and the General Theological Seminary in NYC. His family was from the Chicago area, and he grew up in New Jersey and Minnesota. His wife, Emily, was the director of the Rockland School of Ballet until recently. Between the two of them, they have five grown children and a number of grandchildren. email Fr. Jenks
Rob is a native of Camden, Maine. He completed the EFM course in May of 2005 and was ordained into the Deaconate on June18, 2005 at St. Thomas Church in Camden. The majority of Rob’s working career has been in public service with a strong emphasis in serving the youth of our area, he has been involved in Emergency Medical Services for over forty years having served with Camden First Aid Association.
Tony has been Music Director since 1991. He serves as organist and directs seasonal choirs at the church. Antolini is a member of the Bowdoin College Music Department Faculty, where he conducts the Bowdoin Chorus. He is also Music Director of Down East Singers and the Lincoln Festival Chorus. A native New Yorker, he graduated from Bowdoin College and completed graduate degrees at Stanford University in Music and Slavic Studies. His specialty is Russian choral music. His editions are published by E.C. Schirmer and Paraclete Press. email Dr. Antolini
front row, left to right, Eliza Bailey, Rob Laite, Sandra Hoekstra, Brian Perkins, Gayle Elfast
middle row, Ben Griffin, Emily Jenks, Chris Rector, Mark Ranney
back row, Peter Jenks, Jan Gaudio (missing, Don Protheroe)
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