Our Bishop:The Most Reverend 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.

 

 
 
Fr (Canon) Frederick Bentley OHI is our present Priest, he brings years of experience in public education, ministry and has been involved in formation of Parish, ministry and Church Mission setting. His interests have included working with Veteran groups of different backgrounds and Middler level and Pre-Engineering students. He has served as a retreat advisor for a large retreat community, been a Parochial Administrator, Diocesan Church Camp Director, Athletic Director, Academic Team Coach & Rural Dean.
   Accomplishments include, Chaplain, Senior Engineer SME, Hospice, Congressional District Economic Dev. Committee, Lions Club President, Commander Amer. Legion, Commission on Aging, Board Christian Newspaper, International Institute, Examining Chaplain, ACPE, American Association of Christian Counselors, President HOA, Bd. of Retreat Center, President Council of Technology Education, Campus Ministry. Father is also Director of Anglican Priests for Life, a Confraternity of Anglican Priests. He serves the Diocese as a Canon and member  of The Bishop's Council of Advice.. He has written articles and book reviews for publications such as The Rock, The Christian Hearld, Deliverance, articles in various Engineering Journals and own publication "Falling Forward in Faith".
   "Our mission to the greater Charleston area is to help build a strong Church in the faith, that reaches out to a hurting world"
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

The Rev.Mr Peter B. Towle, OHI
 
Was born and raised in the Middle Atlantic States and the Delmar Peninsula. Before entering the Deaconate he went to Ventura College & Saint Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College in California.
Early in his Military career he entered the U. S. Army serving at Defense Atomic Support Agency in New Mexico. Next he enlisted in the United States Navy serving in Virginia Beach, Charleston, Anniston, Ala., CBC (Seabees) & Naval Training Center – San Diego.
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, San Francisco, California
Father Deacon Towel is active in the Order of the Holy Innocents, Chaplaincy at area Hospitals and Veterans groups including American Legion.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 John Zolyniak – Senior Warden

            John is Married to Cynthia for 43 years, have 3 boys with a number of grandchildren. Moved to Charleston in 2002. Retired from the federal government as a Systems Analyst for 34 years. Served in the U.S. Navy active duty and Naval reserve, and in the Air Force reserve retiring after 27 years. Federal job had them moving every few years, living in no less than 6 states. John and Cindy love to travel and volunteer at state parks with their dog Chewbacca.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Charles Wencel - People's Warden- Is married to Pam and has children and grandchildren and is a transplant from Michigan and Ohio. 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 Churck 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. Historically, there are two main types of wardens; Rector's (Senior Warden) and the people's warden that is elected annually by the congregation at what is called the Annual Meeting ( "meeting of the parishioners"); the Rector's warden is appointed by the incumbent.
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
  
 
Augusta Allen - Church Treasurer - "Gussie" as  she likes to be called, has many years of experience working as an Legal Executive Assistant. She works for a State Senator and is actively involved in Charleston largest economy, that of tourism. She has brought fudiciary responsibility to the Treasurer's position. She not only works in the law, she is married to the law, her husband Richard is a retired law enforcement officer and United States Navy.