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Rob is a native of Charleston, SC. He received a BA from the University of South Carolina in 2001 and an MA in Theology from the University of Durham in 2004. He spent five years as a Benedictine monk at St. Gregory's Abbey in Three Rivers, MI before returning to Charleston to serve as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at Grace Episcopal Church. He attended seminary at the Sewanee School of Theology and received a Master of Divinity degree in May of 2016. Rob and his wife, Davis, were married in January of 2015. Rob's interests include history, theology, church architecture, and teaching. He's also quite fond of wearing fun and colorful socks.
"I am originally from Scranton, SC, where I grew up on a tobacco farm with my parents and 2 brothers. I graduated from Lake City High School and attended and graduated from Clemson University. My Partner in Life, Don Frazier, and I moved to Conway in 1992. I have been an Episcopalian since 2002, and I am a founding member of St Anne's. I serve St. Anne's in various capacities, but perhaps my favorite role is that of Verger. I enjoy visiting other parishes and mission churches, meeting their leaders and congregants, and discovering what they are doing to help make their churches grow and spread the word of our Lord Jesus Christ and to live by his edict to love, care for and serve one another.
Cathy Battle is a Mission Committee Member at St Anne's in charge of Pastoral Care and a liaison for the choir. She has been married to Mike Battle since 1976 and has three grown children, two wonderful daughters in law and a precious grandson. Cathy is a recently retired Mental Health Therapist specializing in marriage and family as well as individual adult counseling. She now enjoys more time in the sunshine.
Bill was born in Ohio and grew up in West Virginia. He moved to Horry County in 1995 and currently lives in Conway. He works for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and is the regional supervisor for the Vital Records Offices in the Pee Dee Region of the state. Bill has been attending St. Anne's since 2013. Newly elected to the Mission Committee, Bill is a liaison for Outreach and Music.
Jennifer has had multiple leadership roles throughout her spiritual journey. She grew up Presbyterian and was very active in her youth group, eventually serving as a youth representative to the National Presbyterian General Assembly when she was a Senior in high school. She became Episcopalian after she and Dan married. She has taught Sunday School and Bible School for multiple ages. Jennifer also had the honor of serving as President of a Daughters of the King chapter in the past and most recently served as St. Anne's first ECW president. She has also served on multiple committees, including a planning committee for Alpha and she has also served a term on the Vestry in the past.
I am a cradle Episcopalian from Anderson, IN. I was in the choir at the age of 8 when Fr. Ian Mitchell was curate and was writing The American Folk Mass. Great memories there.
I have served on several vestries/Bishop Committees as secretary, fellowship, worship and music committees, and as Senior Warden.
Before moving to SC, I was treasurer at St. Mary's, Martinsville, along with heading the altar guild, scheduling supply priests and stewardship calendar, singing in the choir, and doing weekly bulletins. I serve on the St. Anne’s Mission Committee as liaison for Stewardship and Communication.
I love and am proud to be an Episcopalian.
I was Born and raised in southern California. I earned a BA (Philosophy) from Point Loma Nazarene University, an MA (Philosophy) from University of Southern California (that university!), and a JD from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. I was a Professor of Philosophy for 35 years, and I practiced law for 18 years. My wife, Joyce, and I moved to Conway in 2013, and I have been a member of St. Anne's since 2013. My Mission Committee focus is Christian formation.
Lineta Pritchard grew up with Methodists in Concord, NC, and danced with the Baptists while attending Wake Forest College in the 60’s. She and Bill lived in Raleigh before a move to Myrtle Beach in the late 70’s. A career journalist, she was features editor and metro editor of The Sun News. After their two children were in college, she opened Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream at Broadway at the Beach and operated it until her grandsons arrived. At Trinity Episcopal in Myrtle Beach she served as ECW president and the Vestry. She enjoys reading fiction and non-fiction, silent retreats and chocolate. She is excited about serving on the outreach committee and working with small groups.
Mary Jo holds a Master of Public Administration degree and studied non-profit management as a concentration. Her early career was in higher education, working first at Pace University School of Law, then moving on to a decade long career in academic advising at the undergraduate level. For the past twelve years, she has worked for a membership association which services the financial risk profession-doing so remotely since moving to South Carolina in 2007. Thankful for the friendship and support provided by St. Anne’s, she welcomes the opportunity to give back and serve the community as a Mission Committee member. She is the liaison for Membership.