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  • Phone: (843) 364-6458
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  • Street Address: 2104 Main Street Conway, SC 29526
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 752 Conway SC 29528

 

 

Our Leadership

Our Priest - The Rev. Robertson Carr Donehue

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. Their son, David, was born in December of 2019.  Rob's interests include history, theology, church architecture, and teaching. He's also quite fond of wearing fun and colorful socks.  

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Jean Spedden Goldson

Senior Warden

My early years were spent as part of a large family in Columbia, SC. I began my Episcopal education soon after Mike and I began attending his churchtogether, where I was warmly welcomed and encouraged to attend Enquirer’s classes. Mike and I were subsequently married in that church and our older daughter was baptized there two years later.

 I have been involved in various ministries in this diocese, after moving here in 1982. My efforts focused on caring for the young, the sick, and the impoverished. I feel that the strength of the EpiscopalChurch lies in its’ adherence to the idea of a life built upon love, prayer, and service; an inclusive life, with room for each of us to experience a more nuanced understanding as we mature in faith. It is my privilege to serve St. Anne’s in this exciting new era.

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Kathleen Hearn

Junior Warden

Kathleen graduated from Kent School in 2006 and was awarded the Thomas L. Andrews Memorial Prize in Theater. She graduated from Wofford College in 2010 with a B.A. in Theater where she was awarded the James R. Gross Award for academic achievement in her major. Kathleen earned her J.D. from the Charleston School of Law in 2014 and received a Cali Award for Workers' Compensation. During her time at the Charleston School of Law, Kathleen was a member of Women in Law and served as Chairman of the Scholarship Committee. Kathleen was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2015 and practices law at Hearn & Hearn with her father (George) and her uncle (Pete). In her spare time Kathleen enjoys practicing yoga and participating in community theater.  Kathleen and her husband, Lane, live in downtown Conway.  Together they have two dogs and two children.

 

 

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Don Frazier 

Don brings a wealth of church experience to St. Anne’s. He served on thevestry at All Saints, Pawley’s Island, from 1986-1989. From there, he joined St. Paul’s, Conway, and then helped to found St. Anne’s. As one of St. Anne’s original members, Don knows both the history of our congregation and its potential for future growth. Don has spent over 40 years working in design. His attention to the details of beauty, balance, and symmetry  bring a valued perspective to the deliberations of the St. Anne’s Vestry.     

Jennifer Boyle 

I love St. Anne’s Church and its intelligent yet grounded, action-based approach to ministry and discipleship. It is an open and inviting church that is on the threshold of growth and new models of inclusivity. I have experienced few churches that can claim the energy and commitment to Christian action that the St. Anne’s community exemplifies. My spouse and I felt an immediate spark with the principles of St. Anne’s. I’m excited and honored to be considered to become a member of the vestry and to have the opportunity to contribute to the exciting changes facing this church in the near and distant future. I am a lector, a crucifer/chalice administrator, and will soon begin service on the altar guild. I am also half way through my first year of participation in St. Anne’s chapter of the Education for Ministry program. My involvement in EFM has become one of the most significant recent developments in my intellectual and spiritual life.
In my secular life, I am a professor of humanities, and I created and direct a program in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, Coastal Carolina University, Digital Culture and Design. My academic successes have evolved into a skill set that I am passionate about sharing with the larger community: teaching; the translation of ideas and initiatives for multiple audiences; teaching; organizing events to transform ideas into action through rhetoric; oh, and teaching. One of my strongest personal interests: the connections that can be made and the barriers and lines crossed through the breaking of bread, the sharing of food has informed my journey as a serious amateur cook. I make food for as many good purposes as I can manage: for those in need of nourishment; for organizations to raise funds; and as a foundation for further teaching and connections across diverse communities. 

Erik Schrader 

I moved to Conway, SC from Rochester, NY to become a public school teacher. I taught in Williamsburg County and at a charter school before I became a teacher at Conway High School. I have appreciated becoming part of the Conway community. I joined St. Anne’s in March 2018. I was confirmed in June 2018, and I have been attending ever since. I was looking for a church home that had a clear vision and a sense of community. I have enjoyed singing in the choir, and I am excited to see how St. Anne’s continues to grow. I attended a Vestry meeting in the summer to discuss some training opportunities that my friend can provide to foster and adoptive parents, and I was able to see first-hand the ideas and processes of a Vestry meeting. Serving on the Vestry will allow me to help the church continue the process of expanding and growing, as well as defining our mission of outreach to the broader community. I look forward to hearing the ideas of the other Vestry members and contributing my own ideas as well. We have many issues to decide on as a Vestry and church community, and I am honored to be considered for the Vestry.