Paul and his wife Kimberly transferred their membership to St. Paul’s in 2011. They attend 11 o’clock services where she sings with the choir, and he regularly assists as chalice bearer, lector, or intercessor. Paul’s other activities have included committee work, leading morning prayer, helping our MTSU campus ministry, and contributing to Lenten Meditations.
Growing up at Christ Church in Tuscaloosa, he served as an acolyte and chorister, was active in the Episcopal Youth Community, and attended diocesan camp each summer. Over the years at other congregations, Paul became licensed as a lay eucharistic minister, led spiritual formation classes, attended annual conventions, administered a parish office, and was a senior warden.
Vocationally, Paul is an iOS Developer for a private software company in Franklin. A former Army Ranger, he is the proud father of three and grandfather of one. When not building apps, Paul enjoys reading, the arts, Alabama football, and shepherding their Weimaraner and rescue cats.
As a lifelong Episcopalian, Paul values the rich liturgical traditions of St. Paul’s and is grateful to belong to such an open, vibrant, and growing parish family.