ST. TIMOTHY'S STAFF
Rev. Dr. Bonnie McCrickard, Rector
The Rev. Dr. Bonnie Mixon McCrickard is the 14th Rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Roxborough. McCrickard worked more than 15 years as a licensed social worker managing multiple state and federally funded programs in the nonprofit and healthcare sectors before entering ordained ministry. She holds bachelor’s degrees from Trinity University and Belmont University, a Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis, a Master of Divinity degree from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Drew University. Prior to accepting the call to St. Timothy’s parish, she served as Associate Rector of the Church of the Nativity in Huntsville, Alabama.
Janice Fetscher, Parish Administrator
Janice Fetscher came to St. Timothy's in November of 2007, with many years experience in parish work. Janice is a life-long resident of Roxborough and loves working in her home town. When not working at St. Timothy's, Janice loves spending time with her family, going to farmer's markets & flea markets and, and just enjoying life. She is a tremendous asset to keep the Church running efficiently.
Mark Sullivan joined the St. Timothy's staff in 2014 as the parish Sexton. Before coming to St. Timothy's Mark held several staff positions in other Episcopal and Lutheran parishes, most recently as a part-time Sexton at St. Mark's Church on Locust Street. Mark is originally from New York. He and his family have lived in Washington, DC, Chicago and Baltimore before settling in Bryn Mawr. He has two grown daughters. In his free time Mark enjoys travel, reading history, and skiing.
Mark Sullivan, Sexton
Luke Staisiunas earned his Master’s Degree in Organ Performance under Dr. Adam Pajan and Dr. Damin Spritzer. He also earned his Bachelor’s from OU under Dr. John Schwandt and Dr. Pajan. During his time at OU, he performed with the Symphony Band, OU Chorale, OU Percussion Ensemble, as well as playing continuo for the Vitam Musica Foundation’s orchestra. In addition, he is active as a transcriber of orchestral works for organ, as well as compiling scores for silent film accompaniment.
As a performer, he can be frequently heard on the Wanamaker Organ in Philadelphia, and the Midmer-Losh organ in Atlantic City, along with performances for various local organ groups.
On the technical side, he recently worked for the Red River Pipe Organ Company and the former American Organ Institute shop, in Norman Oklahoma. During his time at the Red River firm, he was active as both a shop and field technician. During his time at the AOI, he oversaw the design and installation of a control system for the Schlicker studio organ as part of his Organ Technology coursework.
Outside of music, he can be found enjoying time in the kitchen, and spending time with friends, family, and their pets.