The Reverend William (Bill) King, Interim Rector
Father Bill has served as a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama since 1987. Bill was received as an Episcopal Priest on June 4, 1987 at St. Andrew's at the hands of Bishop Stough. Since that time, he has served as Associate Rector at St. Mary's on the Highlands, Rector of All Saints in Homewood, Deputy to Bishop Parsley for 10 years, during which time he directed the establishment of Holy Spirit, Alabaster, St. Catherine's, Chelsea, Calvary, Oneonta and as the first. Rector for Trinity Church, Clanton. Bill and Pat together with their three children joined the Episcopal Church in 1981 as members of St. Andrew's, Birmingham and now Pat and Bill have returned to St. Andrew's as of the fall of 2019. Bill and Pat also now serve as the Bishop's Chaplains for the retired clergy, spouses and widows living in the Diocese of Alabama..
The Reverend Dr. Roy Draydon Wells, Priest Associate
Father Roy was born in Alabama, and educated in Birmingham. Roy, an ordained Methodist minister with a B.D. and a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt, joined the Religion faculty at Birmingham-Southern College in 1967. The same year, when Laura became choir director, he began to worship regularly at St. Andrew’s with her and their children, Megan, Julianna, and Kendrick. He was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in 1996, and went to Sewanee for further study. When he was ordained priest in 2000, he was named Priest Associate at St. Andrew’s and Diocesan supply. He taught Hebrew at Vanderbilt and Sewanee, held faculty positions in Biblical studies at Austin College and B-SC and was active in international research and publication from 1964 until his retirement in 2007. Since his retirement, he has continued to serve the diocese, including a tour of duty as Interim Rector here.
Stephan Calvert, Organist and Choir Director
Class of 2021
Linda Foster, Sr. Warden
Tom Patchen, Jr. Warden outside
Class of 2022
Class of 2023
Martha Dameron, Jr. Warden Inside