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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net










    Dawn grew up living various places, including 5 years in Singapore. The end of her first year in college her family moved to the Conway area, and she’s never left. She married her husband, Lewis, in 1983, and they have two grown sons and a daughter-in-law who all live in the area.     Dawn became a confirmed member of the Anglican Communion in 1991, and in 1995 she took on the role of Faith Formation Director. Dawn and her family transferred their membership to St. Paul’s in the spring of 2001. In 2004, she began the process to become an ordained vocational deacon in the church. Dawn was ordained in 2007, and continues to serve in this role here at St. Paul’s.

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net










    Dawn grew up living various places, including 5 years in Singapore. The end of her first year in college her family moved to the Conway area, and she’s never left. She married her husband, Lewis, in 1983, and they have two grown sons and a daughter-in-law who all live in the area.     Dawn became a confirmed member of the Anglican Communion in 1991, and in 1995 she took on the role of Faith Formation Director. Dawn and her family transferred their membership to St. Paul’s in the spring of 2001. In 2004, she began the process to become an ordained vocational deacon in the church. Dawn was ordained in 2007, and continues to serve in this role here at St. Paul’s.

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    The Rev. Jason N. Collins has the unique privilege and perspective of having been a member of St. Paul’s for 15 years before he became an ordained minister.  Jason was raised in the Anglican tradition and as soon as his then-girlfriend Shawna said that she would go to his church if they were to ever get married, he went and bought a ring, and the rest is history!
    There was never really a time in his life when Jason didn’t believe in Jesus Christ, but his faith became real and active when his construction business imploded during a bear market.  It was at that time that he fully surrendered his life to Jesus Christ.  As unexpectedly as his business declined, after his “come to Jesus” moment, the business miraculously rebounded.  It was then that he realized that the Lord had been calling him to the ministry all along; now Jason was ready to respond in faith.  Jason and Shawna sold their businesses and their home and moved their family 1,000 miles away to Nashotah, Wisconsin where Jason attended seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.  Just prior to his graduation and ordination, Jason was blessed to be called back to St. Paul’s to serve as the Associate Rector.  Jason says:  “The dean of Canterbury Cathedral once told me that I was a community builder, but God had called me to be a Kingdom builder!”  Jason’s ministry involves preaching the Word, administering the sacraments, teaching the faith “once delivered to the saints”, and leading by example so that others might know the saving grace of Jesus Christ.  All this is done for God’s glory and through the guidance of His Holy Spirit.
    Jason has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Wofford College, a Master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Clemson University, and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Nashotah House.  He was ordained a Deacon on June 4, 2011 and a Priest on December 3, 2011.  He and his wife Shawna have two children:  Hannah and Duncan.

    Father Tripp grew up in Hartsville, South Carolina in St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. He received his undergraduate in Religious Studies from the University of South Carolina. Upon receiving a call to the ordained ministry in the Methodist Church, Fr. Tripp completed his Masters of Divinity Degree through Duke University’s Divinity School. It was at Duke that Fr. Tripp felt God calling him toward a church that represents a satisfying combination of four streams of expression - biblical, evangelical, charismatic, and catholic. Through this calling, Fr. Tripp began to pursue ordination in the Anglican faith through (at that time) the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.. After receiving his Anglican Studies diploma from Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA, Fr. Tripp was hired as a curate at St. Helena’s in Beaufort, SC where he served for 3 years from 1995-1998. In March of 1998, Fr. Tripp moved to become rector of St. Paul’s in Conway. Fr. Tripp is married to Leslie (a native of Conway). They have three teenage boys and enjoy spending family time on the boat or at the beach. Fr. Tripp also likes to read, fish, hunt, and is a huge sports fan. All five of the Jeffords are active in the Lord’s ministry at St. Paul’s. Fr. Tripp is a Cursillista and has served on teams through Kairos, Cursillo, Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Happening. Fr. Tripp is currently serving on the diocese’s Standing Committee and has served twice on Diocesan Council. Fr. Tripp’s greatest vocational joy is to see folks begin to understand the Gospel message, yield themselves fully to Christ and then to begin to live out that faith in the world. You may contact Fr. Tripp at frtripp@sccoast.net










    Dawn grew up living various places, including 5 years in Singapore. The end of her first year in college her family moved to the Conway area, and she’s never left. She married her husband, Lewis, in 1983, and they have two grown sons and a daughter-in-law who all live in the area.     Dawn became a confirmed member of the Anglican Communion in 1991, and in 1995 she took on the role of Faith Formation Director. Dawn and her family transferred their membership to St. Paul’s in the spring of 2001. In 2004, she began the process to become an ordained vocational deacon in the church. Dawn was ordained in 2007, and continues to serve in this role here at St. Paul’s.

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