Clergy & Staff

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Craig Stephans grew up in Edmond, Oklahoma. After earning a soccer scholarship to The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, he earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature in 1991 and a master’s degree in Counseling in 1994. Craig and his wife Missy were married in 1991 and lived in Charleston, SC for several years prior to attending Trinity School of Ministry outside Pittsburgh where Craig earned a Master of Divinity in 2009.

In 2010, Craig accepted the position of Rector of Church of the Redeemer in Camden, NC. He served at Church of the Redeemer for 11 years and earned a Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary in 2019. In December 2020, Craig became Rector of Christ Church Anglican in Savannah following in the footsteps of the Rev. Dr. Marc Robertson who served as Rector for 29 years.

Craig is the author of three books including To Be Silent: The Too Busy Church published in 2019 by Anglican House Publishers. Craig and his wife Missy have a daughter Madeline and a son Jack, and a golden retriever Marius. In addition to ministry and being with his family, Craig loves being outdoors walking, running, cycling and still trying to play soccer.

THE REV. BRYAN BIBA, Assistant Rector

Bryan was born and raised in Chicagoland. He graduated from Wheaton College (Illinois) with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in theology. Bryan also earned a Master of Divinity with a certificate in Anglican Studies from Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina.

After his ordination in 2015, Bryan served as Curate at St. Peter’s Anglican Cathedral in Tallahassee, Florida, Associate Rector at Christ Church Cathedral in Plano, Texas, and Interim Priest at Redemption Anglican Church in Frisco, Texas.

Bryan and his wife, Laura McClain-Biba, enjoy cooking good food, reading old books, biking, and spending time with their son, Simeon, and daughter, Adelaide. Ask Bryan about college basketball, bread baking, and Star Trek.


Drew is our ‘church planting curate,’ which means he’s joining the team already in place to start a new church in Statesboro! Drew grew up on a tree farm on John’s Island (just outside of Charleston, SC) and spent most of his childhood in between the salt marsh and the pine forest. He loves short fiction, sad music, river sailing, good coffee, and trees. All the trees.

Drew was raised in a Christian home, and first recognized the goodness of the Lord at a youth retreat in middle school. He sensed a call to formal pastoral ministry while studying at Furman University.  After working for several years for a church plant in downtown Charleston, he completed a Masters in Divinity from Trinity School for Ministry. Drew started serving in Statesboro in 2019.


Greg was ordained a deacon in 1990 and combines his passion for good food and chosen career with his hospitality gift in God’s service. One of six children, Greg was raised in Pittsburgh and received his bachelor’s degree from Penn State University in 1971. Greg is married to our Financial Administrator, Joan.

After overseas service with the Peace Corps he became an executive chef, working in country clubs and corporate dining establishments for over 40 years. He now works as a culinary instructor at Virginia College. When not cooking, Greg enjoys reading, gardening, and rooting for the Steelers.


Sally was born in Savannah where she and her husband met through the Episcopal Church. She attended Mary Baldwin College and graduated from the University of Georgia. Sally was ordained in 2000 and is passionate about prison ministry and sharing God’s Word with others.

Sally is married to Stephen and they have a son Matthew and a daughter Mary. They love life on the water and enjoy being with friends and family.


Steve was born in Columbia, MS, and graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi. He was ordained a deacon in 2013. Steve is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Whitefield Foundation & Center. The Whitefield Foundation was incorporated in October 2013 for the purpose of “Transforming the Heart of the City One Life at a Time” in a small concentrated area (Thomas Square Neighborhood) through outcome based education programs and becoming a Resource Center to the Community.


Kirk is a native of Greenwich, Connecticut who has lived in Savannah since 1983. In addition to serving in Kairos Prison Ministry, he teaches a weekly Bible class at the Chatham County Detention Center. Kirk’s wife, Christina, is a Savannah native. They spend their summers in the Portland (Maine) area.

MARK K. WILLIAMS, Parish Musician

Mark has served as our Parish Musician since the fall of 1998. He is married to Tina, a master voice teacher, who runs a voice studio out the church. Originally hailing from Houston, Mark has served as a pastoral church musician, organist, and clinician for more than 40 years.  He completed his post-graduate studies in church music at Seattle Pacific University, where he also served on the music faculty. Because both his parents served in many roles of leadership in the church, Mark cannot remember a time when church, singing, and service to the Lord was not a part of his life. Mark also currently serves as the Chair of Provincial Music Task Force of the Anglican Church in North America and as the editor of the new ACNA hymnal.

CINDY MARSHALL, Associate Parish Musician

Cindy has served at CCA since 2002. She and her husband, John, live in Statesboro where they grow blueberries and muscadines. Cindy has also served as Staff Accompanist in the Department of Music at Georgia Southern University/Statesboro since 1997. Cindy and John have three adult children – Joseph, Jonathan and Amanda – and three grandchildren. Cindy came to faith in Christ as a very young child. She graduated from Bryan College where she studied music education as well as piano and organ.

Erin Macdonald, Children’s Ministry Coordinator

Erin and her husband Alec have been members of Christ Church Anglican since their marriage in 2018. She joined staff as Children’s Coordinator in 2020 after nearly a decade serving children as a teacher and soccer coach in public schools in Florida and Georgia.

Erin grew up the daughter of a Christian Chaplain in the US Army Special Forces, and learned to call many places home. She first communicated a personal understanding and acceptance of the Gospel as a toddler, and believes children have a unique role in the church both as learners and teachers. She is passionate about intergenerational discipleship, the centrality of the Gospel, and experiential learning.

As a graduate of Florida State University, where she studied Literature and Religion, Erin is a fan of FSU Football as well as St. Louis Blues Hockey. In her free time, Erin enjoys hiking with Alec and their dog Zephyr, reading both for entertainment and edification, pursuing opportunities for SCUBA diving, museum hopping with friends, making music, and tending her garden.

Calvin Detwiler, Youth Assistant

Calvin moved to the low country looking for spiritual renewal and found it through the clear gospel proclamation at Christ Church Anglican. He was raised in a godly home in Akron, Ohio and came to know Jesus as his Lord and Savior as a teenager.

As the assistant for youth ministry at Christ Church Anglican, he enjoys serving up a healthy dose of fun, thoughtful conversation and helps to facilitate the behind the scenes operations that make discipleship possible.

He is newly wed to his beloved wife, Alexia Lemaigre Detwiler. Together they enjoy spending their time cultivating friendships, raising chickens and catching sunshine at Tybee Island.

JOAN MALLEY, Financial Administrator

Joan joined the staff of Christ Church in 2006 and has now served in parish administration for over thirty years. Joan is married to Greg, a chef, and they have two daughters, Christina (married to Andrew), and Jessica. They have also been blessed with three grandchildren and delight in spending time with them. Joan loves to garden, knit, read and enjoy her husband’s cooking.

She graduated from Penn State University where she studied French and served as a Peace Corps English teacher in West Africa after marrying Greg in 1971. Joan, raised a Presbyterian, and Greg, a Roman Catholic, found their spiritual home in the Anglican Church and recommitted their lives to Christ in the early 1980s. In January 2018 she stepped back from full-time duties and now works part-time as our Financial Administrator.

KATIE BEAUMONT, Parish Life Administrator

Katie has attend Christ Church Anglican since 2009 and came on staff as the Parish Life Administrator in 2017. She oversees communications, managing the church office, and helping develop ministries and events. She loves teaching teens, exploring the outdoors, music, and travel. She and her husband, Brent, and their two children, Walker and Lauren, moved to Savannah in 2009.

Katie came to know the Lord as a child. She graduated from The Master’s College and completed her post-graduate studies in Christian Education from Reformed Theological Seminary. She has served on multiple church staffs in several capacities.

DEBBIE CELA, Digital Communications

Debbie manages the production of our digital communication platforms (website, eblast, Facebook and Instagram). In addition, she covers  the reception desk on the days Becky isn’t in the office. She loves a good cup of tea, beautiful gardens and the opportunity to re-purpose items giving them a second chance at life.

Debbie and her husband, Tony, live in Hardeeville, South Carolina. Sounds far, but it is just over the Bridge! Both joined the church in 2017, They enjoy being semi-retired and serving the Lord. She was blessed to be raised on Tybee Island and grew up in both the Catholic and Methodist communities on the island. After spending almost 20 years in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in the corporate Training and Development world, Debbie relocated to South Carolina, married Tony and retired in 2016.  All her babies live in Texas. She is “Mom” to her daughter Laura, and “Mou” to three precious grandchildren: Owen, Colin and Claire.

Angela Childress, Receptionist

Angela serves as the receptionist in the church office. Anytime she is not answering phone calls or the doorbell, she is diligently pursuing a relationship with the printer and is determined to become fast friends.  When not at work, she enjoys time with her family and friends, heading to the beach as often as possible and singing. She has been a member of the Compline choir since 2012.

Angela grew up in a Christian home, here in Savannah, and is grateful that God took hold of her heart as a young child. She married her High School sweetheart, John. After graduating from Georgia Southern University and teaching High School for 5 years, Angela achieved her life’s goal of becoming a fulltime wife and mother to their 5 children.  With all 5 now young adults, she is enjoying the opportunity to serve God’s church and will happily share pictures and videos of their first grandchild with anyone who asks.