Alexis K. Stephens

I have spent a large part of my life in the Charlottesville area and would imagine we may have been in the same check out lines once upon a time.  My physical residence is now in Waynesboro, VA; however, my spirit will never leave Charlottesville.  Charlottesville is home to my childhood...

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Michelle Ryan

I am happy to be joining your church team as a nursery attendant. I have been working with children for 20 years! I have an early childhood education and human service degree. I am a graduate of Old Dominion University. My greatest accomplishment is my two children. Chad is almost...

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Alice McKenna President

Alice McKenna moved to Charlottesville and joined St. Mark in 2017.  Before that she lived in Northern Virginia for over 30 years where she served the Federal Government as an attorney specializing in open-Government laws, and was an active member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Fairfax.   Alice’s activities outside of...

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Carla Moody

With thirty years of experience in early childhood education, Carla is well known in the Charlottesville community as a passionate and dedicated master teacher. Since earning her degree in early childhood education from the University of Northern Colorado, Carla has successfully managed childcare centers in Texas, Colorado and Virginia. Her career...

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Kristi Van Doorn

Kristi says “It is a joy and privilege for these past 25 years to serve St. Mark Lutheran Church as the Organist, Choir Director, and Director of Music Ministry. I love the music of the church and its long history and I delight in the reading and study of scripture...

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Pastor Viktoria Parvin

Viktória H. Parvin was born in Communist-controlled Hungary when Christianity was still strongly discouraged by the government. Her parents were not religious because it would have negatively affected their family’s access to employment and education. But her grandmother, who was a history teacher with a broader view of Hungary’s past,...

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