Fr. Shawn McCain
Rector (Lead Priest)
Shawn is the founding rector of Resurrection. Upon completing an M.Div at Fuller Theological Seminary, he was ordained to the Deaconate in 2011, and the Priesthood in 2012. He married his high school sweetheart, Michelle, in 2004 and they have six kids: Mateo, Maddison, Aubri, Braelyn, Emery and Elliott. Shawn is a member of the national leadership team for Always Forward, the Province's Anglican church planting initiative, has helped found a regional effort to plant churches, and is currently studying for a D.Min. at Nashotah House Theological Seminary on sacramental missiology.
Director of family
Lauren leads the family ministry at Resurrection. She recently moved from South Carolina with her husband, Seth. While in South Carolina, Lauren earned her B.S. in Biblical Studies and M.A. in Early Childhood and Elementary Education and has taught Pre-K through 2nd grade. She and Seth have been married for four years and have two sweet, active yellow labs.
Director of music
Nathan Reeder oversees the music and congregational singing at Resurrection. He earned an M.Div at Fuller Theological Seminary in 2007, is currently studying for an M.A. in Counseling at the Seminary of the Southwest and discerning a call to Holy Orders. He and Christy have been married for 14 years and have two children.
Director of Administration
Kristie oversees the administrative processes and functions of the church's life. After majoring in Political Science at James Madison University, she planned events in Washington, DC for several years. Working at Fortune 500 companies Microsoft and Nielsen challenged and inspired her to continue learning new technology and business processes. She is enjoying her transition from the corporate world to serving the Lord through Rez. Wife to Andrew, her favorite "job" has been mother to her three kids: Ben, Reed, and Claire.
The vestry is our elected group of leaders responsible for (1) protecting the vision of our church, (2) insuring its written values, (3) upholding our financial integrity, and (4) helping the rector accomplish this ministry.