Paul Seaton, Missioner for Stewardship and Evangelism
Paul Seaton is a native of Chattanooga, TN, a graduate of the University of North Carolina, and a Vietnam Veteran who applied for a volunteer position at Memorial in 2007 after retiring from a 33 year career in the field of international health. Paul has worked in several African countries and developed a successful international health fellowship program at Johns Hopkins which he directed for 20 years. Paul re-joined organized religion in 1993 after his first visit to Memorial and has served our community in many ways since then. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becky Clark, Missioner for Worship
Becky is a native Baltimorean and a cradle Episcopalian. She came to Memorial more than 30 years ago after about 10 years of church-free living, and immediately felt at home. Since then she has been involved in almost everything at least once—acolytes, parish dinners, rummage sales, stewardship, food pickup from the Giant, vestry and a host of committees. Her real call is to the Altar Guild. Her recent retirement from The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, where she was a data analyst for 38 years, gives her even more time to be at Memorial and help in whatever capacity, particularly with worship.
Bev Sanderson, Missioner for Christian Formation for Children
Participating in Christian Formation is a wonderful way for me to nurture my continued passion for teaching, now that I am a retired school teacher. A variety of experiences including teaching in early childhood Montessori education (18 mos – 5 years) , middle school, as well as special education (high school level, emotional/behaviorial and learning disabilities have brought me to this moment in time. Currently, I am volunteering in an ESOL program with Korean and Chinese adults. As a parent, I have raised a young child in a church setting and taught Sunday school (K – 4th) and worked with youth groups and Church hour programs. I enjoy keeping in touch on a regular basis with all of the wonderful people with whom I taught Sunday school and youth programs – for it is really the rich relationships that we build in Christian context that nurtures a lifelong faith. I remember how I wanted the best for my daughter, Cara, 27 who is an engineer expecting her first child. The cycle begins anew. I am a member of the EFM program and nurture my faith through prayer , Bible Study and dialoging with Christian friends. I am excited for this year to begin – getting to know you better and learning what is the very best we can provide for our Children in Christian Formation. Shalom, Bev Sanderson