Father Will McQueen


A life-long Anglican and former Episcopalian, Will McQueen was born in Enterprise, Alabama, but considers Montgomery to be home.  After graduating from The Georgia Institute of Technology in 1994, Father McQueen worked for Alabama Power and Georgia Power in marketing and engineering.  In 2002, Fr. McQueen earned an MBA from Georgia Southern, and left Georgia Power in 2004 to pursue a calling to the priesthood.

Father McQueen holds a Master of Divinity degree from the St Luke’s School at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee.  He served his curacy at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Thomasville, Georgia.  In 2009, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Moultrie, Georgia, extended a call to Fr. McQueen to be their tenth rector.  St. John’s remained in The Episcopal Church until July 2012, when Fr. McQueen and all the members of St. John’s departed to form St. Mark’s Anglican Church in the Anglican Church in North America.  On Palm Sunday 2022, Fr. McQueen joined the founding members of Church of the Resurrection for their inaugural service.   

Fr. McQueen met his wife, the former Robyn Ford, at Camp McDowell in 1987 and the two were married in 1994.  The McQueen’s have two children – William, IV and Sarah Kathryn.

Archbishop Mark Haverland

Archbishop of the Anglican Catholic Church

Archbishop Mark Haverland is a graduate of Kenyon College with a bachelor’s degree in political science.  He earned an MA in Roman Catholic theology from Duquesne University, and a Ph.D. in religion from Duke University. During the course of his studies, he received a Richard Weaver Fellowship from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and a James B. Duke Fellowship from Duke University. 

Ordained to the priesthood in 1982, he served for twenty-four years as rector of St. Stephen’s Church, in Athens, Georgia.  In 1998, the then Father Haverland was elected and consecrated as Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the South, succeeding the late William O. Lewis. At the XVI Provincial Synod in 2005, he was elected to succeed the retiring John Charles Vockler as Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Anglican Catholic Church.

Bishop Paul Hewett


Bishop Hewett has primary pastoral responsibility in the parish, and oversees all aspects of the church’s life and ministry. A native of New England, he has served and planted numerous parishes around the United States and the United Kingdom, and has been the Rector, or Pastor, of the Church of the Epiphany, since 2010.