Our priests bring a passion for the Lord.
As a priest, and the rector of St. Augustine's, Fr. Kevin Maney helps members of the congregation to identify our gifts and to use them in ministries for the Kingdom of God. In his sermons, Fr. Kevin seeks to make God's Word in Scripture relevant to the challenges in our lives today. You can find a copy of sermons and meditations on his blog, The Anglican Priest.
Fr. Kevin has a Ph.D. in Educational Technology from the University of Toledo, and he taught at the high school and college level for over 30 years. He completed his studies for a Diploma in Anglican Studies at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA, and did his coursework almost entirely online. He was ordained as a transitional deacon in the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA) on February 9, 2008 and as a priest in CANA on May 1, 2008. He is now a priest for the new parish plant, St. Augustine's Anglican Church in Columbus, OH, part of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes and the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA).
One of Fr. Kevin's gifts is teaching; he has a wry sense of humor; and he loves the Lord and pastoring His people. Come meet Fr. Kevin this Sunday at St. Augustine's Anglican.
Associate Priest, Fr. Ron Feister, was ordained a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church in the spring of 1983 and ordained a priest in the Western Orthodox Church in February, 1988. Fr. Ron has recently completed a course in Anglican Studies through Laud Hall Theological Seminary.
Fr. Ron has served as a chaplain in the Civil Air Patrol (U.S. Air Force Aux.) for many years as well as now serving as an associate priest at St. Augustine’s.
Fr. Ron, a bi-vocational priest, is also a practicing attorney.
Associate Priest, Fr. Philip Sang, loves the Lord and His people. He has a passion for the Lord to see the African community fellowship with the American community as brothers and sisters in the Lord.
Fr. Philip Sang has a Master’s degree in Religion from Emmanuel Christian Seminary TN, Degree in Bible and Theology from African Theological Seminary Kitale Kenya, and Certificate in Anglican studies from St. Paul’s Theological College- Kapsabet Kenya. He worked as a Bible Translator for 10 years and completed the New Testament translation into Marakwet, the language of Kenya. He was ordained as a transitional deacon in the Anglican Church of Kenya, Diocese of Kenya on August 31, 2008 and made priest on December 27, 2009. He served as a curate in Tot Missionary Area in Diocese of Kitale Kenya and as a student he served at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Johnson City, TN diocese of East Tennessee.
As a servant Fr. Philip seeks to help the church think beyond borders and reach out to the unreached with the love of God.