Meet Our Staff & Vestry

Father Andrew Heyes (Rector)

Fr. Andrew Heyes

Rector
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Fr. Andrew Heyes was born and raised in the North West of England. He began attending church when he was 14 due to joining a Church of England youth organization then known as the Church Lads’ Brigade.

He left school at 16 to begin working and training as an Architectural Technician. Meanwhile, as a hobby, he was lead singer and lead guitarist in a local rock band. He eventually attended college to earn an honors degree in Theology & Religious Studies, and then undertook post-graduate studies in theology that led to his ordination in the Church of England.

After working in parishes in England, Fr. Andrew was called to serve at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church, Tampa, where he began his current ministry in November 2006.

Fr. Andrew has a number of hobbies: he continues to play guitar, loves electronics, reads widely, loves all things Apple Mac (except the price), and wants to adopt a dog that isn’t smarter than him. His dog, Winston, says: “Four out of five ain’t bad”.

Most often heard saying: “There are no such things as coincidences – only God-incidences”.

Fr. Andrew became an American citizen in 2013. He is still working on the language.

Nursery Dirctor

Ruth Starr

Nursery Director

Ruth Jean “Maw” Starr.  Has been an Episcopalian for over 66 years and a caregiver for almost the same length of time. She has served as the Jr. Warden, Sr. Warden, Treasurer, and Secretary at various churches.  Most often, though, she prefers to be in  Sunday School or The Nursery.  Her education was focused on childcare and child development.  She and her youngest daughter have owned a Christian Day Care for years.  Children are her life’s work and her greatest joy. She considers all children to be like her own grandchildren. That is one of the reasons she prefers “Ms. Maw” to any other name as she considers herself Grandma to all. The children in her care know they are loved and adored.  They also know that Ms. Maw expects excellent behavior, good manners, and kindness to others.  From the tiniest infants well into adulthood, the children may leave her classroom but to them she will always be “Ms. Maw”.

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Teresa Mack

Senior Warden
  • Rector’s Warden
  • Oversees Vestry
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David Robinson

Junior Warden
  • People’s Warden
  • Oversees General Upkeep of Building and Grounds
  • Webmaster
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Johnette Robinson

Administration
  • Supports Rector and Parish Secretary
  • Liaison for Required Administrative Tasks
  • General Memorial Fund
  • Memorial Gifts
  • Server’s Schedule
  • Parish Calendar Events
  • Oversees Leasing of Office Equipment

BJ Hartshorne

Christian Formation & Worship
  • Altar Guild
  • Acolytes
  • Subdeacons
  • Lectors
  • Intercessors
  • Ushers
  • Flowers

 

  • Choir
  • Music
  • Handbells
  • Congregational Input
  • Licensed Ministers
  • Musical Events
  • Prayer Groups
  • Children’s Christian Education
  • Vocational Development
  • Diocesan Mandated Education: Documents and Developments
  • Adult continuing Christian Education
  • Bible Studies
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Kevin Frankenberg

Communications
  • Event Publication
  • Brochures and Handouts
  • Television in Parish Hall
  • Bulletin Boards
  • Social Media

Betty Akoli

Fundraising
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Kit Ingalls

Editorial Content

Jerry Dillehay

Outreach

The purpose of the Outreach Commission is to extend the reach of St. Clement’s beyond its walls and to touch the lives of others with the love of God. It also enables the work of other Christian and charitable projects in the community: locally, nationally and internationally.  In so doing, it gives parishioners a variety of opportunities to serve others. It is funded either by a budget line item, by specific parish fund-raising activities or by volunteering time and talents.

The Outreach Commission’s work involves ensuring that the parish targets needs appropriately, seeks new opportunities to serve the needs of others, and does so looking to use the available resources to the best advantage. This also involves seeing if the parish can do things better, smarter and with greater impact while achieving the widest awareness by communicating what we do effectively.

Donna Chandler / Steve Baker

Hospitality
  • Homebound Members
  • Blessing of the Animals
  • Coffee Hour
  • Flower Delivery
  • Episcopal Church Women
  • Daughters of the King
  • Garden Group
  • Nursery Services
  • Sermons on CD
  • Telephone Ministry
  • Transportation
  • Annual Parish Meeting Luncheon
  • Lenten Soup Suppers
  • Veteran’s Day Luncheon
  • Friday Night Crafters
  • Safeguarding Gods People

Vicki Jackson

Vestry Liaison / Parish Coordinator

Karen Western

Worship Development

Natalie Watson

Youth Ministry

Peter Mack

Treasurer
  • Oversees Monthly/Annual Budget
  • Parish Financial Oversight
  • Develops Annual Budget
  • Oversees Parish Investments and Endowments
  • Prepares Parish Pledge Statements