The Reverend Stephan Klingelhofer, Priest Associate
Father Stephan grew up outside Washington, D.C., attended Yale, Duke Law School, and Virginia Seminary. He practiced law, and later served parishes in Washington D.C., and Michigan. He is Past President and Senior Counsel of the International Center for Non-for-Profit Law in Washington, D.C., a center to assist developing countries in establishing laws for the nonprofit sector. .
The Very Reverend Henry M. Sabetti III, Rector
Father Henry began as Rector here in September of 2010. With a B.A. in Rhetoric from Wabash College and a MSW in Social Work from Indiana University, his career began as a Clinical Social Worker and Therapist working in the fields of Chemical Dependency Treatment, Counseling and Alcohol/Drug Awareness and Acute Care Psychiatry. Father Sabetti graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary in 1998 and served as Curate, Chaplain and Executive Director, and Rector for churches in Kansas and Maryland before arriving at Shrewsbury. He is Dean of the Northern Convocation of Episcopal Churches in the Diocese of Easton and serves on the Commission on Ministry, the Camp Wright Board of Directors, and the Diocesan Recovery Committee. Father Henry is married to Lisa, who is a Practice Administrator with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Odenton, Maryland.
The Reverend Dr. Thomas Sinnott, Hispanic Missioner
Father Thomas is a Lutheran Pastor and is licensed for ministry in the Diocese of Easton. Since 2003 he has been Shrewsbury's Missioner for Outreach to the Hispanic community. He has served as Assistant to the Bishop, parish Pastor and Executive Director of Heron Point Retirement Community in Chestertown, Maryland. He has a Doctorate of Ministry from New York Theological Seminary.