Clergy & Staff
The Reverend Canon Jonathan Huyck (firstname.lastname@example.org), Rector
Jonathan Huyck became the 21st rector of Grace Church on August 1, 2010. He holds degrees from Brown, the University of Chicago Divinity School and the General Theological Seminary and is an honorary canon of the American Cathedral in Paris, where he served as canon pastor for six years before coming to Grace. He was born in New York City and raised in New York and Connecticut. Before his ordination to the priesthood in 2004, he was a comedy writer in New York and is still loyal to the American League baseball team of that city which shall remain nameless. He also loves the Beatles, cooking (Georgian food, especially), singing, and old buildings (Providence does very well on that score).
Meredith “Champ” Cooley, Facilities Manager
Champ (as everyone calls him) was born in Skowhegan, Maine, and is married to Gail. His favorite hobby being a DJ at Riverbend Campgrounds in Connecticut.
Polly Daly, Senior Warden
Bill Galligan, Junior Warden
Laurie DiBattista, Treasurer
Melody Ennis Jimps Jean-Louis Joshua Klemp Christine Pulciani
Bill Galligan Marc Schrank Polly Daly Ryan Weimer
Sandra Reed Dwayne Keys Liz Wheeler
Diocese of Rhode Island
“Live in Christ, transform the world” is the mission statement of The Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, which consists of approximately 60 Episcopal churches. The Bishop of the Diocese is the Rt. Rev. W. Nicholas Knisely, who was consecrated as the 13th Bishop of Rhode Island on November 17, 2012.
The Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Church is made up of between 2 million and 3 million worshipers in about 7,500 congregations across the United States and related dioceses outside the U.S. The Episcopal Church is based on New York City, and the current Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church is the Most Reverend Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schori.
The Anglican Communion
The Episcopal Church represents the United States in the Anglican Communion, which is made up of more than 85 million worshipers in 44 regional and national member churches around the globe in more than 160 countries. The center of international Anglicanism is Canterbury, England, the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who current is the Most Reverend Justin Welby.