Greg was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1957. He was raised Roman Catholic, and lived in the city of Pittsburgh with his parents and three siblings until the age of 12. He then moved “to the suburbs”, and eventually began attending Young Life, a non-denominational Christian outreach for High School students. It was his involvement in Young Life that would cause him to come to know Jesus as Savior and Lord, and eventually have a major impact in leading Greg to full time ministry.
He attended college at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring initially in Chemical Engineering. However, he became a Young Life volunteer leader, and part-time youth minister, and would eventually change his major to Religious Studies and Philosophy and move toward joining the Episcopal Church.
Following graduation from college, Greg married Meredith, also a Young Life volunteer leader (as well as Young Life staff), whom he met while they were working together in youth ministry. Several years later, he attended Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry.
Greg has served as an assistant at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania; as associate at Christ Church, San Antonio, Texas; and has been Rector of St. Luke’s on Hilton Head Island since 1992. Greg and Meredith have been married for thirty-three years, and have three children: Bethany, 27; Daniel, 24; and Aaron, 22. He enjoys his family, golf (in reality, most sports: recreational, or spectator!), reading, and playing guitar.
Nathan was born in Brainerd, Minnesota in 1979 but moved to south Texas at the age of three. While in Texas, Nathan’s parents separated and he moved with his dad to Wisconsin where he lived during the school year; the summers were spent with his mom in Texas. Nathan was very involved in youth group both in Texas and in Wisconsin. Out of those church commitments during high school came a calling to serve the Lord in full-time ministry.
After high school, he joined the Army National Guard, serving the first seven years as a Chaplain Assistant and the last two years as a Chaplain. During that same period, Nathan started college in 1998 at Atlanta Christian College (now Point University), in East Point, Georgia, spending his second year of undergrad at UW Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. While at UW Oshkosh, he was very involved in Campus Crusade for Christ. Eventually, Nathan graduated from Atlanta Christian in 2003 with a B.S. in Biblical Studies with a concentration in preaching.
At ACC, Nathan met his wife Rebecca. They married in the summer of 2003 and moved to Johnson City, Tennessee to attend seminary at Emmanuel Christian Seminary, where he gained a Master of Divinity. In the course of his studies, Nathan and Rebecca began to feel God’s calling into a more historical and liturgical church.
So after graduation in 2007, Nathan and Rebecca moved to Savannah, Georgia (Rebecca’s hometown) and began attending Christ Church Anglican. At Christ Church, Nathan began a discernment process for holy orders and was ordained a priest in February of 2013. He was called to St. Luke’s Church in May of 2013.
Nathan and Rebecca have three children- Liam, Oliver and Luke. Nathan enjoys reading, fishing, and hunting.
Born in Worcester, MA, Kathie grew up in Holden, MA., was baptized a Methodist, confirmed a Lutheran, and confirmed an Episcopalian. She has been a Christian since her very early teens.
Kathie earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Elementary Education with a specialty in Early Childhood from Worcester State College, and an Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University. She also graduated from the Diaconate Training Program in the Diocese of South Carolina.
Kathie married Bill Phillips in 1964 and they have three children and eleven grandchildren. During their marriage, they have lived in Holden, MA, Oxen Hill, MD, Vietnam, Holden, MA, Camberly, Surry, England, Holden, MA, Hendersonville, NC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Worcester, MA, Bangkok, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Hilton Head Island, SC.
She has taught in public, private and Christian schools here in the United States and overseas. Started one school and was the Director for two Christian preschools, one in Hendersonville and the other here at St. Luke’s. She spent several years in retail sales, first as a Sales Manager and then as Human Resource Manager. When no teaching positions were available and she was a partner in a small women’s clothing store for a year, she moved with her family to Malaysia. She worked as the Business Manager at All Saint’s Episcopal Church in Worcester and as Parish Secretary here at St Luke’s.
Kathie was ordained to the Vocational Diaconate in the Diocese of South Carolina and serves here at St. Luke’s. She is a missionary with Global Teams in the area of Member Care for Missionaries and as a Regional Mobilization Coordinator.
Hey, My name is the Rev. Deacon Martha Horn and I came to St. Luke’s for a season of discernment to the priesthood in 2013. I am a graduate from Trinity School for Ministry with a Masters of Divinity degree. My passion is Jesus Christ and sharing the gospel message to all who will listen. My calling in ministry concerns discipleship, teaching and preaching, pastoral care, and healing ministry. I am a native of Charleston, SC and am married to the Rev. Robert Horn who is the Priest-in-Charge in Barnwell at The Church of the Holy Apostles. I have two children: Legare who is in her 30’s and my sweetness, Alexandra her daughter. My son Joseph Robert Horn IV went to be with his Lord August 29, 1999. He was 18 years old and quite the evangelist!! Robert and I live in Ridgeland, SC. I am blessed and honored to be at St. Luke’s serving the Lord Jesus and His precious people.