The Rev. Caroline Hines
Prior to attending seminary Caroline worked for twenty years as a Master's level child and youth psychologist in Western North Carolina. The Tamworth area reminds her of that part of the country, and it is already feeling like home. Though she grew up in the South, she considers herself a transplanted New Englander.
Debra began at St. Andrew's in June, 2006. She came to St. Andrews with a background in Administration & Bookkeeping and maintains her Notary Public and Justice of the Peace licenses for NH. She enjoys keeping the parish updated with the ever-changing technology that keeps her challenged. She currently shares her time with All Saints Episcopal Church in Wolfeboro as their Parish Administrator. Deb lives in Center Ossipee and enjoys gardening, creative outlets and outdoor activities with her husband, Ken and their puggle, Shelby.
Bernice Thompson has been blessing the parish
with her musical talent on the organ and piano since February, 2006.
Sara joined the staff of St. Andrew's in May, 2016. She keeps the building polished and clean in between her busy hours at Jakes Seafood and working other cleaning gigs. Her school-aged daughter, Lillian, keeps her busy. They enjoy taking walks with their dog, Ebby and cooking together.
Patti is currently serving a 2 year term on the Vestry but has also been a Vestry member in the past as well as having served as Clerk. She as been a part of St. Andrew's since 1996. She and her husband, George, are a long standing cook team for Dinner Bell. She is Lector, a member of the Choir and serves on Altar Guild and Stewardship Committee. In her leisure time, Patti loves to hike, kayak, garden and read. She is also involved with OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) and the Madison Library.
Bob enjoys taking in the natural beauty of New Hampshire with hiking in his spare time.
Jen works full time for a Lakes Region Municipality, and few part time gigs for fun, one of her favorite being an Ambassador / Welcomer at the local ski area, King Pine.
She is involved in Community Dinners known as “Dinner Bell” hosted weekly at St. Andrews, and helps organize our annual festive Christmas Dinner that is open to all. She is a member of the internal audit committee and Hobart engineer for food events.
Jennifer and Tom are proud parents to three active and busy teenagers, two Goats and 21 chickens.
Sammie is a long time faithful servant of St. Andrew’s. She is a leader in Altar Guild as well as serving in the many ministry assignments of the church. She has been a long time participant on the Vestry in its many roles and is a “go-to” for most all questions of St. Andrew’s.
She enjoys the gratification of her dedicated outreach ministry to Eleanore’s Project, an outreach that provides wheelchairs for disabled children in Peru that is supported as well by St. Andrew's.
Pat joined the Vestry in 2016. Even though she has been coming to St. Andrew's for a number of years with her husband David, a long time Episcopalian, she was formally received into the church in May, 2016. She served on the Stewardship committee for the first time in the Fall of 2016, which helped her learn more about the inner workings of the parish and what it takes to function as a viable church community. She serves as the Search Committee liaison with the Vestry. When she is not with her St. Andrew's family, she loves traveling in their motor home, spending time with children and grandchildren, enjoying hobbies of reading and knitting, and spending time outdoors in this beautiful state that we live in.Kaitlyn has grown up as member of St. Andrew's. She serves as Acolyte, Eucharistic Minister and Lector and has served many years as the youth delegate at Diocesan Convention. This is her first term on Vestry. She takes part volunteering for activities and has shared her acting skills in a part or two in the Murder Mystery Dinners.