Clergy and Staff

The Right Reverend Chandler (Chad) Holder Jones, SSC.

The Most Reverend Chandler (Chad) Holder Jones, SSC

Bishop Chandler Holder Jones

The Most Reverend Chandler (Chad) Holder Jones, SSC

The Most Reverend Chandler Holder Jones SSC is Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Eastern United States and Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Province of America.

A native of Surry County, North Carolina, and a graduate of Emory and Henry College (BA) and Duke University Divinity School (MDiv), with graduate studies at Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC, he has been priested for twenty-five years and has served congregations in Virginia, Maryland, Florida, and Georgia. He has also studied English literature at Exeter College, University of Oxford, England and Anglican history at the King’s School, Canterbury Cathedral. A convert to the Continuing Anglican Church movement, he has been a Continuing Anglo-Catholic for over thirty years. He was consecrated to the Episcopate as Bishop Suffragan of the Diocese in 2010 and was elected Bishop Coadjutor in 2019. He will become Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese in July 2021. He has been married for twenty-one years to Megan Baskwill Jones - together they have four children.

Father Daniel Trout

The Very Rev'd. Daniel Stephen Trout
Rector & Dean

  • rector@stbarnabasatl.org

  • +1 (321) 262-8779

The Very Rev'd Daniel Trout is the fifth rector of St. Barnabas and the church's first dean as the pro-cathedral of the Diocese of the Eastern United States.

Father Daniel is a convert to Anglo-Catholicism from the Baptist Tradition and first entered the Continuing Anglican Church sixteen years ago. A native of the Philadelphia area and a graduate of Clearwater Christian College with degrees in History and Theology (B.A., 2003) and of Reformed Theological Seminary with a dual degree in Theology and Philosophy (M.A., 2007), he has been priested for thirteen years and served congregations in Florida and Georgia. Father Daniel is also a teacher, and has instructed in both Classical Christian Schools, as well as in the parochial and diocesan high schools of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orlando 2013-2017.

Apart from his ministry at St. Barnabas, Father Daniel enjoys a wide variety of hobbies including: cooking, reading medieval literature, exercising, hunting and fishing, watching sports and patroning the spectrum of fine art shows and exhibitions with his wife of 13 years, Anita.

Father Daniel is responsible for the pastoral care of the people of the cathedral, and he warmly encourages you to meet him as he conducts his parish duties, including the Sunday & weekday liturgies or the Thursday evening Anglican Scripture Study Series. He is usually at the parish office Tuesday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Very Rev'd Daniel Stephen Trout

Dr. John Marsh (Photo Forthcoming)

Dr. John Marsh

Dr. John Marsh
Organist & Choirmaster

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  • +1 (713) 206-8896

John Marsh began his musical training studying piano with his aunt, Rosa Weikel. He earned the Bachelor of Music degree from Indiana University, and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from Rice University. 

A Texas resident for 30 years, Dr. Marsh previously served for nineteen years as Organist & Choirmaster at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, Houston, currently the largest Episcopal church in the U.S. During his tenure as chair of the Church Music Commission of the Diocese of Texas, a Children's Choir Camp and the LPM program (The Leadership Program for Musicians - a continuing education program targeting church musicians and worship leaders) were begun.  He led planning and music for The Right Rev. Claude E. Payne’s Enthronement as Bishop of Texas in 1993, and The Right Rev. Leopoldo Alard as Bishop Suffragan in 1995. Dr. Marsh is a member of the Bailey School of Music faculty at Kennesaw State University.

Deacon Bill Wall

The Reverend Mr. Bill Wall
Deacon

Bill Wall is from a small town in Texas.  He joined the Navy after high school and was trained in aircraft navigation and communication systems.  For the next 50 years, he worked on corporate and commercial airplanes and helicopters moving from Texas to Florida to North Carolina and eventually to Atlanta.  It was in North Carolina, at St. John’s Anglican Church in Greensboro, that he felt a calling to serve the Lord.  He was ordained a permanent Deacon on February 29, 2020 here at St. Barnabas.

In 2018, after the death of his wife Cinda in 2016, he and Charlene Ponder began visiting during coffee hour between the two Masses and were married on January 12, 2019. 

The Reverend Mr. Bill Wall, Deacon St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Atlanta Georgia

The Reverend Mr. Bill Wall, Deacon

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