Clergy & Staff
Ordained in Maryland as a deacon in 2008 and a priest in 2009, Pam came to the low country just as the diocesan separation took place in 2013. She attended six colleges, culminating in her graduation from a joint program from Cerritos College and the University of California at Los Angeles with a degree in Dental Hygiene in 1977. She worked for 20 years as a Registered Dental Hygienist. She and her husband, Jeff owned and operated an art gallery and custom framing business in northern Virginia concurrently. After several decades of active lay ministry, she entered seminary in Maryland in 2004. She served in Maryland as a hospital chaplain and led services at senior care centers as well as parish duties in two small parishes in rural Maryland.
Since her arrival in South Carolina, she has been active in the southern deanery and the diocese, serving at several churches and worshipping communities, both leading services, teaching and preaching as well as being a pastoral presence as requested. She has served on the Diocesan Council and currently on the Standing Committee. Although she enjoys preaching and celebrating, her focus has long been on the elderly, ill and isolated. She has experienced personally the joys of active participation in parish life and delights in helping others find the same.
She and her husband Jeff, have 2 sons and 4 grandchildren (2 boys and 2 girls). One son, Todd, lives in Portland, Oregon and the other son, Lee, in Waterford, Virginia.
Deacon - the Reverend Sandra Grant
Sandra "Sandy" Grant received a B.A. degree in Romance Languages and Literatures from Harvard University in 1965, a Ph.D. in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Connecticut in 1971, and an M.B.A. from Yale University in 1984.
Sandy taught Spanish language and literature at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut, for thirty-one years, where she met and married her husband, Kerry, a professor of mathematics. They retired and moved to Hilton Head Island in 2001, where Sandy has taught English to Latinos and Spanish to English-speakers. In 2005, she was ordained to the diaconate. Her current ministry is primarily to the elderly, especially those in nursing homes.
Deacon - The Reverend Kerry Jon Smith
Kerry Smith has a BS from the US Naval Academy, an MBA from George Mason University, and has completed the Education for Ministry and Clinical Pastoral Education certification programs. In his secular work he has served in the Navy on submarines, as a Government contractor, President of a systems integration company, President of a mental health agency in the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, a store owner in Annapolis and is presently serving as a Certified Energy Manager and Senior Market Lead with a worldwide energy management company.
Kerry was ordained as a vocational deacon in 2000. He served as the Archdeacon and Bishop's Deputy for Military Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Maryland, Civilian Episcopal Chaplain at the US Naval Academy and Deacon at St James' Parish as well as several other parish assignments in Southern Maryland.
Kerry's wife, Kelly, is a classically trained sculptor and artist.
All Saints Church is blessed to have the occasional services of retired clergy who live in our area and have volunteered to help out as celebrants, preachers, teachers and consultants. Currently, we count among these blessings:
The Reverend Cathy Brookman, Deacon, Diocese of Chicago
The Reverend George Moyser, Priest, Diocese of Vermont
The Reverend Jack Nietert, Priest, Diocese of Episcopal Church in S.C.
The Reverend Greg Prior, Priest, Diocese of Rhode Island
The Reverend Gordon Weller, Priest, Diocese of Michigan
The Reverend Woody Woodroofe, Priest, Diocese of Connecticut