CLERGY AND STAFF

 

Gene Prince, Rector

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Gene came into Anglicanism in 2010 after serving as a pastor for many years in another denomination.  He was ordained to the Anglican Priesthood in May, 2011. He became Rector of Resurrection Anglican Church in June of 2012.  He holds a B.S. degree from Houston Baptist University and a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He has served on the Standing Committee of the Anglican Diocese of the South and serves as the Dean of the West Georgia Convocation in ADOTS as well.  He has been in pastoral ministry for over 35 years.  Gene has been married to Carol for 38 years.  They have 5 children and 5 grandchildren who all live in the metro Atlanta area.  


Frank Busbey, Assisting Priest

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Frank is a husband, father, grandfather, priest and psychotherapist. He serves Christ at Resurrection as an assisting priest leading the prayer ministry, assisting in teaching, preaching, Sunday morning liturgy and pastoral care & counseling. He and his wife, Diane, are raising 3 of their 9 grandchildren.  Frank holds Masters degrees in Religion and Professional counseling. His day job is as the lead clinician at Highland Rivers Health in Canton, GA. In his spare time he enjoys family time, reading, playing guitar, photography, and spoiling his dogs, Puggles and Sarah.


Sandi Harding, Deacon

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Sandi moved to the Atlanta area almost 20 years ago following a call, as a Registered Nurse, to work within the Faith community encouraging the Church in her role of whole-person health. Employed through a hospital/church partnership, with a focus on healing of the body, soul and spirit, she sought her own spiritual development in the Anglican Church. This eventually led to a 2- year mission in Rwanda, working through the National Anglican Office of Health and HIV/AIDS. RAC was founded during this time and supported her through prayer and finances.

Upon returning Sandi became active in leadership roles within Resurrection Anglican; continues to  consult  with churches and medical professionals  interested in cross-cultural relationships and wholistic care; and serves in the local non-profit community. In 2015 she was ordained a Deacon in the Anglican Church of North America. She has 3 grown children, now also living in the Atlanta area, and 10 grandchildren.


Jonathan Waldroup, Director of Music

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Jonathan has been passionate about music since he was a child, and has been helping lead worship music since he was in middle school. He first became a music director during college at a small Baptist church outside Athens, GA, and then after having come to Anglicanism, he again served as music director at Church of the Ascension (ACNA) in Arlington, VA. He is married to his wife Ashley of almost 10 years, and they have two young children. In his day job, he does finance for Kimberly-Clark Corp. in Roswell.


Ron Hooks, Verger & Ministry Trainer

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Ron grew up in south Florida and came to Christ in The Episcopal Church. He was later ordained as a deacon and priest in The Episcopal Church where he served for 28 years. He was a Curate at St. John's in Homestead, Florida and an Associate at Church of the Redeemer in Sarasota, Florida before becoming the 2nd vicar of Church of the Ascension in Orlando. He served as the Dean of the School for Deacons at The Institute of Christian Studies in Orlando and on the Commission on Ministry and the Standing Committee of Central Florida.  He has  been  married to Pam since 2010 and they have a combined family of 7 children and 7 grandchildren with 1 on the way in April.