Meet Our Staff

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The Rev. David Pucik


Fr. David became the Rector of St. Mark's in early 2019. He has lived in Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Arkansas, Colorado, and South Carolina. He was ordained a Baptist pastor in 2007, and became an Anglican priest in 2013. As a priest, he most enjoys helping people to find Christ in the Scriptures, as well as in the events of their lives.

Fr. David is married to Kristen, and they have two sons, Cal and Nate. In his free time, Fr. David enjoys playing chess, and writing and performing folk and Americana music.

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Brandt Sims


When our church runs smoothly, it’s because of Jordan Parker. Handling a huge number of responsibilities and tasks, Jordan Parker is one of our most prominent team members.

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Kenneth Collier


It’s never too early to get in touch with God. Taylor Quill is our Church Manager and is a critical part of making our congregation great. Come get spiritually uplifted after one visit with Taylor Quill.

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Cody Harbuck

Summer Intern

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Our Vestry

The Vestry is a committee of parishioners elected by members of St. Mark's. They determine the church's budget, manage finances, and serve as an advisory council for the Rector, who serves as the Vestry's chairperson.

Bud Beaty

Senior Warden

Pete Dillard

Junior Warden

David Smith

1st Year, Secretary

Brandt Sims

1st Year

Tom Holman

2nd Year

Sean Ladson

2nd Year

Diane Moore


Our Bishop

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The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach

Archbishop and Diocesan Bishop

Archbishop Beach is the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South, headquartered just outside of Atlanta, GA. He was elected the Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America on June 22, 2014.

Archbishop Beach is a graduate of Georgia State University, the University of the South, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He began his ministry by serving teenagers through Young Life. Prior to his consecration as a bishop, he planted and led Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia.