Clergy & Staff
The Rev. Cristopher Robinson
Father Cristopher joined St. Francis in August 2012. He's sure to provide something for this space as soon as he unpacks all his boxes.
Michelle has been our Parish Administrator since July 2010. She enjoys scrapbooking, reading, and spending time with her family (husband, two boys (another/last baby on the way), a dog, and lots of extended family and friends). Her background is in non-profit organizations (degree in Family Studies from Texas Tech University), and she and her family are active parishioners seeking to help St. Francis grow in the community and as a church. Her favorite color is purple.
Drew has been a part of our St. Francis Choir since November 2009, where he initially served as the tenor section leader in the choir. He became our Director of Music Ministries in November 2010. He works on a weekly basis with both the praise team and the choir. Drew recently completed his undergraduate degree in Music Education from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and plans on continuing his education by beginning work on his Master's of Music in Choral Conducting in the Spring of 2011. He has studied with Dr. Diana Allen for voice and Dr. John Silantien for conducting. In his spare time, he enjoys going to live music concerts, working out, and singing karaoke.
Paul Lundy has been a part of the St. Francis staff since 2011. We are blessed to have such a gifted and talented musician amongst us.
Brenda Williams-Perry takes great care of our nursery children, ages 3 and under, every Sunday while parents attend church services and Sunday school. She loves spending time with the babies, so much so that she owns her own daycare. We are blessed to have her on staff.
Linda Stiles has been taking care of the children of St. Francis for 10 years now! We are blessed to have someone so committed on our staff and who loves all of our children so much.
Hilltop Herald Editor/Volunteer
Holly Zook is a long-time member of St. Francis, helping in any capacity necessary. Her current role (and one she has done for almost 15 years) as a parishioner is as the Editor of our church newsletter, The Hilltop Herald. She currently serves on the Altar Guild, Chairman of the Renaissance Faire Guild, hosts on many occasions the Second Tuesday Readers group, and is a member of the Flower Guild, and is a volunteer in the church office. But this is just what she does currently!
Cornell Lowery has been with St. Francis for over a year as our Custodian. He makes sure our church shines for our Sunday services and our facilities are always clean and welcoming.
Phil Barrera has been with St. Francis for under a year, but has become an integral part of our maintenance upkeep. Always with a cheerful attitude, even when falling through ceilings, he helps to maintain our 50 year old church property.