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Clergy and Staff

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The Reverend Andrew Van Kirk


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The Rev. Andrew Van Kirk serves as Priest-in-Charge of St. Andrew's. He joined the staff as the Associate Rector in the fall of 2013, and he was named Priest-in-Charge in August 2017. Prior to coming to St. Andrew’s, he served as the Associate Rector at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Dallas. Father Andrew grew up in Dallas before attending Duke University (B.A. History and Computer Science) and Princeton Theological Seminary (MDiv, ThM – New Testament). In between institutions of higher education, he briefly wrote software for Amazon.com.

At a diocesan level Fr. Andrew serves as an instructor at the Stanton Center and is on the Board of Examining Chaplains. He and his wife Stephanie, who also has an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary, have three young children, Henry, Addie and Drew.

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Deacon Pam Fairley



The Rev. Pamela Fairley serves as Deacon at St. Andrew’s.  Pam and her husband Forrest have been members at St. Andrew’s since 2006 when they moved to McKinney from Cincinnati, Ohio.  She is a graduate of Xavier University in Cincinnati, where she earned her BSN.  Perceiving a call to the Diaconate she attended The Stanton Center for Ministry Formation, receiving her Diploma in Ministry in May, 2017 and was ordained as a Deacon of the Church in June 2017.  When not otherwise engaged in her hobby as a professional student, Pam has been employed in her first calling as a Registered Nurse.

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Benton Berghuis

Youth Minister


Benton has served as youth minister in Toms Ferry, Virginia for several years, but comes to us most recently from Duke Divinity School, where he graduated in May (as you can see in the picture) with a Masters of Divinity, concentrating in Christian Education. Benton's calling is to vocational youth ministry, and he comes highly recommended by his supervisors at Duke, both for youth ministry and for his curriculum and program development skills. Benton has recently relocated to the metroplex, and we're thrilled to have him pick up the work of building our youth program.

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Stephanie Van Kirk

Children and Family Minister


Stephanie heads up our Children and Family Ministry program. She's a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, where she completed a Masters of Divinity with a focus in Christian Education. She's also served as a children's minister and as a youth minister at Ascension in Dallas. Stephanie will be responsible for overseeing Sunday morning and all the volunteers, the nursery workers, Safe Church training, and pastoral care with kids and parents. Beyond that, she's going to work on expanding our children's program to include more outreach opportunities, full-family experiences, play dates, and seasonal classes and curriculum.

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Lauren Hodum

Associate Minister for Children's Programming


Lauren's primary responsibilities are to assist with Children's ministry on Sunday morning, and then plan and lead our major children's programs that take place over the course of the year, things like VBS, Christmas Pageants, Advent Family Night. Lauren is a full-time high-school teacher; she's wonderful with kids and parents, has strong organizational and planning skills, and a calling to help minister to our little ones. She's married to David, and they have two kids, William and Eleanor.

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Dana Jean

Hand and Feet Outreach Ministry


Dana Jean is building the Hands & Feet social transformation and outreach ministry at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in McKinney, Texas. Initiating such projects as the BlessMobile, she has developed programs to partner with community partner organizations through the ministry.

Dana has spent much of her life working in the education field, teaching and leading nonprofits whose focus was educational in nature. Dana and her husband and three children came to Dallas in 2011 where Dana served as Executive Director of ULC, a nonprofit providing libraries in Haiti.


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Brandi McSwain


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Corey D. Rom

Minister of Music


Dr. Corey Rom currently serves as music minister at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in McKinney TX. As minister, he conducts the church choir, works with the youth, and is developing new music programs for the future.

As an educator, Dr. Rom is currently the tuba and euphonium instructor at Texas Woman’s University and Collin College. As a performer, Dr. Rom plays with the Lone Star Wind Orchestra and it’s resident brass quintet. He has also toured and recorded with the international performing group The King’s Brass.

Dr. Rom received his Bachelors of Music and did his Master’s work in tuba performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. In May of 2015, he also received his Doctorate of Music Arts degree in Brass Performance from the University of Texas at Austin.

When Dr. Rom is not performing or teaching, he likes to spend time with his lovely wife, Rhonda, and daughters, Elise and Sydney. He also enjoys reading, sketching, solving blacksmith’s puzzles, and adding to his collection of playing cards.

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The Rev. Roy Thomas

Associate Pastor


Roy Thomas began serving as Associate Pastor of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in June 2018.  He and his wife Rachel are blessed with three children: Isaiah, Faith and Jeremiah. Roy was born in Texas and takes pride in being a fan of the 5-time Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboys.  In 1999 Roy was ordained as a priest in the Malankara Mar Thoma Syrian Church after obtaining a Masters in Divinity from the Mar Thoma Syrian Theological Seminary. In 2012, Roy graduated from Seattle University with a Masters in Pastoral Counseling.  He continued serving the Mar Thoma Church until 2016 when he felt called to transition into the Episcopal Church. In 2018, Roy completed a Certificate in Anglican Studies from Wycliffe College.

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Tim and Stephanie Jenkins

Contemporary Music Leaders