Vicar: Fr. James Hutchison, CJ
Fr. Jim has been the priest at Christ our Redeemer since founding it in 2008. He is a Benedictine in the Company of Jesus. He has an Ed.D from William and Mary, a Th.M from Union Theological Seminary (Richmond, VA), and an M.Div from Bethany Theological Seminary. He currently serves as a school psychologist in a local school district. He is a clinical fellow with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and is a Certified Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) with the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC). He is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed marriage and family therapist.
deacon: Josh Devries
Deacon Josh was ordained to the Sacred Order of the Diaconate May 5, 2018. Having been raised as the son of church-planters in the Netherlands, Josh returned to the States to study Theatre Arts at Liberty University. He has continued to work in the arts as a photographer and videographer and has a passion for creative storytelling that reveals God's Truth to a world in need.
Minister of Music: Roxanne Wank
Roxie serves as the Minister of Music at Christ our Redeemer. Like St. Timothy, the genuine faith that lives within Roxie dwelt first in her mother and grandmothers. These devout Christian women grounded her young soul in the faith. It is to them she owes an immense and unpayable debt of gratitude. God's Holy Scripture being placed in her heart and mind as a child has given formation to her character. At age 10, God blessed her with the gift of musicianship. Playing music and singing praises to the Lord and Savior brings enormous joy into her life. Her Christian journey has led her to Christ our Redeemer to play guitar, sing, and lead the worship team. Roxie's prayer is that her witness through music will incline others to follow Jesus Christ. She would like the hope, joy, and peace of Christianity expressed through music to touch the listener's heart in a beautiful way.
Br. Roy edwards
Roy is a lifelong Anglican, first with the Episcopal Church who joined the Anglican movement in North America in 2000, while living in Denver, CO. He is retired from a career in broadcast journalism and public relations along with a second one in management with U.S. Postal Service. Since retiring he is able to respond to the answer of a constant prayer; “to be able to serve my Lord in His Church”. Roy has been active in the music ministry, healing ministry, served as a licensed lay reader and Chalicer and is now blessed to serve Fr. Jim as Asperger at Christ Our Redeemer. He grew up in Hopewell, VA, is a Vietnam Veteran and has lived in various places in The United States. He works with veterans organizations when the opportunity permits.