Rev. Anne Holt
A former teacher, Ann began the process toward ordination shortly after the Episcopal church approved the ordination of women. She graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1980, attended General Seminary for a year, and was ordained a priest in January, 1982. Serving as Vicar/Rector of St. Thomas’ Church, Alexandria Township, and active in several committees of the Diocese of New Jersey, she retired at the end of 1999. Since retirement, she worked as priest associate at St. Luke’s Church, Gladstone, for 5 years, the same role she has held at Calvary since 2008.
Outside of the church, she tutored with Literacy Volunteers, serves on the Board of Heath, is 2 of the 8 hands in the Pieces of Eight Piano Group, hikes with The Lost Souls, and devours English mysteries. Mother of 3, grandmother of 5, and great-grandmother of 2, she and her husband, John, live in Clinton with their two black cats
Rev. Jack Hain
Bob has a long history in sacred music, opera and education. He is on the music faculty for Montgomery High School in Skillman, NJ. His history in sacred music includes serving on the diocesan liturgical committee and as a clinician for the National Pastoral Musicians and American Guild of Organists for whom he worked with cantors and choirs around the country. During the summer he is a director of the Assisi Music Festival in the medieval city of Assisi, Italy which focuses on raising the quality of music in church. Because of his contributions to culture and charity he was given the title of “Cavalier” by the Knights of Malta and named International Musician of the Year for 2012 by Swathmore’s Who’s Who.
My immediate goal here at Calvary is to take the already strong liturgical music program to the next level and deepen our worship experience. So, if you sing or play an instrument know that I am looking for you!
Jean GoodSenior Warden
Karen SammerJunior Warden
Denise HolzliWelcome & Fellowship
Jean has been a member of Calvary since 1979. She is a lifelong Episcopalian and has served as Sunday School Teacher, Youth Group Leader, choir member, lay reader and chalice minister. She and her husband, John Banger, have four children and two grandchildren. Calvary is her church home and is where she finds the opportunity to worship, to serve and to grow.