Provincial and Diocesan Leadership
The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach
Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America
Foley Beach 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 serving as archbishop and bishop, he planted and led Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia. He and his wife are life-long Georgians, and have two adult children.
The Right Rev. Steve Breedlove
Bishop of the Diocese of Christ our Hope
Bishop Steve Breedlove is the Bishop of the Diocese of Christ our Hope. He and Sally married in 1972 and were blessed with five children, all married now, and (so far!), with thirteen grandchildren. They live in Chapel Hill, NC. Bishop Steve was a non-denominational pastor for 29 years before becoming an Anglican in 2001. He and Sally planted All Saints Church in Durham, NC, in 2005. In 2012 he was consecrated as a Bishop in the Anglican Province of Rwanda.
Rev. Dr. Brian Campbell
Brian Campbell serves as the rector and senior pastor of Christ the Redeemer. Brian was born and raised in Canada, but migrated to the USA in 1997 (having married a woman from North Carolina!). After graduating college, Brian served three years on the staff of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship and seven years running a group home for mentally challenged youth (where he claims most of his pastoral skills were honed). Brian was ordained in 1989 and served churches in Canada and America before answering the call to participate in God’s renewing of the Anglican Communion by planting Christ the Redeemer in 2005. Brian is committed to life-long learning and holds degrees from Regent College (Vancouver), Wycliffe College (University of Toronto) and Trinity School for Ministry (Ambridge, PA). Brian is passionate about preaching and teaching the Good News of Jesus’ resurrection and God’s kingdom, discipling people into maturity in Christ, and ministering to the family at Christ the Redeemer through Word and Sacrament. Brian is married to Janis and they have three grown children, Meaghan, Claire, and Ian.
Rev. David Watts
Assistant to the Rector
David Watts serves as the assistant pastor at Christ the Redeemer. Originally from Lutherville, Maryland he is a die-hard Baltimore Orioles and Ravens fan. David holds degrees from the University of Mary Washington and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is a reserve Navy Chaplain as well as a licensed mental health counselor and recently became a parent to Isaac along with Gloria, his lovely wife. David heard his call to ministry when deployed as an enlisted Master-At Arms in Kuwait as he was sharing Christ to his fellow sailors. The Apostle Paul’s phrase, “By the grace of God, I am what I am” sums up David’s life in Christ, and he loves talking about God’s amazing grace for everyone with anyone.
Brother Tim Luken
Abbot of the Company of Jesus, Monastic in Residence
Tim Luken is the founder and prior of LivingStone Priory and Five Loaves Food Pantry in Newport News, VA. His is resident as a parishioner at Christ the Redeemer and assists as he is able. Brother Tim also serves as the Abbot General for the Company of Jesus, a third order monastic community canonically resident in the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes, but open to all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination.
Children’s Ministry Director
Jennifer Brown serves as the Director of Children and Family Ministries at Christ the Redeemer. She has been attending the church with her family since January of 2009. Jennifer grew up in Raphine, Virginia and went on to attend King University in Bristol, Virginia where she met her husband, Chris. They moved to the Hampton Roads area in the summer of 2001 when her husband began graduate school at Regent University. Jennifer has a BA in Elementary Education and was a schoolteacher prior to working at the church. Jennifer and Chris have 2 grown children, Caleb and Noah, and 2 teenagers, Samara and
Eva. Jennifer’s desire is that the children of CtR from the youngest to the oldest, know that they are deeply loved, and that nothing can separate them from the “Never stopping, never giving up, unbreaking, always and forever love” of God. -Sally Lloyd-Jones.
Jordan O’Byrne serves as Minister of Music at Christ the Redeemer. Originally from Gainesville, Florida, the Navy brought his family to Hampton Roads in 1998. He is a passionate advocate of worship and music as essential components of formation for Christians of all ages. Jordan desires that all would ‘join the mighty chorus’ in order to ‘ponder anew what the Almighty can do, if with His love He befriends thee.’ In 2018, he married his best friend Olivia and together they have a beloved son, Ewan.
Mary Jane (Janie) Atwood graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1977 and served as a Naval Officer for five years. She met Bob while in the Navy and they were married in 1979. They have five adult children and thirteen (soon to be fourteen) grandchildren. Janie was raised Roman Catholic and Bob was raised Presbyterian. They wanted to find a church where they could grow in faith, and both feel at home. They found that in the Anglican Tradition. God called them to serve as missionaries and in 1994 they took their five teen and pre-teen kids to serve on a church planting team in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for six years. Bob and Janie started their marriage in Virginia Beach and after twenty-eight years of various moves they returned to the area to be close to grandchildren and children. They have been members of Christ the Redeemer since 2011 and Janie has served as Treasurer since mid-2015.
Maggie Mansour joined CtR staff as the Parish Administrator in April of 2020. She grew up in a military family that landed in North Carolina when she was in elementary school. After getting her associates in Early Childhood Education, she taught at a farm preschool in Chapel Hill. She met Greg in 2012 and they got married in 2017 and moved to Norfolk. They have a son who was born in 2020. They have been attending CtR for 4 years and felt right at home the first time they visited! She loves animals, family, and serving the Lord wherever He calls her.
Paul Gyorfi, Senior Warden and Council Member
David Condron, Junior Warden and Council Member
I have been at CTR since August 2016. I am a Port Engineer for a navy destroyer as my day job. My family is wife Diane, son Nathanael (24), and daughter Elise(23). I like to scuba dive and study the Bible with people learning more about Jesus. The website brought me to CtR and the faithfulness to the Gospel keeps me here.
Rachel Inman, Council Member
Married to Daniel Inman
Children; Samantha Jo (14) Ethan Alexander (11)
We joined CtR in 2015. We were seeking a church that was scripture-based and focused on community discipleship; we found our home at CtR quickly. What we love about CtR is the weekly community groups, desire for growing God’s Kingdom and the authentic people that make up our church body.
What my week looks like right now? I’m a Home Loan Advisor | Mortgage Loan Officer; I get to help people buy homes, refinance, and make great long term financial decisions. I also get to help care for several family members in addition to my own family, which is full of sweet hugs from a 3 year old niece, snuggles from a 1 year niece and answering so many questions of an 8 year old niece; in addition to our two middle schoolers. I am very family oriented, business-minded and I love pouring into teenagers. I have served in youth ministry, the past 22 years, and I currently love and support your youth that are involved in our CtR youth group, middle school chapel and our Anglican summer camp.
Jill Branch, Council Member
Bruce Harper, Council Member
Sarah Shellock, Council Member
Janie Atwood, ad hoc Council member/Treasurer
Rev. Brian Campbell, ad hoc Council Member/Diocesan Council Representative
Rev. David Watts, ad hoc Council Member
Maggie Mansour, Secretary for the Council