"Jesus said to him, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but through me.'" (John 14:6).
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The Reverend Geoffrey C. Gwynne, Rector
May the grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.
A few things about me and my family…My wife Karen and I have three boys ~ Trevor (17), Carter (19) and Jacob (19). Spending quality time together with my family is a high priority.
I grew up fourth in a family of five children on the coast of New England. Somehow three of us have found a trail to Texas. My only brother has made Austin his home for nearly 20 years, and I have a sister who holds a degree from UT, Austin. Boating, tennis, and baseball have been features of family-life for generations. (So, it came as a welcome surprise to discover that Friendswood inhabits the third largest boating community in the US!)
In college the Lord found me and issued his call to “follow Me.” Ordained 29 years ago, I’ve served in Ohio, Colorado, and, Virginia. I love the Episcopal way of being Christian, our rich Anglican heritage, and the worldwide Communion that binds us together. I also am partial to racquet sports, gardening, and good conversation with friends.
I am the eldest twin in a set of fraternal twins. I have lived in Texas for 36 years, the past three years in the Houston area.
I earned an Associates Degree in Art and a certificate in commercial and graphic arts from Navarro College in Corsicana, TX. I completed my Bachelors degree in University Studies with a minor in Business from UT Arlington in 2012. I have worked in office positions for twenty years.
I enjoy drawing, photography, making jewelry, event coordination, and travel. I'm engaged to James Olson and have a 16 year old son, Cameron Blessing.
Len DePrang, Music Minister
I taught music and theater at Pearland High School for over thirty years. I am a world traveler and lifelong musician. My passion is to enrich worship through music.
The Vestry is the lay governing body of the church. With the Rector and guided by the Canons and Constitutions of the Episcopal Church, the Vestry is responsible for making decisions that effect the life of the church. The Senior Warden is the head of the Vestry, while the Junior Warden acts as supervisor of the plant of the church.