Parish Administrator - Christian Canady
After 20 years away from home, Christian moved back to Colorado in May 2016. She is thrilled to have found a work and worship home at St. Paul's. She is happy to have found a loving and nurturing environment in which to work and serve. Christian, her husband Corey, and their dog Grizzly live in the boonies about 35 miles from Steamboat. They love the wilderness, especially the rivers, where they spend as much time as possible fly-fishing. When she isn't working, fishing or cooking, she loves to write and visit her beautiful children in Oregon.
Mission Partnership Vicar - The Rev. Bain White
Episcopal Service Corps Director & Youth Coordinator
Henry Howard - email@example.com
A native of Steamboat Springs, Henry cares deeply for the community and those who call Steamboat home. After graduating with a degree in financial analysis, Henry began his career doing Community Development while traveling back and forth from the US to Uganda, Africa. The focus of this work was providing educational and vocational development for vulnerable children and families in Uganda.
Through his international and grass-roots experience, Henry has grown a passion for organizational development and empowering individuals to care for their own communities. He currently works in various capacities within the Church/Non-Profit sector, with the ultimate goal of creating a culture of love, healing, and restoration.
Another consistent them in Henry's life is his work with youth and young adults, especially those interested in music and the creative arts. Henry is a songwriting at heart and spends his spare time writing and producing music. On a deeper level, he is a husband, father, and lover of Jesus.
Teri Rose - firstname.lastname@example.org
Teri Rose earned her degree in Flute Performance from Baylor University under the teaching artistry of Helen Ann Shanley. While a student, Teri enjoyed the rare privilege of performing for the legendary French flutist and teacher, Marcel Moyse. Teri also studied piano and voice during her college years. After graduation, her musical focus surprisingly turned toward harp when she found a Celtic harp in the closet of a local church. Her fascination with harp grew into acceptance into Baylor's graduate program in harp performance. From that point forward, Teri enjoyed freelancing with various orchestras and solo venues on both harp and flute. Life was interrupted in 1988, with a battle with cancer, which led her to seek solace near her parents in the mountains of Colorado in 1993. Upon moving to Colorado Springs, Teri was hired by First Presbyterian Church to join the staff of the music department as both harpist and flutist - a position she held for 17 years as a soloist, ensemble and orchestral musician. On staff at FPC, her duties were to play for 3 Sunday morning services, play harp or flute in orchestral concerts with a 120 voice choir at the Pikes Peak Center, play for many memorial services, receptions, parties and weddings. During those years, Teri's busy flute studio saw great success with countless award winning students who won chairs in Colorado All-State Band and Orchestras. As a freelance harpist and flutist, she played for countless weddings in Texas and Colorado in venues ranging from intimate backyard ceremonies to beautiful churches, cathedrals and synagogues. During her 17 years in Colorado Springs, she performed at the US Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel, Officer's Club, private parties and corporate events. She enjoyed playing in the orchestra at the Broadmoor Hotel, performing with such artists as Bernadette Peters and Flash Cadillac. As a harpist and flutist with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, Teri played with classical, pops and Christmas concerts. She played at the Buell Theater in Denver as harpist with the national tour of Carousel. Teri was honored as a civilian to play harp, tour and record many times with the United States Air Force Academy Band. Teri's harp playing can be heard on albums with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, 4 albums and 1 video with the US States Air Force Band of the Rockies and the US Air Force Academy Band. She played as a harpist and also flute/piccolo with the Steamboat Springs Orchestra. She currently holds the chair of 2nd flute/piccolo. In 2012, Teri directed the Chamber Singers of Steamboat Springs. Teri resides in Steamboat Springs, where she teaches alpine skiing, is an active soloist in CO, TX and OR, maintains a busy private music studio and is an accomplished watercolor artist.