The Most Reverend Dr. Foley Beach is the Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America in 2014. He is also the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South, headquartered in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.
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.
The scripture verse that has most guided his ministry is Proverbs 3:5-6: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (ESV)
He and his wife are life-long Georgians, and have two adult children.
The Rev. Canon David Roseberry is the Dean of the Diocese of C4SO and Provincial Canon for Mission of the ACNA. He has served the church over the past 3 decades and now is Executive Director of LeaderWorks, a leadership-development platform that helps develop and train leaders and churches to do even great works in their ministry.
Fr. Roseberry is married and a father of four children; a grandfather to five. He lives in Plano, TX. For 31 years he was Rector of Christ Church in Plano, TX until stepping aside to develop and head LeaderWorks.
Primarily, he is a minister of the Gospel of Christ, but he serves the church and others as an encouraging mentor, a friend to leaders, a visionary thinker and planner, and a pastor to the people of God. He preaches and teaches the Scriptures with clarity and conviction.
The Rev. Canon Alan Hawkins serves as the Canon for Development for the Anglican Church in North America as well as the Rector of Church of the Redeemer in Greensboro, NC. He is married to Angela Kaye and has 5 children. Alan says “The Matthew 25 initiative is a very exciting and life-changing program for the Anglican Church”. Alan’s favorite pastime is Oklahoma State Athletics (Class of 1993- Go Cowboys!).
The Rev. Michael D. Wurschmidt is the founding and current rector of Shepherd’s Heart Fellowship, an urban congregation of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh that is dedicated to providing help and hope to the homeless people of Pittsburgh. As an Air Force veteran, Father Mike serves as a chaplain for the VA’s Pittsburgh Healthcare System Comprehensive Homeless Center and works tirelessly in advocating for the needs of veterans. He is also the former co-founder and national consultant of Project Home Again, a national program of World Vision, which helped homeless families to be adopted by local churches.