Our Leadership


Archbishop Foley Beach (ACNA) -   The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach served as the Rector and Pastor of Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia from its founding in 2004. In 2010 he was consecrated as the first Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South. After election by the ACNA College of Bishops, he began serving as Archbishop of the province in 2014.

Archbishop Beach is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, the School of Theology at the University of the South, and Georgia State University. He has served in ministry with Young Life, the Episcopal Church, and the Anglican Church. His passion is to share the Word of God in such a way as to help others discover the incredible living Jesus. Married for more than 30 years, he and his wife, Allison, have two grown children and make their home in the Metro-Atlanta area.

 

Bishop Steve Breedlove (Diocese of Christ Our Hope) -Bishop Steve has been married to Sally for 40 years and they have five children and eight grandchildren. He has the Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He served in parishes in the United States and Canada. He was the founding rector of All Saints Church, Chapel Hill – Durham, in North Carolina. He was also the founder and director of the Anglican Missional Pastor leadership program development. After the withdrawal of the Anglican Mission in the Americas, Breedlove was unanimously elected the first Presider Bishop pro term of the PEARUSA, the new missionary district of the Anglican Church of Rwanda in the United States, a dual church body of the Anglican Church of Rwanda and the Anglican Church in North America, being installed in 11 June 2012. Bishop Breedlove consecration took place in 29 October 2012, in Denver, Colorado, by Archbishop Robert Duncan.

 The Rev. Tom Bost (Vicar/Senior Pastor) - Before coming to be the church planting pastor of Good Shepherd, Tom served for six years with Christ Church in Winston-Salem, assisting two other church plants during that time as well.  Before serving in the Anglican Church, Tom was a staff member of Cru, working on college campuses in Oklahoma and Texas.  He studied at Reformed Theological Seminary (M.Div) in Charlotte, served as an Anglican Fellow (2009), and completed the Anglican Missional Pastors program (2011-2012).  Tom and his wife Sarah Jane have three sons, and when they have time, they enjoy reading, movies, hiking, and anything involving good food.

 The Rev. Graham Johnston (Deacon) -  Graham was born and raised in the Triad. He has been married to Kim for thirty-three years and they have three wonderful children: Alex, Nick and Marianne.  From 1980-2007 Graham owned and operated a printing company, and in 2012 started Stone Street Properties.  He has received a degree in Pastoral Ministries from John Wesley College and was ordained to the deaconate in January 2006. When time allows, Graham enjoys playing golf, reading and spending time in the mountains and beach.

 

Mark Baynes (Music Minister) -  Mark is a worship leader, Bible teacher, and missionary who loves serving in the local church.  He holds a Master of Divinity from Beeson Divinity School and a Doctor of Ministry in Christian Worship from Erskine Seminary.  He is a lover of all things Scottish, including his wife, Dawn, who hails from Aberdeen.  He has previously served in Scotland as an associate pastor, and in America as a college pastor and worship pastor.  He is involved in international missions, frequently teaching a Theology of Worship course at the International Bible College of Zambia.  Mark plays a variety of instruments, including guitar, hammer dulcimer, and piano.  Mark & Dawn (and their wee dog Sasha) enjoy the outdoors, traveling and exploring new places, as well as showing hospitably in their home.

 Kelly O’Sullivan (Seminarian) - Kelly was born and raised in Winston-Salem. He first became a Christian at UNC Wilmington while working towards his undergraduate degree in film. After graduating in 2012 he returned to Winston and joined Christ Church, where he also began to serve and discern the call to ministry. Kelly officially joined Good Shepherd as a Seminarian in January 2014. He completed the Anglican Mission Pastor program (2013-2015), joined the Simeon Fellows program (2016) and is currently a student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He married Lottie Hensley in May of 2016. In his spare time he enjoys brewing beer, reading, and laser tag.

   

Vestry - Our vestry advises our rector in matters of the life of the church, and as the clergy and planting team work together to guide the church, the vestry plays a valuable part in the direction of the church by offering wisdom and the voice of lay people.   Our vestry is made up of Curt Flinn, Dale Stasinski, DJ Carlson, Barb Harvey, Kim Johnston, and Sarah Jane Bost.