Clergy

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The Reverend Jon Baugh


Jon graduated from UNF in 1995 and has had a career in computer programming for 27 years.  Jon was an active member of St. Andrews in Arlington from 2001 until 2009 and received his diaconate (became a deacon) there in 2011.  Reverend Jon went to seminary at Sewanee and was ordained to the priesthood in 2012.   Since then, he has served as an associate priest in Charlotte NC and at St. John’s Cathedral in downtown Jacksonville and at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea. 

  Rev. Jon is very excited to partner with us and God here at St. George.   He looks forward to a vigorous program of renewal for our beloved parish; so we can continue to share the Good News of our Savior in this sacred space!

We at St. George are blessed. We firmly acknowledge that this decision to call Reverend Jonathan Baugh to St. George Church as Rector is one led by our Lord.

Retired Deacon Irene Crocker


A holy listener, Irene has for the past twenty-five years been a volunteer chaplain at Community Hospice, where she has brought comfort and reassurance to countless souls, and is currently a Volunteer Chaplain at the Baptist Medical Center in Nassau County.  Irene also serves as a “Daughter of the King and At-Large Advisor” to the President for the Episcopal Church Women.
 
In the past, Irene has served our diocese on Council through the Global Mission Committee and Ecclesiastical Court as Altar Guild Treasurer.

Irene enjoys hobbies that include gardening and cats and is the proud mother of one son who lives in Nebraska.  She is also a devoted FSU ‘Nole supporter.
 
We are delighted that Bishop Howard has assigned Deacon Irene to serve Christ here at St. George and are continuously blessed by her kind and loving presence.

Bishop John Howard

The Right Reverend Samuel Johnson Howard, a native of North Carolina, was elected bishop coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida on May 16, 2003 and was consecrated at St. John's Cathedral, Jacksonville, on November 1, 2003. He was instituted as bishop of the diocese on January 29, 2004.



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