Clergy & Staff


The Rev. Jane Piver, Interim Rector

Parish Staff

Tom Bowen, Organist and Music Director

Kim Kiec, Handbell Choir Director

Jean Mary Taylor, Lay Assistant

Libby Funk, Parish Secretary

Dennis Funk, Sexton

Vestry and Wardens

Class of 2018

Bonnie Landis, Hospitality Chr,

Andy Miller, Junior Warden

Chris Peterson, Communications

Edward Turner, Senior Warden

Class of 2019

Charles Huber, Stewardship Chair

Karl Petrick, Finance (Alternate Delegate to Convention)

Class of 2020

Susan Rockwell

Gretchen Straw

Barbara Tringali

Vestry Appointments

Eric Adamson, Trustee

Peg Goodyear, Gift & Endowment Committee Chair

Chris Fleet, Trustees of the Endowment Fund Chair

Arthur Maddox, Trustee

Donald McNeill, Trustee

Margie Miller, Register, Delegate to Conventionl

Tom Varney, Treasurer

Parish Organization Contacts

Charles Huber, Ushers

Sue Cobb,  Altar Guild Co-Chair

Evie Moreman, Altar Guild Co-Chair

Jean Mary Taylor, Acolytes

Peg Goodyear, Women of Calvary, Tuesdays Table

Ed Turner, Website Ministry

Sandra Varney, Calling & Caring Coordinator

Jean Mary Taylor, Andy Miller, Richard Steadman, Disaster Preparedness Team


Please contact the Parish Office to get in touch with Clergy, Staff Members, Vestry Members and Parish Contacts

About Calvary

Calvary is a special place where all are welcome. From great preaching, wonderful music, an active laity, and a friendly and mission-focused congregation, this parish has it all. “As a place of tolerance and acceptance of others; the friendliness, love and support of our congregation ensures we will continue to remain an open and affirming place for everyone.”

Calvary Episcopal Church, Front Royal (established 1854) is a worshiping community of over 300 baptized Christians who strive to “welcome all as neighbors.”  The only Episcopal Church in Warren County, Virginia, we belong to the Winchester Region, within the Diocese of Virginia; and are part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. The Region consists of 9 congregations and ministries (including the Episcopal seat, the Cathedral Shrine of the Transfiguration at Shrine Mont in Orkney Springs) and the Diocese is home to 182 congregations and two diocesan conference centers, six church schools, six diocesan homes, 17 regions, and the largest Anglican seminary in the world.