Carol Webster joins our Epiphany faith community "from a distance" - Carol resides in Nashville, but thanks to the magic of the digital age, she produces Epiphany group email messages, worship bulletins, special program bulletins, annual reports, and administers our website and social media. Carol has extensive experience in digital media marketing, publishing, business development and church administration. She is a life-long Lutheran, and she and her husband Tim are members ofSt Timothy Lutheran Church in Hendersonville. To submit information for any of the above-listed Epiphany communications, or to update your email address or subscription preferences, please email Carol.
Reverend Monica Weber earned a Master of Divinity degree at Vanderbilt Divinity School and completed Lutheran ordination studies at Trinity Lutheran Seminary. A graduate of Lutheran Seminary of the Southwest's Hispanic Ministry Training program, Monica is also a member of the ELCA Poverty & Justice network. Her short film "Feed My Sheep," produced for the ELCA-Southeastern Synod's 2015 Assembly, documented 25 years of inner-city feeding ministries conducted by the members of St Paul Lutheran-Nashville.
Monica holds a degree in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin, and has enjoyed career opportunities in film and television, advertising, international business marketing/management, publishing, and hospice chaplaincy. She speaks fluent German and is conversant in Spanish and French. Her passions include proclamation of the Gospel through service; world travel; photography and film; live theater and history. Monica is thrilled to be a member of the Epiphany faith community, and invites you to worship and fellowship with us!
Jacob joins Epiphany as the Director of Music and Choirmaster on Sunday, July 23rd. A native of Oxford, ME, Jacob Allen also serves as Associate Professor and Director of the Musical Theatre program at the University of Memphis. He recently received the Thomas W. Briggs Foundation Award for Excellence in Teaching. He holds performance degrees in acting and voice from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI, and his graduate degree in stage direction from the Eastman School of Music where he studied under Steven Daigle.