Our Staff

Our Vicar

Vicar Amelie WilmerThe Rev. Amelie Wilmer has served as the vicar of All Souls since January 2012. She received her certificate in Anglican Studies from Virginia Theological Seminary and her Masters of Divinity from Union Presbyterian Seminary, and was ordained to the priesthood in 2011. Rev. Amelie Wilmer also holds degrees in Economics/Political Science and Art History from Yale University.  In addition to previous careers in banking, she is a past president of the Junior League of Richmond, former chair of the Carver Promise, and graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond.  She served on the Executive Board of the Diocese of Virginia from 2013-2015 and is currently a member of the Editorial Review Board of the Interpretation Journal of Biblical Scholarship.
 
Previous to coming to All Souls, the Reverend Wilmer served at St. John's Church and St. Mary's Goochland, and as a chaplain at Westminster-Canterbury.  While in seminary, she served as an intern at Christ Ascension Episcopal Church, Richmond, and St. Thomas', Richmond.  She also served as a chaplain at Johnston-Willis hospital.
 
A life-long Episcopalian, Vicar Amelie, as she likes to be called, has completed both DOCC (Disciples of Christ in Community) and EfM (Education for Ministry) programs and has a passion for life-long learning and spiritual formation in community. During her years as a lay leader, she served in a broad range of ministries, including family fellowship and outreach programs, adult and youth education, stewardship, and strategic planning.
 
Reverend Amelie is married to Claiborne Minor and has three sons: two in college and one working as a Computer Engineer in Boulder Colorado. She and her family enjoy skiing, hiking, travel, art, and literature.  She resides in Richmond.
 
Reverend Amelie has accepted a call to historic St. John's Episcopal Church, Church Hill, Richmond, VA, beginning her service the first of June.  All Souls is grateful for the outstanding leadership and spiritual growth we have experienced with Amelie.  We keep Amelie, St. John's, and All Souls in our prayers during this transition period.
 
 

Our Choir Director

All Souls welcomed Dave Greennagel as Music Director in February 2017.  Dave is currently Assistant Professor of Music, and Director of Music Education at Virginia Commonweath University, but his experiences also include K-12 music education in many places in Virginia, and Supervisor o Arts Education in Arlington, VA.  Closer to home, he was the Director of choral Activities and Assistant Professor Of Music at Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA.  

With his great smile, relaxed attitude, and extensive choral background, we are excited to have him directing the choir and music at All Souls.  If you would like to sing, please join us!  

 

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