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The Church of the Epiphany Staff


The Rev. Rosalind Hughes moved to Ohio from the United Kingdom in 2003 with her husband and three children. A "cradle Anglican," she found a church home at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Cleveland, and this was the parish that sponsored her journey to ordination.

Rosalind is a  graduate of the University of Oxford, UK (1989) and Bexley Hall Episcopal Seminary, Columbus, Ohio (2011).

Ordained a Deacon in June 2011, and a priest in January 2012, Rosalind joined Church of the Epiphany as Priest-in-Charge in October 2012, after a curacy at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Elyria, Ohio. She lives with her family in Bay Village.

Rosalind is especially interested in prayer and spirituality, poetry and knitting, and maintains a blog at

She can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Director of Music

Bryan Shilander has performed as a pianist throughout the United States, Canada, England, Mexico, and Korea. He served most recently as a faculty member at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre in Arlington Heights and as organist at St Domitilla Church, directing the Chicago Boy Choir, and is a former Associate Dean at Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. He studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music preparatory division, and at Sherwood Music School, Chicago, with Leo Podolsky, earning the BM and MM degrees. We are delighted to welcome Bryan back to the Church of the Epiphany!


Administrative Assistant

Donna FlowersDonna Flowers is our soft-spoken administrative assistant. A conscientious assistant for all parish communications and bookkeeping, Donna enjoys parish administration, as well as assisting our neighbors with our food pantry.

Donna may be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .






Reggie StanfordReggie Stanford serves as the custodian and groundskeeper for the Church. He is meticulous, helpful, friendly, and has a million-dollar smile.






Senior Warden

Charlene HettingerCharlene Hettinger

Charlene, or Chari as she likes to be called, was born at Marymount Hospital in Garfield Hts., OH and graduated from Riverside HS in Painesville, OH. Chari served in the US Army for 8 years, mostly in Germany and Belgium.


She has one daughter, 3 grandchildren and has been an Episcopalian for over 15 years. Chari has been a Girl Scout Leader, a past member of the Richmond Hts. School Board, and a past president of Chapter 412 Parents without Partners. Chari works for University Hospitals in their physician billing department, and lives in Euclid, OH.


Chari loves crocheting and knitting, and counted cross stitch.  She especially loves to make prayer shawls, is a member of the choir, serves as a chalice bearer and reader, and is studying to become a lay preacher.