MEET THE CLERGY AT ST. ANDREW'S
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Clifton MannThe Rev. Jo Roberts Mann - Rector
(806) 376-6316 Ext. 101

Jo joined the staff at St. Andrew's as Associate Rector in January, 2002. On July 16, 2011, she became the rector of St. Andrew’s. She is also Chaplain at St. Andrew's School and responsible for the chapel services and over site of the religion curriculum. Prior to coming to St. Andrew's, Jo was the Associate Rector at St. Michael's in Austin, Texas, Associate Rector at St. Paul's on the Plains, Lubbock, Texas, Canterbury Chaplain at Texas Tech University, Chaplain at All Saints' School in Lubbock, and Associate Rector at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Lubbock.

Bible study, liturgy, working with children, teaching, and preaching are some of her passions in the ministry.

Education includes a BS from the University of Texas, Post Graduate work at Rice University in Houston, St. Thomas University in Houston, St. Mary's Roman Catholic Seminary in Houston, and Master of Divinity from The Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest.

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Clifton MannThe Rev. Dr. Robert F. Pace - Associate Rector
(806) 376-6316 Ext. 102

Robert joined the staff as Associate Rector at St. Andrew's in July, 2012. Prior to his ordination and coming to St. Andrew's, Robert was a university professor of History for nearly twenty years. He was ordained a priest by the Rt. Rev. J. Scott Mayer at St. Andrew's in June 2012.


Robert's ministerial interests and talents include preaching, teaching, bible study, liturgy, pastoral care, and outreach. Robert is married to Dr. Jill Walters.


Robert's education includes a BA with Honors in History from Austin College, an MA and a PhD in History from Texas Christian University, and an MDiv from The Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest.


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The Venerable Chris Wrampelmeier, Archdeacon


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The Rev. Todd Baxley, Deacon


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The Rev. Pat Knight, Deacon


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