St. Mark’s Fellows Program seeks to equip and train young men and women who are exploring full-time Christian service within the Anglican Church. Read more about the Fellows Program by clicking here. 


Graduates of the Fellows Program include:

Mr. Bart Gingerich.  Bart hails from the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Patrick Henry College. After his graduation, he started working for the Institute on Religion and Democracy in Washington, DC. He is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity at Reformed Episcopal Seminary, graduating in 2016. He hopes to return to the Old Dominion to serve in the Diocese of the Central States of the Reformed Episcopal Church. When he has free time, he enjoys playing the cello, shooting, exploring the environs of Philadelphia, reading, and the great outdoors.

   Mr. Brian Oldfield.  Brian was born and raised in Dothan, Alabama. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Management from The University of Alabama. Afterwards, he worked for Mercedes-Benz U.S. International with their supply-chain logistics group. However, automotive manufacturing was not the work to which God ultimately called him. Brian knew he was called to ordained ministry in high school, and he has pursued this calling all the way to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to study at Westminster Theological Seminary.  He has recently completed the first year of a Master of Divinity degree. Upon graduation, Brian plans to pursue full-time pastoral ministry in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with the Anglican Diocese of the South. He is married to Morgan and enjoys spending time with her and watching the Alabama Crimson Tide play (Roll tide!).

Mr. Aaron Cappucci.  Aaron was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and his family relocated to Sweet Valley, Pennsylvania in 1997.  Believing he was called to the ministry he completed a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and worked in manufacturing for Pulverman Precision Metal Components and as a corporate trainer for Sallie Mae Inc. After the church confirmed his call, he applied to Westminster Theological Seminary. He married the love of his life, Pam, and they relocated to Philadelphia to complete the Master of Divinity program at WTS. Lord wiling Aaron will serve the church in some capacity and is open to wherever God leads, although his ideal is to church plant in Calgary. If he has free time he loves reading, spending time with his wife, cheering for his beloved Yankees and enjoying the great outdoors.