Our Archbishop – The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach

Archbishop_Foley_BeachArchbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South

Archbishop Beach’s passion is to share the Word of God in such a way as to help others discover the incredible living Jesus. Beach served as the Rector and Pastor of Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, GA, from its founding in February 2004, until December 2013. On October 9, 2010, he was consecrated in Atlanta, Georgia as the first Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South in the Anglican Church in North America. Beach is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, the School of Theology at the University of the South, and Georgia State University. Married for more than 30 years, he and his wife, Allison, have two grown children and make their home in the Metro-Atlanta area.

Our Bishop – Rev. Quigg Lawrence


The Rt. Rev. Quigg Lawrence, Assisting Bishop of the Atlantic Coast Network-Mt. Virginia Region.

Quigg leads Church of the Holy Spirit in Roanoke, Virginia with lots of love and a mischievous twinkle in his eye. He loves people and has a unique ability to find something in common with pretty much anyone on the planet. Quigg and his wife Annette have been married for over 25 years. They are a powerful team as they partner in life, ministry, and feeding uninvited guests. Quigg admiringly jokes that he is the one who makes the friends and Annette is the one who keeps them.


Our Bishop – Rev. Dr. Steve Breedlove

ARA_5963The Rt. Rev. Steven A. Breedlove, Presider of PEARUSA, and Bishop Ordinary of the Atlantic Coast Network.

The Rev Dr Steve Breedlove is the founding rector of All Saints Church, serving the Durham/Chapel Hill, NC region (www.allsaints-chd.org). He and Sally have been married for 39 years and have five children, four in-laws and eight grandchildren (so far!). Although God has given Steve a passion for next-generation leadership development, and many opportunities to invest deeply in younger clergy, in his opinion “there is no greater honor or calling than to pastor and lead a local church that is forming people into earnest disciples of Jesus Christ and bearing fruit for the Gospel in its own community.”