Clergy & Staff


The Rev. Todd FitzGerald

The Reverend Todd FitzGerald began his ministry as St. John’s priest in charge in August 2021.  After growing up in Louisiana and attending college in Texas, Todd studied for the ordained ministry at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary on the north shore of Chicago. Upon completing divinity school, he and his wife Amy returned to Texas, where […]

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The Rev. Margie Baker

Margie began her ordained ministry at St. John’s after a career in public education. While studying at Virginia Theological Seminary, Margie served as seminarian intern at St. Columba Episcopal Church in Washington, DC. She has a passion for preaching and teaching. In her free time, Margie enjoys running, reading, and spending time (especially outdoors) with her […]

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The Rev. Walter McKenney

The Reverend Walter McKenney was ordained a deacon in 1999 after serving as a firefighter and arson investigator in Hartford for 30 years.

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Scott Lamlein

As director of music and organist at St. John’s, Scott directs our Royal School of Church Music-affiliated Youth Choir and our semi-professional Adult Choir. He also serves as artistic director of the Music at the Red Door concert series. He loves to talk about music at St. John’s, so contact him any time!

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Ellen Painter Dollar

As parish manager, Ellen oversees St. John’s day-to-day administration and handles calls, visits and inquiries. If you have a question and aren’t sure who to call, start with Ellen and she’ll connect you with the right person or resources.

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Dwight Latif

As St. John’s sexton/property manager, Dwight coordinates use of our facilities by St. John’s and outside groups, oversees all building and grounds maintenance and repairs, and sets up for events.

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Peggy O’Toole

As financial administrator, Peggy maintains the parish financial records, pays the bills, processes payroll, and works with the parish manager to oversee the office and welcome people to St. John’s.

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