She became a Christian in high school in Richmond, VA and soon after felt the call to ministry. She has served God in the Presbyterian Church as a certified Christian educator and Minister of Word and Sacrament (associate pastor) in churches across NC and in CA. She teaches Christian Spiritual Formation in an inaugural D. Min. program. In 2015 her ordination was transferred to ECO (which she helped form)! Educated at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in MA (MRE), Fuller Theological Seminary in CA (M.Div.; Doctor of Min. in “Christian Spirituality and Leadership”), her passion is helping Christ-followers become like Jesus from the inside out! She enjoys teaching Christian Spiritual Formation in an inaugural D.Min. program. Anne’s family has lived in Charlotte for 20 years; husband Scott is bi-vocational (teacher at Butler High and pastor of Banks Presbyterian). Their children are Katie (in Charlotte) and Nathan (married, in Chicago). Anne is an avid Hokie football fan, and enjoys dining out and walking the beach! She is pleased to support ARPC during this season of transition.
Shari Dobyns joined the ARPC staff in the summer of 2017. She is an ordained pastor in the ECO Presbyterian Church with a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. In addition to leading in worship she is involved with the prayer ministry of the church and helps with visitations. Shari and her husband, Craig, have three sons and live in Indian Land, SC. She loves college football, Disney and baking. Shari and her family moved to the Charlotte area in 2016 and feel blessed to be a part of such a caring congregation.
Mr. Timothy D. Brown has been an organist and pianist in churches since 1977. Albemarle Road Presbyterian Church is very grateful for the music ministry of Tim. He received a Bachelor of Music Degree from Queens University and a Masters in Business from Wingate University. Tim and his wife, Becky, have three sons and live in Mint Hill. Tim and Becky have been involved in the life and ministry of ARPC for over thirty years.
Mrs. Drucie Eudy has a BA from Queens College. She has served in area churches for 45 years as accompanist or choir director. Drucie lives in Stanly county with an array of animals. Her hobbies include photography and gardening. She is on the faculty of Charlotte Country Day School; owner of Meadow Creek Stones.
Greg Moore has been involved with Presbyterian music ministries his entire life. Growing up as a Presbyterian in Charlotte, NC, he credits both the vocal and handbell choir experiences of his childhood as the catalyst for his still burning desire to make music for our Lord. Greg has led contemporary worship services for both Robinson Presbyterian in Charlotte and Faith Presbyterian Church in Indian Land, SC. If he’s not making music at ARPC, you’ll find him on stages around the area making perhaps less reverent music with his band Province Of Thieves. Greg holds down a full-time career as a Husband to Amanda and Father to son Gabe and daughter Chloe, and somehow manages to squeeze a second full-time career as a business manager in the supply chain industry. Greg graduated from Garinger High School in 1990, UNC-Charlotte in 1999, and obtained an MBA from Montreat College in 2005. Greg is also a military combat veteran, having served in the Army during Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
Mrs. Nancy Parker has been Director of the Albemarle Road Presbyterian Weekday School since August 1987. She has been with the Weekday School since December 1979. Nancy loves working with children. She grew up in Concord, NC and has an Associate of Science Degree from Lees-McRae College and a Bachelor Degree in Biology from UNC-Charlotte. Nancy and her husband Art have three grown children and five grandchildren