Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley

Assistant Professor of New Testament, Northeastern Seminary

Living Church[2]

Executive Director

Fr. Esau McCaulley has served across many professional and cultural contexts throughout his ministerial career and theological study. These experiences include rector at All Souls Episcopal/Anglican Church in Okinawa, Japan, assistant to the rector at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, VA, and assisting priest at All Saints Episcopal Church in St Andrews, Scotland. He recently completely his Ph.D. in New Testament at the University of St Andrews where he focused on Paul’s letter to the Galatians under the direction of N.T. Wright. His scholarly research and writing focuses on Pauline theology and intersection of race and Christian identity. He currently serves as assistant professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. He is married to Mandy, a pediatrician and they have four wonderful children.


Rev. Taylor Bodoh

Rector, Incarnation Tallahasee


Associate Director for Church Planting

Taylor is the Canon for Church Planting in the Gulf Atlantic Diocese, and is also the Rector of a multiethnic church plant called Incarnation Tallahassee. Together with his wife Karissa and daughters Avila and Norah, Taylor has a special passion for raising up and sending out leaders in the body of Christ, for racial reconciliation, and for calling artists and skeptics to give Jesus a fresh hearing.


Rev. Heather Ghormley

Rector, Tree of Life Anglican Church


Associate Director for Immigrant Initiatives

Heather is the rector of Tree of Life Anglican Church, a multiethnic- neighborhood based church in South Bend, IN. In an effort to reach all the people of it’s very diverse neighborhood, Tree of Life offers an multiethnic (mostly African American) youth ministry and an immigration legal aid clinic. Heather’s calling is to grow and mobilize parish churches for mission and justice work. She particular takes delight in watching the Holy Spirit join together and heal saints across different backgrounds and cultures. Together with her husband Justus, Heather is the mother of three delightful children who keep her on her toes.


Rev. Cameron Robinson


Communications Coordinator and Associate Director for African American Affairs

Bio Forthcoming


Rev. Daniel Lizárraga


Caminemos Juntos Liason

The Reverend Canon Daniel Lizárraga, M.P.Aff, M.T.S., is a priest of the Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast and recently became Coordinator of the Anglican Immigrant Initiative. He also serves as the Director and Chaplain of FaithAbility, a ministry with and for the local special needs community. In addition, he is the Canon for Latino Ministry in the diocese and is on the planning team for the Matthew 25 Gathering. Fr. Daniel’s professional career includes working for faith-based organizations in advocacy, community development and international humanitarian aid. He resides in San Antonio, Texas with his wife, Joy and their four lovely daughters.


Leadership Council

Rev. Herb Bailey


Herb Bailey is the Director of the Uncommon Grounds Café in Aliquippa, PA, 
a ministry of Church Army that walks with people from isolation to community. More than just a great café, this center uses the arts, community outreach, job 
re-training, listening and loving to minister to the least, the last and the lost. Herb and his wife Angel are deeply committed to being agents for reconciliation with everyone they encounter.

(Bio’s forthcoming)

Rev. Jay Baylor

Rev. John Paul Chaney

Naomi Lebhar

Peter Lebhar