The Rev. Alex Cameron has been an ordained Anglican priest for more than 30 years and is currently President of the Isaiah Forty Foundation. He has led churches in Montreal, Vermont, and Chicago over those 30 years. He has also worked as a business leader for organizations like General Electric and has had his own consulting company. He has been involved in the ministry of healing and wholeness with Isaiah Forty since 1996. Alex takes delight in seeing people realize that Jesus is bigger than they thought and that the Holy Spirit can bring lasting transformation in their lives. He and his wife Tamara have four adult children and three grandchildren. They live in Chicago.
The Rev. Peter Frank is the Rector of Church of the Epiphany in Chantilly, VA, (Senior Associate Rector 2011-14, Rector 2014-present). At Epiphany, Peter has led two facility moves, organized worship at five locations, planned, funded, and completed a $1.5 million building renovation, instituted a new direction for the church, and built outreach relationships with an assisted-living home and a local public school. Before Epiphany, he was the Communications Director for the Diocese of Pittsburgh, the Anglican Communion Network, and the Anglican Church in North America (2004-2009). While in Pittsburgh, Peter was assisting clergy at Nativity in Crafton and Grace Edgeworth and Mount Washington (2008-2011). Peter and his wife Andrea have been married 19 years and have two daughters.
The Rev. Dr. Joel Scandrett is Associate Professor of Theology, founding Director of the Catechesis and Christian Formation Program, and founding former Director of the Robert Webber Center at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA, where he has been training men and women for Anglican ministry since 2012. He has also served as Director of Chapel, helped develop Trinity’s Liturgical Formation program, and was co-editor with JI Packer of the Catechism of the ACNA, To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism. He presently serves the Province on the ACNA Committee for Catechesis and is founding Vice-Chair of the ACNA Society of Anglican Theologians. Joel and his wife, Dr. Karen Scandrett, have been married since 2000 and have three daughters.