Fr. Michael Moyer has been Rector of St. Paul’s since June of 1999. He was born and raised in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. He began the ordination process in the United Church of Christ (UCC), and while at Bangor Seminary (a UCC Seminary) was confirmed into the Episcopal Church. He was later “Anglicanized” at Nashotah House Seminary.
He has an Associates Degree from Montgomery County Community College, in Pennsylvania, a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Maine, a Master of Divinity from Bangor Seminary, and a Master of Sacred Theology from Nashotah House Seminary.
He was ordained a Deacon in June of 1997 Priest in December of that same year. He served as a Parochial Assistant at All Saints’ in Fort Worth, also teaching fourth grade religion classes at All Saints’ Episcopal School.
In July of 2003, he adopted a six year old son from Ukraine. He is a single adoptive parent.
Fr. Moyer is a member of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd -- a religious order in the Anglican Communion. He is a member of many of the Devotional Societies of the Episcopal Church. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors of Diakonia Homeless Shelter in West Ocean City since 2000, and is currently the Chaplain of Camp Agape, a camp run by the Diocese of Easton for children who have at least one parent in prison.
Rev’d Dick Bunting was born and raised in the Selbyville, Delaware area. Graduated from Selbyville High School in June of 1963 receiving an Associate Degree in Applied Science, majoring in Ornamental Horticulture from the University of Delaware in June 1965. Raised in The Methodist Church Tradition until meeting his wife to be Ellen Hudson, an Episcopalian, in Ocean City the Summer of 1965. In 1966 he was confirmed in the Episcopal Church at St. Paul’s by the Sea Episcopal Church in Ocean City. Dick began his journey towards Ordination the fall of 2002. Prior to and after his Ordination as a Vocational Deacon on May 4, 2013, Dick followed his calling as a Hospital Chaplain, retiring from Atlantic General Hospital in March of 2015. In addition to his Diaconal Duties at St Paul’s is active in The Diocese of Easton currently serving as a member of the Commission on Ministry. Dick & Ellen have two grown children, Kathy Bunting-Howarth and Rick Bunting and four grand children.
Susan was born in Berlin and graduated from Worcester Country School in 1984. She graduated from Salisbury University in 1988, majoring in Accounting. She has been the Secretary and treasurer of St. Paul's Episcopal Church since January 2002. She has been married to Wade since 1994 and they have twin daughters, Brooke & Brittany who are 5th generation members of St. Paul's. She has served on the Vestry and Finance Committee, taught Sunday School, and is currently the Treasurer of the Women of St. Paul's.
Jenny Anderson was born and raised in York, Pennsylvania, where she participated in the band, orchestra, and choral programs at York Suburban High School. She took private piano lessons, along with her 5 siblings, and played recorder as well. She attended Towson State University where she studied voice with Shirley Thompson, and graduated with a B.S. in Music Education. She taught vocal music in Baltimore and Harford Counties at the middle and high school level, and retired in 2011. During her teaching tenure,she directed Honors Choirs in Baltimore and Cecil counties. She has served as accompanist for several choral groups, including All-County choruses in Harford County, Cor Rehoboth, and the Bel Air Community Chorus. She has taught piano and voice privately in studios in Harford County and in her home studio. She recently moved to Dagsboro, DE, with her husband and two daughters.
Anthony was born and grew up in Zimbabwe, Southern Africa. He came to the United States in 1970 to study and work. He graduated from George Washington University with a BA in Business Administration (International Business) and worked at the International Monetary Fund from 1972-2002. He began attending services at St Paul’s Berlin in 1973 while visiting his summer home in Ironshire, and St Paul’s became his home church in 2017 upon moving to a full-time home south of Berlin.
My husband and I moved to Ocean City in 2002 from Lancaster, PA after purchasing a B&B in Downtown Ocean City. We moved our family here and lived at the B&B to operate and enjoy all that Ocean City has to offer. He passed away in 2007 from cancer and I sold the business shortly after. I then worked as a Client Service Manager for an Insurance Broker in Ocean City for 9 years.
I met Dave who became my best friend and eventually husband. When Dave became ill, I quit my insurance job to take care of him and help do administrative work for his business. During that time, I got my real estate license so we could form a team once he got back to health. I decided I like to be behind the scenes and would rather help him with the admin side of it and not sales. I recently began a new adventure as a part-time personal assistant and am extremely excited for this opportunity. I am a member of the Ocean City Lioness Club and a former board member of the Ocean City Downtown Association.
When we decided to go back to church, I was raised Catholic and Dave was Presbyterian, so Episcopal seemed like a great choice for us both. Someone I worked with recommended St. Paul’s and we gave it a try and fell in love with the congregation and Fr. Michael. We genuinely love our “church family” and as they say, “the rest is history”. If elected, I look forward to serving St. Paul’s as a member of the Vestry.
Dave and I live in West Ocean City with our two dogs, Molly and Leila. I have two children, both grown, a son Ian and a daughter Ally.
My name is Bill Blackmore and I've been an Episcopalian my whole life. I have been a member of St. Paul's Church since 2016 when my family moved to a house a short distance away from the church.
For many years my work has been in the field of environmental monitoring. My hobbies include vegetable gardening and enjoying the beaches and scenery of Delmarva. My family very much enjoys the worship services, fellowship, and other activities at St. Paul's Church. I am honored to be a member of the vestry and helping the church grow and prosper.
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana September 1, 1957. Deb spent the first two years of her life in Bloomington, Indiana while her father earned his MBA from Indiana University. She grew up in Indianapolis and later Northeastern Ohio (in the Akron and Cleveland area). Her family church home was a Methodist Church in Indianapolis. She graduated from Revere High School in Bath, Ohio in 1975. Then, graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration (marketing major) in 1979. She married Ron in 1979 and have two adult children, Alexandra and Nicholas. Their grandchildren, Matthew and Olivia, were both baptized at St. Paul’s. She attended Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, Ohio where she earned a Masters in Education, specializing in reading. Deb has taught in Medina, Ohio, Sussex County Delaware, Delmar and Snow Hill since her graduation in 1989. She had organized Meals on Wheels in Medina, Ohio, served on various parent support committees in their children’s schools, curriculum committees, was Snow Hill Middle School’s Teacher of the Year, have been the president, treasurer, vice president and representative in neighborhood’s homeowner’s association.
Deb has called St. Paul’s their church home for years, and were confirmed in the spring of 2012. We are dedicated to our children, our community and St. Paul’s. It is an honor to serve St. Paul’s.
I moved to Bethany Beach, De in 2007 from Kemblesville, Pa. and met my wife Patty later that same year. Patty and I enjoyed a lot of the same activities and I knew in short order she was the one for me.
I worked in the food manufacturing industry for 35 years, where I was involved in manufacturing and plant hygene. As part of my job, I trained a lot of my clients employees. After moving here, I began a second career in Real Estate as a way to reduce my travel schedule and now am almost exclusively Real Estate. As an agent, I guide people through the buying and selling process. It gives me a lot of satisfaction when I am able to help people achieve their goals.
I enjoy boating, fishing of all kinds, cooking and photography. I love going to Assateague Island to see and photograph the wildlife. During the Covid lockdown in 2020, I began building fishing rods as a new hobby.
Patty and I live in West OC near the airport with our two dogs Leila and Molly.
When Patty and I were looking for a church to join, St Paul’s Berlin was recommended to us. We found the congregation and especially Fr. Michael and Dick Bunting to be very welcoming. We love our adopted family and enjoy being a part of the community.
William Robert Abel (Bob) was born in Baltimore MD. He lived there until he joined the USAF where he worked with nuclear and conventional weapons. After serving 4 years in the Air Force (with one in Vietnam) he returned to Baltimore. He worked for General Motors for 32 years beginning on the assembly line and working his way up to Logistics and Advanced Model Planning. He also spent 6 years in the Air National Guard based at Andrews Air Force Base. During this time he moved to Frederick, Maryland where he lived until moving to Ocean Pines.
He was born and raised a Lutheran, became a Mormon as a young man. After marrying, he became an Episcopalian. When moving to Ocean Pines, Bob and Betsy spent over a year visiting churches in the area and finally found their home at St. Paul's.
Sandy grew up in Prince George's County just outside of D.C. She went to undergraduate school in Pennsylvania at Dickinson, and then when returned to D.C. and went to graduate school at George Washington University. She has been living on the shore since 1983 with her husband, Roger. They raised two children in St. Paul’s – Michael and Rachael. She started out her career working for the National Park Service (moved here to work at Assateague), then worked for the Navy at Wallops Island for a few years before taking time off to stay at home with her young children. When she went back to work she became a grant writer, and have been successfully doing that since 1994. She now works at the Board of Education of Worcester County, and have been there for 19 years. Her husband and herself enjoy spending time with family, taking walks, going to the beach, and vacationing in the mountains of western Maryland. She loves to read quite a bit and also enjoy watching British murder mysteries on television.
A lifelong member of St Paul’s, Sarah was born in Berlin, graduated from Stuart Hall School in Staunton Virginia, and from Hood College Frederick Maryland where she received a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Community Counseling. Her career in the field of behavioral health has included mental health and addictions work as a direct service provider as well as administrator in both corrections and community settings. She is currently President of the Hope4Recovery Board of Directors, a nonprofit created to establish a certified recovery home in Worcester County. Sarah has served on the Altar Guild since 1999 and this is her 2nd term as a Vestry member. Sarah and her husband Mike each have two children and 4 grandchildren with a 5th expected soon.
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