Clergy

Rector

The Rev. Paul Jennings was born in Toronto, and studied literature in Toronto, and theology in Montreal and Germany (Tübingen, Wuppertal, and the Predigerseminar Essen).  He was ordained in the Diocese of Montreal in 1991, where he served 2 years in a suburban curacy, 6 years in a rural parish, 2 years at the Cathedral, and 12 years as Director of Pastoral Studies at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College.  He moved to Nova Scotia in 2013 with his wife Elisabeth, who is Minister of St. George’s and St. Andrew’s United Church in Annapolis Royal.  Paul began serving as Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Wilmot in September 2014, and was appointed Rector beginning February 2015.

Rev. Paul Jennings is found third from the left in this photo of the Celebration of New Ministry Service, which was held on Sunday, February 1, 2015 at Holy Trinity.

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Rev. Jennings is standing behind the Advent Wreath at All Saints’ while the Sunday School lights the Advent candles. (December 2014)

 

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Assistant Priest

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Lynn-Uzans-pic.jpgRev Canon Lynn Uzans –

In July, 2018, The Rev Canon Lynn Uzans joined the clergy team as Assistant Priest on a half-time basis (sharing with Fr. Paul who moved to half-time). Prior to her ordination in 1993, Lynn spent her adult life working in the areas of personal and community development (as a Public Health Nurse, Social Worker and Adult Educator). She served in Algoma and Toronto Dioceses prior to moving to N.S. in 2003. She is a former Rector of St James, Kentville and Archdeacon of Annapolis Valley. Lynn currently also serves as the Diocesan Stipendiary Vocations Coordinator. She is married to Elmer and together they have two grown daughters, Drea (a physician in Newfoundland) and Nicole (an Anglican priest in the Tatamagouche area)

 

 

 

Retired Clergy

The Rev. Canon Edward Vaughan served in several parishes in Quebec and Ontario during his ministry. He retired to the Annapolis Valley with his wife Janet. Ed has an active ministry in the Parish of Wilmot, including celebrating and preaching, the treasurer of St. Joseph’s Men’s Guild, and pastoral care coverage when the rector is away. For six years he offered a weekly bible study for parishioners. Ed has a terrific sense of humour, and can often be heard closing gatherings with a little humorous story he found somewhere in his travels.  On Sunday, May 31 we celebrated with Fr. Ed on 50 years in priestly ministry.