Fr. Robbie 'Hal' Scott, Ph.D.
Fr. Hal was born in Austin TX and grew up in Central Texas. He graduated from Southwest Texas State University (BA) in San Marcos, TX; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv, PhD); Trident University (MBA); and the Naval War College (Diploma). He is a 28-year veteran of the US Navy Chaplain Corps and is a Board Certified Clinical Chaplain. He is committed to a biblical, historic, and Spirit empowered faith and the desire to grow in union with Christ Jesus. Fr. Hal enjoys riding his bicycle and spending time with his granddaughter, Meredith. His wife, Debbie, is a retired manager from the Navy Exchange and loves to serve and spend time with Meredith. Hal and Debbie have four adult children: Joel and his wife Anne; Stephen, currently in the Army; Susannah and her daughter Meredith; and Jordan. Hal grew up in the Baptist faith and during his time in the Chaplain Corps he experienced and later became part of the beauty and spiritual reality of the historic church. Hal and Debbie were overjoyed to come to San Angelo after his military service. He has been the rector at the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd since July 2017.
Rev. June Smith, Ph.D.
June is a blessing to all who know her, and shares her faith with joy and conviction. As a professor at Angelo State, mother of two beautiful daughters, and last but not least the wife of columnist Rick Smith, she is a wonderful Christian example of a Proverbs 31:10-31 women. We are blessed to have her at Good Shepherd.
The Right Rev. Dr. J. Mark Zimmerman
Bishop of the Diocese of the South West
The Right Rev. Dr. J. Mark Zimmerman was consecrated as the first Bishop of the Anglican Church in North America’s Diocese of the Southwest on February 28, 2014, at St. Clement’s Church, El Paso, TX. Bishop Zimmerman (M.Div 1986, Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA) is the nineteenth alumnus of Trinity School for Ministry to be consecrated as a Bishop. Before becoming Bishop, Bishop Zimmerman spent fifteen years serving in Somerset, PA, first as rector of St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church, and subsequently as rector of Somerset Anglican Fellowship. In January 2014, Mark and his wife, Cindy, moved to Albuquerque, NM to begin their new ministry.