Staff

Steph

 

stephStephanie Smith

Pastor CITN Northampton and Director of CITN Northampton College Internship Program

A Lutheran (ELCA) pastor for fourteen years, Steph serves as our full-time pastor of Cathedral in the Night Northampton. Her work is based on the conviction that faith must be grounded in justice work as we are God's hands in the world.

 

 

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Chris

 

ChrisChris Carlisle

 

An Episcopal priest for over thirty years, Chris Carlisle is co-founder of Cathedral in the Night, Greenfield, Director of the Building Bridges Veterans initiative of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, and Executive Producer of the "Street Stories" media project. Chris’s greatest passions are writing and chasing after his kids. 

 


Lance

 

lanceLance Humphrey

Minister

Lance Humphrey is a Licensed Minister with the UCC of Hampshire and Franklin Associations.  He serves as Associate Pastor for United Congregational Church of Holyoke, and Faith and Ministry Leader for Cathedral in the Light, Greenfield.  He lives with his family in Granby, Massachusetts and owns a business in Chicopee, MA.  He loves to share God's grace with others and help them see and experience God wherever they are.

 


 

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dawn Orluske

Seminary Student

Dawn Orluske is a Master of Divinity student at Andover Newton Theological School. She is a member of Haydenville Congregational Church and is interested in Interfaith work and Chaplaincy. She loves the Cathedral community and all that it brings to enriching her life. (See Dawn in the white glasses to the left!)

 

 


 

nina photoNina Gagnon

Intern

Nina is a senior at Smith and has been with CITN since February of 2014. She's a French and religion major and hopes to pursue social work for trauma survivors after graduation. She is so grateful for the community that Cathedral has provided during her college experience and cannot believe this is her last semester working here!

 

 


 

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Anne Ryan

INTERN

Anne Ryan is a nontraditional student at Mount Holyoke College majoring in Religion. She has a minor in Africana Studies and also studies Ethnomusicology. She is interested in the intersection of faith and social justice. One of her favorite things is sharing music and being in loving community with others. At Cathedral in the Night, she feels blessed to do this every week.

 

 



 

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