The Reverend Andrew John Archie, Rector
is in the midst of serving his twentieth year as the Rector of The Church of St. Michael & St. George. Prior to moving to Missouri, he served for twelve years as rector of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Purcellville, Virginia. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and the Virginia Episcopal Seminary. He also serves on the faculty of Leadership In Ministry.


The Rev. Peter Speropulos, Assistant Rector, 
has been at The Church of Saint Michael & Saint George since August 2017, returning to St. Louis after serving at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Central Florida. He has a BA in Historical Theology and Church History from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and a Master of Divinity at Covenant Theological Seminary. Before seminary, Peter taught High School Bible and Humanities in a classical school and served a mission for two years in New York City.  Peter is married to Jess and they have two daughters, Lucy Pearl and Sylvie Rose. 


The Rev. Tom Albinson, Assistant Rector,  was a priest in the Church of England serving the combined parishes of St. Giles’ and St. Margaret’s in Oxford, England. He has been ordained for seven years. Tom is married to St. Louis native Anna and comes with a dog named Steve.



The Rev. Anne Hunter Kelsey,
Priest Associate
The Rev. Anne Hunter Kelsey served as the rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in St. Louis for thirteen years and prior to that several parishes in the Diocese of California. She is a graduate of Mills College and the Church Divinity School of the Pacific. She holds a certificate of theology from Ripon College, Oxford, U.K. and has been affiliated with The Church of St. Michael & St. George since she retired from full-time parish ministry in 2013.


The Rev. Dr. Stewart Clem, Priest Associate
The Rev. Stewart Clem, Ph.D. has been at The Church of St. Michael & St. George since summer 2019, after serving six years in the Diocese of Northern Indiana. He holds degrees in theology and philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, Duke Divinity School, and Oklahoma State University, and he is currently Assistant Professor of Moral Theology and Director of the Ashley-O’Rourke Center for Health Ministry Leadership at Aquinas Institute of Theology. He is married to Molly, and together they have four daughters.