Rev. Jonathan Kell
The Jonathan M. Kell is a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He served as an assisting priest at Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church in Fairfax, Virginia, and St. Mark’s Reformed Episcopal Church in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania.
He was then called as the rector of St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Flowood, Mississippi where he served until August of 2020 when he was installed as the rector of the Church of Our Saviour.
He holds a B.S. in Bible from Cairn University and a M.Div. from the Reformed Episcopal Seminary. Fr. Jonathan and his wife, Annie, have four children Lily, George, Samuel, and Charles.
Laurie is a lifelong Anglican, having been raised in the Episcopal Church with the 1928 Prayer Book. She joined Church of Our Saviour in 2012 because its liturgy adheres to the traditional form of worship. Laurie served the US Government for more than 35 years and retired from the US Department of Defense as a Senior Executive in 2015 She is now an accredited personal property appraiser.
Steve grew up in Missouri as the son of an evangelical pastor and in 2007 joined Truro Anglican in Fairfax out of a growing appreciation for the liturgy and the foundational Church traditions.
He currently works in the defense industry and has 35 years of US Government experience in Washington and abroad. He and his wife Sarah have five grown children; they live in Ashburn and joined Church of Our Savior to serve God more fully in their local community.
Dan Bell is a retired attorney and currently serves as Register on the Vestry. He has served on the Vestry several times in past years and has been Senior Warden and Junior Warden as well as Register. He and his wife, Criselda, joined the Church of Our Saviour in 1993.
Mary Jo Rigby
Mary Jo is originally from Mobile, Alabama and has lived in Virginia for over 30 years. She has a background in contracts administration/negotiation having worked for both the U.S. Government and the private sector. For over 20 years.
Mary Jo joined Church of Our Saviour in 2006 primarily due to the true teachings of the liturgy as contained in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. She has previously served on the Hospitality Committee as well as the Vestry having held the office of Register.
She and her husband, Charlie live in Haymarket and have 4 grown children, 7 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.
Kelly grew up in Western Pennsylvania, and has served in various church musician roles in the United Methodist church as well as the Episcopal church, where she was introduced to the Book of Common Prayer and the beauty of the liturgy. She was received as a member of the Church of Our Saviour in 2021. Kelly is a mostly retired medical technologist, and enjoys horseback riding, taking Irish language classes, and volunteering for Loudoun Therapeutic Riding. She and her husband Jerry reside in Ashburn Village.
Susan has worshiped at Church of Our Savior since 2019. She and her husband had moved to the area and heard about the church from a friend. They enjoy the liturgy and being introduced to the Book of Common Prayer.
Susan enjoys gardening, cooking and reading.