Rev. James Basinger
Jim and Donna arrived at Oatlands in October of 2013. Prior to that they served All Saints Episcopal Church in Anchorage, AK.
Jim was graduated from Texas A&M and the Virginia Theological Seminary. In between these 2 institutions, he served in the Army for 2 years.
Jim was a presbyter in the Episcopal Church for over 39 years, and now happily serves as a presbyter in the Reformed Episcopal Church.
Criselda Ortiz Bell serves as Senior Warden and heads the Altar Guild. She is a retired attorney and lives near Purcellville, VA, with her husband, Daniel L. Bell. She has been a member of the Church of Our Saviour since 1993.
Member of Our Saviour since 1993, and devout acolyte at 8:00 am service. Consultant to classic car collectors, representing buyers and sellers nationwide and internationally. Licensed Realtor in Northern Virginia.
John Lord has worked for the past 14 years as Energy Education Specialist for Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia. Mr. Lord is a Certified Energy Manager. Mr. Lord holds several other certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers including Certified Sustainable Development Professional, Certified Demand Side Management Professional, Certified Energy Auditor and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional. Mr. Lord is also licensed teacher in Virginia with 10 years of classroom experience. Mr. Lord Currently serves as the President of the National Capital Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers. In addition, he serves on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government’s Climate, Energy & Environmental Policy Committee.
Dean Worcester has been a member of Church of Our Saviour since 1983. He is a graduate of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School for Boys in Alexandria, VA and Hampden-Sydney College. He has been in the legal profession in Loudoun County for over 40 years. He resides with his wife, Tammy in Upperville, VA.
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.