Our rector is The Rev. Polly H. Robb. Polly came to Saint Luke’s in the summer of 2019. After two decades working in education as a teacher and administrator, Polly went back to school and received her MDiv. from The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Polly and her husband, Robert, moved to Scottsboro from Huntsville, AL. They have three grown children and two grandchildren. Polly enjoys reading, riding her bicycle, and writing sermons on the dock.
Polly serves the Diocese of Alabama in several capacities. She is a member of the Bishop’s Commission on Ministry and the diocesan Christian Formation committee. She is also one of four deputies from Alabama to The General Convention of the Episcopal Church in 2022. Polly is dedicated to creating a loving and dynamic Christ-centered ministry that strengthens the community of faith and inspires people to live with hope and work for God’s justice and peace.
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ORGANIST/PIANIST needed: Saint Luke’s is seeking a part-time organist and/or pianist for our Sunday morning worship service at 10:15 a.m. We offer competitive compensation ($200 per Sunday for organists) and a friendly working environment. Familiarity with the liturgy of the Episcopal Church is helpful. Our organist selects hymns appropriate to the liturgical season and works with choir members to offer occasional anthems, solos, and feast day music. Persons interested in applying, please contact Polly Robb at email@example.com.
Jane Major is a Seminarian in her second year of the MDiv curriculum at Sewanee, The University of the South. Jane holds a B.A. in English and Classical Civilization from the University of Mississippi, an M.Ed. in English from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a law degree from Cumberland School of Law. Jane attended Cursillo in 2011, completed EfM training in 2014, and received certification in Spiritual Direction from Metagem Institute in 2019.
A Birmingham native, she is the mother of two children: a son, Hagan, who lives in New York, and a daughter, Liz, who lives in Nashville with her husband Drew. Jane retired in 2019 after teaching English for 25 years. In her free time she enjoys reading and walking with her dog, Oliver. Her home parish is Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church, Birmingham.
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Our Parish Administrator, Margie Ford, has been with Saint Luke’s since December 2016. Margie handles all financial matters such as accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. She creates and publishes the weekly bulletin and newsletter.
Margie moved to Scottsboro in 2016, from the Tampa Bay area of Florida. She graduated from Hodges University with a degree in paralegal studies. She has 12 years of legal experience.
Margie is married to Cliff Ford, and along with her two dogs, Cotton and Bridget, is enjoying living in Scottsboro. Margie has a tremendous love for animals. She volunteered for American Maltese Rescue, Flagler County Humane Society, Southeastern Guide Dogs, and was an Audubon Eagle Watch volunteer for 12 years.
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Alicia Bell is our Bookkeeper. She has been a member of Saint Luke’s since 1974, when her parents moved the family to Scottsboro. She and husband Brett raised their two daughters, Courtney and Carley, at Saint Luke’s.
Alicia graduated from Auburn University in 1993 with a degree in Accounting. She has earned a Master’s in Mathematics Education and Administration and holds an Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Leadership.
Alicia taught for 24 years in Arab (4 yrs) and Scottsboro (20 years) before “retiring” to commute to Trenton, GA where she is now an 8th grade mathematics and Algebra I teacher at Dade Middle School.
Contact her via email: Abbell@scottsboro.org
Courtney Bell is Saint Luke’s Communications Associate creating content for publicity materials and the church newsletter, the Scoop, managing the church website and maintaining a social media presence.
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Jacob Raulerson is a 20 year old junior at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. His major is Music with an emphasis in Technology, and my minor is Computer Science. His home parish is Epiphany in Guntersville where his dad, The Reverend Father Aaron, serves as the priest. He looks forward to not only getting the youth of St. Luke’s more involved with diocesan events, but also to participate in thoughtful conversations about faith, spirituality, and the everyday walk with Christ.