The Rev. Keith Pozzuto is the first full-time college missioner in Waco.

“Keith has deep experience in a variety of different contexts, all of which have prepared him to effectively lead the Baylor Episcopal campus ministry,” Bishop Doyle said. “We want to see this ministry expand beyond Baylor to McLennan Community College and Texas State Technical College and Keith’s energy, fresh ideas and collaborative spirit will serve our missional values well,” he added.

Raised in the Episcopal Church, Keith graduated from Geneva College, a Christian liberal arts school in Beaver Falls, PA with a Bachelor of Science in Community Ministry. He earned his M.Div. from Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA and was ordained in the Diocese of Pittsburgh where he served as a youth minister and later as rector of Christ Church, Brownsville, PA.

“Keith’s experience is leading evangelism efforts and his passion for missional ministry make him uniquely gifted for this new role,” Bishop Doyle said, “We look forward to a growing ministry with young adults in the Waco area through his leadership and in collaboration with our three Episcopal congregations there.”

In his spare time, Pozzuto enjoys reading “extremely long history books,” gardening and singing along with Some epic board games and lounging watching TV, with an eclectic take on music, ask him about Chris Cross or Stavesacre. He and his wife Melinda have two adult children, Samantha (Sam) and Gregory.

We also have lots of other fantastic clergy in the Waco area who have pledged their support to the Episcopal Student Center.

The Rev. Ray Waldon

The Rev. Raymond J. Waldon graduated from Virginia Seminary with a Master of Divinity in 1995 and was a classmate of Diocese of Texas Bishop, C. Andrew Doyle. “Fr. Ray”, as he likes to be called, holds Bachelor’s degrees in both English and Journalism from Louisiana Tech with a focus on Broadcast Media. He also attended the Paul M. Hebert School of Law at LSU in Baton Rouge and has continuing education hours in marriage counseling, stewardship, and church growth. Fr. Ray envisions a parish where all people are welcome and where all can grow in their relationship to God.

Prior to serving as Rector of St. Paul’s, he was the Dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Salt Lake City. He is a recipient of two Governor’s awards and a Presidential Citation for giving aid during National emergencies. His extensive resume includes serving the broader church in various callings work with abused children, Diocesan Clergy Deputy, Province Clergy Representative, President of the Standing Committee, and Vice President of the Diocesan Council. He served on the faculty of a local seminary in Anglicanism and Liturgy. Fr. Ray also served as a Diocesan Examining Chaplain and served on the Commission on Ministry. He is a noted retreat and stewardship leader.

He is also a leader within the greater Episcopal Church, past Vice President of the Executive Committee of the Diocese of Utah, and a member of the Ecclesiastical Court. During the Triennial General Convention of 2015, he provided critical leadership as the Cathedral hosted thousands of Episcopalians from across the globe and as the House of Bishops elected Michael Curry as the 27th Presiding Bishop from the nave of the Cathedral. He has also preached on the world-wide webcast carried through the Episcopal Church’s portal.

Before ordination, he was an award-winning broadcaster and journalist. Fr. Ray enjoys golfing, is working on completing a book on prayers, and enjoys studying biographies, philosophy, and history. He has been married to Lisa, his wife, for 38 years. They have two adult children and three toddler grandchildren, ages one, two and three… all boys!

The Rev. Jason Ingalls

Jason grew up in Tomball, TX. He met and married his wife Dr. Monique Ingalls while they were in college in Arkansas, and they have traveled the world since, moving first to New Jersey, then Nashville, Toronto, Cambridge (England), and now Waco. He grew up in Baptist and non-denominational churches but found a spiritual home in The Episcopal Church with its rich liturgy and strong connection to our mothers and fathers in faith. He attended Princeton Theological Seminary and Wycliffe College, Toronto, to prepare for ministry and served as a youth minister, InterVarsity campus staff, professional fundraiser, founder of the Scholar-Priest Initiative, and assistant priest before taking up his role as Rector of Church of the Holy Spirit. More than anything, he loves to see people young and old learning to love and follow Jesus with their whole hearts, souls, minds, and strengths. When he’s not sporting his clerical collar around town, Father Jason loves to run, play board games, and indulge his life-long fascination with all things Star Wars.


The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman

The Rev. Aaron M. G. Zimmerman

Aaron was born in Houston, but his childhood took him to Mexico City; Washington, D.C.; Stockholm, Sweden; and Los Angeles, California, before finally settling in his hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

After earning a B.A. magna cum laude in History of Science at Harvard, Aaron spent two years with an educational non-profit in Kazakhstan. Aaron later worked as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and as an Executive Compensation Analyst with H.J. Heinz in Pittsburgh.

He received his Master of Divinity from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry in 2008. Before coming to St. Alban’s, he served churches in Pittsburgh and Houston. Aaron is a contributor to the Mockingbird blog and magazine, and President of the Board of Directors of Mockingbird Ministries.

Aaron’s wife, Andrea, is originally from Michigan, and holds two degrees from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She has worked in church ministry, apparel design, and as a non-profit director. Currently she works in event planning and project management for Waco ISD. Married since 2002, Aaron and Andrea are proud parents of three children.

paulPastor Paul Krupicka

Pastor Paul has served as Pastor of St. Matthew Lutheran Church since September 2003.  Prior to that he served Christ Lutheran Church in Georgetown, Trinity Lutheran Church in Stonewall, and Grace Lutheran Church in Eagle Lake (all in Texas).  He received his BA from Baylor University in 1976, and his Masters of Divinity from Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa in 1980.   Pastor Paul also currently serves on the Board of Directors of Lutheran Sunset Ministries in Clifton, Texas.

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