Our people and service...
Founder of Flint Stone Media, LLC, Jaime found her way to the steps of St. Joseph's back in 2004. She quickly fell in love with the people and God's presence in this place and became baptized. Jaime then gravitated to the Unplugged service and has been an active member ever since. With a background in marketing, web design, and social media, having her come on board as our Communications Manager was a natural fit!
Marty has been the rector here at Saint Joseph’s for over fourteen years now. A gifted preacher and singer, when he’s not at the altar, he can frequently be found in the kitchen whipping up an amazing meal for a ministry meeting or to support one of our many mission trips. Having grown up in St. Louis, MO, he is an avid baseball fan. His love for the Cardinals is second only to his untiring, inspirational, servant heart for the Body of Christ. Once a Roman Catholic priest, Marty, as he says, “left the Roman church, but not the priesthood.” He was joyfully received into The Episcopal Church. In 2005, Fr. Marty and the vestry had the wisdom and foresight to begin St. Joe’s Unplugged. Marty is married to Dee, the children’s minister here, and has two daughters. See more about his sacred journey here.
Charles Milling is a producer, multi-instrumentalist, educator, arranger, band-leader and songwriter, and is Live Hymnal’s founder! A New Orleans native, NYU and Berklee grad, and lifelong student of music, Charles found a natural musical home in south Florida where worldly musicians thrive. Charles has been with Saint Joseph's since 2004 and is humbled and honored to play and record with Live Hymnal’s stellar cast of musicians and larger-than-life friends.
St. Joseph's Episcopal Church:
3300a S Seacrest Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Wendy's life came full circle back in 2011 when she was appointed as the lead priest for Unplugged. She grew up in St. Joseph's as a child. Her parents helped build this church. And she spent most of her adult life working in and around Saint Joseph's. Wendy was a psychiatric nurse for ten years, a Montessori teacher, a children and youth minister here, and a Chaplain and sacred studies teacher for Saint Joseph's School... and all of this long before hearing the call to priesthood. In 2005, Wendy and her family moved to Alexandria, VA where she attended Virginia Theological Seminary. She was ordained as a priest in 2008 and spent three years working as a priest and then Director of Worship at Washington National Cathedral. In 2010, Saint Joseph's began its search for a priest to lead its Unplugged community. Out of fifty applicants, Wendy was chosen to come home to us. She excitedly began serving here in October of 2011.