The Rev. Emily Judin Krudys, Transitional Deacon-in-Charge/Vicar. (804) 883-5943, firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily is delighted to be serving as the transitional deacon-in-charge at Church of our Saviour, and God willing, she will continue to serve as the Vicar after her ordination as a priest in December 2018. She previously served as a transitional deacon and seminarian intern at St. Mark’s, Richmond, and at St. Thomas, Richmond. She received her Post-graduate Degree in Anglican Studies from Virginia Theological Seminary and her Masters of Divinity from Union Presbyterian Seminary. Emily engaged in clinical pastoral work in the Richmond area at Chippenham and Johnston-Willis hospitals, as well as within the VCU Health System. During seminary she also worked in community development in the northside neighborhood of Richmond.
Prior to entering into ordained ministry, Emily practiced law in Washington, D.C. and in Richmond with her husband, Mark. They have two daughters, Hannah, who lives in Santa Monica, California, and Katherine who is currently working in Kigali, Rwanda. Outside of church, Emily loves traveling with family and friends, swimming and biking, and watching historical period movies.
Office Administrator: Cindy Huber (804) 883-5943, email@example.com
Cindy joined Church of Our Saviour in September 2018, as the Parish Administrator and Communications Director. She has lived in various areas of Virginia, spending most of her life in Northern Virginia, before recently relocating to Richmond. Cindy brings with her a diverse skill set, following a 15 year career in security management and law enforcement. After becoming disabled due to a back injury, she furthered her education by earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Old Dominion University. In the last 10 years, she has held part-time positions working with children, as well as served as an administrative assistant in another church setting. In her free time, Cindy enjoys keeping up with her extensive family (especially her grandnieces and grandnephews), and exploring Richmond. She loves going fishing whenever there is a chance.
Music Director: Jane Barthurst
Jane grew up on a farm in Kansas and at the age of 13 started playing the organ for church and has never stopped. She got her Master’s degree from Kansas University and moved to Richmond where she taught Special Ed for 38 years before retiring.
Her interests include playing the piano, reading, and gardening. She volunteers at Lewis Ginter and the COS garden.Jane enjoys traveling with her husband, Lynwood and so far they’ve made it to all 50 states and have more adventures waiting. Special times happen when she goes fishing with her son, Steven, who lives in Ashland, and also when she gets together with her daughter, Katie, and her 6 children who are home-schooled.
Jane has served as organist/choir director at COS for almost 20 years now.
Nursery Director: Betty Jones
Betty lovingly cares for our youngest members in the nursery every Sunday from 9am to 11:15pm.
Facilities Care: Oscar Stiles
Oscar has been with Church of Our Saviour since 1997, caring for our church and facilities for over 21 years. A life-long resident of Hanover County, he started his business in 1986 with both his wife of 55 years, Portia, and his daughter, Benita. Aptly named “We Three Janitorial Services”, Oscar is proud of the business he and his family have built, and he loves his work here at Church of Our Saviour. Additionally, Oscar enjoys photography is his spare time and has served as a Deacon at his home church, Mount Zion in Louisa County, for 50 years.