Alice (she/her/hers) began as our Pastor (Stated Supply) in April of 2020, a few weeks into Clarendon Presbyterian entering into the age of virtual worship. She is investing her time getting to know the rich stories of the CPC Community, leading the community in worship, providing pastoral care, and listening for ways that CPC can continue to invest in being a neighbor to the Arlington and Northern VA community. As part of her work at Clarendon, Alice serves on the Strategy Team for VOICE and is active in the National Capital Presbytery.
Alice is celebrating 11 years of ordained ministry with experience serving as the Associate Pastor and Interim Pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Ithaca, NY (2010-2014) and as the Associate Pastor and Deputy Head of Staff at The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington DC (2014-2020). Prior to ordination, Alice served as the Youth Director at Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Alexandria, VA (2008-2010).
She holds a Masters in Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a BA with honors in International Studies from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. She is currently pursuing a certificate on Executive Leadership for female leaders through Iron Sharpening Iron, a Lily Endowment funded program through Princeton Theological Seminary. For the National Capital Presbytery, she is a member of the Committee on Ministry Specialized Ministry committee. She has previously served on the Racism Task Force and as Moderator/ Vice Moderator of the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic.
Alice lives in Arlington with her husband, two young children, and not so young black Labrador mix. For centering and sometimes as a form of prayer, Alice enjoys running outside, yoga, and gardening.
Cell phone: 202-805-3720
Blair (she/her/hers) has been serving as Director of Mission since May 2019. She loves joining with the congregation to work for justice with neighbors in Arlington and beyond through the church’s organizing and service ministries. Blair comes to Clarendon after working as a social worker in homeless services and trauma-informed therapy. She was ordained in February 2020 in National Capital Presbytery, and formerly served the church as a PC(USA) Young Adult Volunteer and fellow at the Office of Public Witness. Blair also is the site coordinator for the PC(USA) Young Adult Volunteer Site in Washington, DC. She lives with her husband and son in Arlington.
Beth (she/her/hers) joined CPC staff in 2017. She offers administrative support to church leaders and the congregation on an ongoing basis. Beth lives in Springfield with her wife and 3 cats.