All Saints’ Chapel Staff
The Rev. Thomas E. Macfie Jr. is the chaplain for the University, and dean of All Saints' Chapel. He holds the degrees of bachelor of arts in history (1980) and master of divinity (1989) from the University of the South, and coordinates the programs of All Saints' Chapel, along with leading worship services.
The Rev. Dr. Melissa M. Hartley is the associate chaplain for the University. She coordinates the worship planning for All Saints' Chapel and shares in the pastoral care of the University. A 1993 graduate of the college, she holds the following degrees: B.A., University of the South; M.Div., S.T.M., General Theological Seminary; Ph.D. (Liturgical Studies), Drew University.
Kasey Taylor is the office coordinator. She is currently attending Middle Tennessee State University pursing a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.
Rob McAlister is the Lay Chaplain for the University. He works alongside the Chaplain and Associate Chaplain in the areas of worship leadership, weekly programming, and relational ministry with the student body. A graduate of the college in 2012, Rob holds a B.A. in religion. Phone: (931) 598 1251
Dixon Myers is the Coordinator of Outreach Ministries at Sewanee. He administers the University's diverse outreach program, which ranges from building houses on campus to reaching out to those in need in foreign countries. He received his bachelor’s degree from Millsaps College. Phone: (931) 598 1156
Dr. Robert Delcamp is a professor in the University’s music department and serves as University Organist and Choirmaster. He coordinates music for All Saints’ Chapel and is director of the University Choir. He holds degrees from the University of Cincinnati and Northwestern University.
Parks Greene is the assistant organist for All Saints' Chapel and The School of Theology. He holds degrees in organ performance from Emory University and Mercer University, where his teachers were Dr. Timothy Albrecht and Dr. Robert Parris, respectively.
The Rev. Dr. Robert MacSwain is an associate priest and assistant professor of theology and Christian ethics at The School of Theology. He holds the following degrees: B.A. Liberty University; M. Div., Princeton Theological Seminary; M. Th., University of Edinburgh; Postgraduate Diploma, Virginia Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of St. Andrews.
The Rev. Dr. James F. Turrell is an associate priest and associate professor of liturgics and the history of liturgics at The School of Theology. He holds the following degrees: B.A., M.Div. from Yale University; M.A., Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University.
The Rev. Dr. Julia Gatta is an associate priest and associate professor of pastoral theology at The School of Theology. She holds the following degrees: B.A., St. Mary's College; Notre Dame, Ind.; M.A., Ph.D., Cornell University; and M.Div., Episcopal Divinity School.
John Bordley is the University Carillonneur.