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Meet Our Staff



J. Dudley Weaver, Jr.


J. Dudley Weaver, Jr., has served as pastor of Memorial Presbyterian since March 2007. Prior to coming to Memorial, he served as Pastor and Head of Staff of First Presbyterian Church in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Weaver has also served congregations in South Carolina including First Presbyterian Church, Savannah, Georgia, and Westminster Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina. He is the author of “Presbyterian Worship: A Guide for Clergy”, two congregational histories, and several small publications including “When Your Child Is Baptized: What Parents Need to Know,” “Last Things: A Christian Perspective on Death,” “A Presbyterian Primer,” and “Worship Notes for the Church Bulletin.” Dr. Weaver is a graduate of King College, Bristol, Tennessee, and Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

He and his wife Mary have two adult children. Paul, a young adult case manager with a psychiatric hospital in Atlanta, and his wife Amber have two children, Olivia Ann and Isaac Dudley. Sarah is a librarian in West Columbia, SC, who shares her home and life with her kitty and lots of good books.


W. Hunter Camp, II

Associate Pastor

Hunter serves Memorial Presbyterian as Associate Pastor with specific responsibility for ministry to and with young adults, young families, and college students. Hunter is a Florida native. He is a graduate of Flagler College and Columbia Theological Seminary from which he received both his master and doctoral degrees. In addition to his duties at MPC, Hunter works with community groups and presbytery committees. He also occasionally teaches world religions at Flagler College and writes a monthly column for the St. Augustine media outlet, Totally St. Augustine.

Hunter enjoys surfing, fishing, reading, writing, walking on the beach, and spending time with his family. He is married to the Reverend Amy Camp and they have one child, William.



Amy Lehr Camp

Director of Pastoral Ministries

The Reverend Amy Lehr Camp received her M.Div. from Columbia Theological Seminary in 2000. She has a Certificate in Spiritual Formation also from Columbia. Her special interests in ministry are pastoral care, addiction & recovery, trauma & grace, and spiritual practices. She loves to read, jog on the beach, spend time with friends, play with her dog Dixie, and hang out with her family.



Anne Reid Broos

Director of Children’s Ministries

Anne Reid Broos joined our church staff in June of 2010 as Director of Children’s Ministries and later became full-time on staff as the Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries. Anne Reid received her BA in Secondary Education and English from Clemson University and a Masters of Arts in Christian Education from Princeton Theological Seminary. She previously served as the Director of Student Ministries at First Presbyterian Church in Pensacola, Florida. Anne Reid and her husband, Adam, an officer in the United States Navy, have one daughter, Clara Jane.



Paula O’Connor

Church Office Administrator

Paula O’Connor is the Church Office Administrative Secretary/ Wedding Coordinator and our “go-to” person. Paula joined the church staff in 2006 and is level one certified in Church Administration through the Administrative Personnel Association (PCUSA). Paula also serves as Memorial’s Wedding Coordinator and is the first person a couple seeking to be married at Memorial will speak with. Paula works with couples as they prepare for their weddings at MPC. All of our Wedding Coordinators are committed to the sanctity of the wedding ceremony and can help with all the special details at the church. Paula says, “Making your wedding at Memorial Presbyterian Church a beautiful and memorable experience is what I LOVE to do.” Paula can be reached at 904-829-6451 or at



Helen Briggs

Financial Secretary

Helen Briggs joined the church staff in 2007 and serves as part-time Financial Secretary in the church office. Also working with Helen in the Finance Office are Mary Ann Deus and wonderful volunteers Margaret Ann Edmiston, Betty Daniel, Barbara Aitken, Beverly Stuart, and Beverly Pennington.



Regina Rogers

Presbyterian Day School Director

I have been working with preschool children for 20 years. I started as a teacher’s aide when my family and I relocated to Florida from New York in 1994. This school year will mark my 16th year at PDS. In 2007 I accepted the director’s position. I received the Child Development Associated Credential in 1998 and my Florida Director’s Credential in 2003. I am the mother of three wonderful young adults, Amber age 27, Peter age 24, and Christa age 22. I feel God has placed me with children and each year I feel blessed to be a small part of their lives.



David Stanevich

Memorial’s Facilities Manager

David Stanevich has served as Memorial’s Facilities Manager since 2007 David is responsible for the maintenance and preservation of the church facilities and grounds, and oversight of the janitorial staff which includes Rich Carraher, Head Custodian–, and Deena McDowell–



Rich Carraher

Head Custodian

I was born in Kankakee, Illinois. We lived in a rural area (small neighborhood surrounded by corn fields). My childhood buddies from there are still buddies to this day. My 1950’s/60’s childhood is right out of the novels. It was a wonderful experience.

I have been in Florida for 21 years now, much of that time on the west coast where I worked for Pasco County. There, I was in charge of all the navigational lights and signs and channels in the county waters of the Gulf-of-Mexico. I was also responsible for planning and developing and working on the Artificial Reef Program, in which I coordinated a team to deploy tons of concrete, and even the sinking of a large concrete sail boat I raised and cleaned.

I am married to Eva Linkaite, who is from the country of Latvia.

I have been employed as ‘Head Custodian’ at MPC since 2011. I hope and plan on working here until I retire.



Deena McDowell



Ray McDonald

Director of Music and Organist

Ray McDonald is Director of Music and Organist of Memorial Presbyterian Church. Before coming to Memorial in 2006, he was Organist and Choir Director of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Jacksonville for twelve years and has served as a church musician in many denominations for over thirty years. Ray studied organ with Dr. Egbert Ennulat, a student of German organist Helmut Walcha, at the University of Georgia, graduating with a Bachelor of Music in Church Music. After college, he worked as an apprentice organ builder at the Flentrop organ factory in The Netherlands. After years of piano and organ teaching and church work, Ray returned to college. He received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and began a second career. Ray is an active member of the American Guild of Organists and has served as Dean of the Jacksonville Chapter.


Kris Kelly

Children’s Music Director and as director of the Jubilee Choir

Kris Kelly serves as Memorial’s Children’s Music Director and as director of the Jubilee Choir. She is ably assisted in this ministry by Dorothy Dornblaser, director of the Cherub Choir, and accompanist Janet Landers. Judy Robb works closely with Dorothy in the supervison and encouragement of the youngest of our singers.



Cheryl Kenney

Culinary Director

Cheryl Kenney is the Culinary Director at Memorial Presbyterian Church. Cheryl previously owned and operated an upscale catering service, which delivered fine meals to homes and businesses.


Lee Kutschke

Nursery Director

I’m from Illinois where I worked for a major hospital as an Unbilled Accounts Representative in Medical Records. Relocated to Arizona where I was a Paraprofessional with disabled special education children. Married to Fred Kutschke. Currently Director of MPC Nursery. I Lilke walking, bowling. gardening and playing games on the internet.



Kathryn Sikes

Director of Youth Ministry

Katherine Sykes is the Director of Youth Ministry. She is responsible for ministry to MPC’s 6th-12th-grade students. Prior to this position, she served the youth group as an intern for three years. Katherine is a graduate of Flagler College with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Youth Ministry. Katherine is originally from Arlington, Texas. She relocated to St. Augustine in 2011 to attend Flagler College. Before coming to St. Augustine, Katherine was a member of Glowing Heart Ministries, with which she traveled to different churches to lead worship and Bible study for middle and high school students. Katherine enjoys going to the beach, reading, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her cat, Simba.