The Venerable Carl J. Eyberg
The Ven. Fr. Carl Eyberg currently serves The Church of the Holy Spirit – Anglican in Tulsa, OK. He is also Archdeacon in The Diocese of CANA East. He is married to Janet, and has five children and four grandchildren. A lifelong Anglican with an M.Div from Trinity, and additional D.Min coursework, Carl is very interested in clergy formation, and the coherent development of the ACNA.
Don has been married 47 years to Pamela. Together they have three children and six grandchildren.
Don is a retired Advertising Art Director, previously working both in Tulsa and San Francisco. Don and Pam are both founding members of Church of the Holy Spirit. Don served as a vestry member for twelve years, including the roles of Sr. and Jr. Warden, and sat on two building committees.
Don has a background in outreach, founding several ministries, and sitting on the board of directors of four ministries in Tulsa.
Don and Pam moved to Nashville in 2008 with a granddaughter and her music. Don was ordained as a Deacon by Archbishop Foley Beach in 2015.
Returning to Tulsa in 2016, Don is ministering through Church of the Holy Spirit as a home and hospital visitation minister.
The Vestry is composed of elected lay members and ordained presbyters of Church of the Holy Spirit. The Vestry governs the administrative affairs of the local church —hiring, space, budget, to list a few— and provides advice and counsel to the Rector and clergy on the direction of the church’s ministry.
With a deep faith since childhood, Brenda was drawn by the history and beauty of Anglicanism and found her home at Church of the Holy Spirit in 1998. She has served in various roles in the church throughout the years. Currently, in addition to Sr. Warden, she provides training to altar ministers – acolytes, lectors, and chalice bearers – and serves as a resource for child development and communication. Brenda is a speech-language pathologist and an alumna of the University of Tulsa with a meaningful career working in the public school, university, and private practice settings. She is an avid chef and lifelong scholar who loves to read, paint, and travel.
Roy and his wife, Becky, moved to Broken Arrow in 2016 from Northern Virginia where they were members of the Falls Church. They immediately found a new home at Church of the Holy Spirit Anglican. Roy is Dean of the Northeastern State University Broken Arrow campus and teaches courses in the College of Business and Technology. His career has included 24 years of active duty in the U.S. Navy and over 10 years as an executive in the Department of Defense. Roy enjoys running and biking, research and writing, and an occasional golf outing.
Bud and his wife, Sheryl, moved to Tulsa from Arlington, Texas in December 2012. He first attended a Sunday service at CHSA 2 weeks later and was quickly sold on the warm outgoing people and the Anglican service. During his time in Tulsa, he volunteered as a driver for disabled veterans, tutored math at Jenks Elementary, served on an Election Board, served on a scholarship committee for the Elks, and assisted with youth baseball. Before coming to Tulsa, he served 26 years as an Army Officer, 17 years as a Manager for International Programs with Lockheed Martin, and 7 years as a part-time employee for Northrup Grumman. Both Bud and Sheryl love Tulsa and CHSA, and live near their daughter, son-in- law, and 3 granddaughters. Life is good!
Craig grew up in the Mid-Atlantic area – the garden part of the garden state, as a cradle Episcopalian. Further education called him to leave the colonies to attend The University of Oklahoma in the fall of 1967 resulting in a B.A. degree. He met his wife, Michaela (Mickey), while at OU and the two were married in 1978. They have 2 daughters and 4 grandchildren. Professionally, Craig has been a purchasing agent for two oil field pump and supply companies over the past 40 years.
In 2015, Craig chose to make CHSA his home parish and decided to get involved with small groups – the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, adult Christian education, and the Prayer and Praise events. This proved to be an effective way to become acclimated to the parish and its people. He deeply appreciates all those who have reached out to him, which has made him more keenly aware of his role in reaching out to newcomers.
Devon came to Tulsa eleven years ago from Nashville, Tennessee, where he worked as a musician for more than two decades. He subsequently held various executive management positions in the aviation industry. He still enjoys playing guitar, keyboards and music composition as an avocation and is a frequent contributor in the church’s music ministry.
Lisa and her husband, Jim, and their 2 daughters began attending CHSA in 2004. Both Lisa and Jim have served in various capacities over the years. Lisa serves as a lector, is involved in the music ministry and the chancel choir, occasionally makes baptismal cloths for the altar guild, sat on a discernment committee, and taught a Financial Peace University class with Jim. They really “feel the love” among the church family and enjoy absorbing all the great education at Wednesday evening classes. Lisa works part-time as a regulatory compliance analyst and engineering tech in the oil and gas industry, and when she’s not cooking or shuttling kids, she can be found quilting and sewing.
Since becoming a member at CHSA, Phillip has willingly served as a lector, acolyte, homilist, and adult Christian education teacher. During the week, he teaches students the disciplines of Classical Latin, Classical Greek, and Theology. He holds an M.A. in Biblical Languages and an M.A. in New Testament.
Phillip considers himself a suppliant to the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, giving thanks to the Father for his steadfast love and for pouring out his Spirit upon us. “Lord, to whom shall we go?” Soli Deo Gloria.
Shane, his wife, Julie, and son, Aidan, found CHSA through the church web page while seeking something more in line with orthodox Christianity. After visiting and feeling that many of the liturgical writings resonated with us, the family joined the church and Shane and Julie were later confirmed as Anglicans. Since that time, Shane had the pleasure of attending CANA Synod as a lay delegate, assisting as chalice bearer and lector, and being a part of church music with his trumpet. Shane and Julie have truly enjoyed being in a liturgical and orthodox community, and Aidan has enjoyed being introduced to marshmallow cream in hot chocolate by Fr. Carl.