About St. Luke’s, its Clergy, Staff and Vestry

In 2020, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will celebrate its 70th anniversary. Its history is one of early challenges, determined growth, influence and vigor. Today St. Luke’s is driven by new energy and rejuvenation. At its heart is a core of dedicated faithful Christians devoted to the service of our Lord, Jesus Christ. This is an exciting time in the life of St. Luke’s, and you and your family are heartily invited to be a part of it. St. Luke’s is home to the Park Cities Day School (PCDS), providing preschool, daycare, and infant care. We are grateful for this friendship with PCDS and for the work they do to serve families in our community. We suggest our parishioners consider this school option, keeping in mind the 30 percent tuition reduction PCDS offers St. Luke’s members. St. Luke’s is also home to Boy Scout Troop 577, one of the most active in Dallas.

St. Luke’s has embarked upon a dynamic growth program focusing on traditional and contemporary worship, enhanced ministries to families and children, expanded music programs, with a special emphasis on children, and engaging Christian Formation to strengthen the faith of every parishioner at every stage of life. We invite you to join us. We believe you’ll not only like it here, you’ll feel right at home.

The Clergy


Mark S. Anderson - Rector

Mark serves as the tenth rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Mark explains that one of his great joys is, “helping people understand the unimaginable love that God has for them, and then watching this realization transform their lives and their communities.”

Prior to joining St. Luke’s, Mark served at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Jacksonville, Florida as Curate for Children, Youth and Families and church liaison to the St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School. He also served as Chaplain to the Retired Clergy for the Diocese of Florida. Mark has been involved with prison ministry and served as a CPE chaplain at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City.

Mark received his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Florida and his Master of Divinity from Yale University. He also holds a certificate in nonprofit management from Harvard University’s Extension School.

Mark spent much of his childhood in Fort Worth and in his free time enjoys reading, running, and hiking. His wife, Mary, is a dermatology resident physician at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

Deacon Rosemary


Rosemary R. Trei – Deacon

Rosemary has served at St. Luke’s since 2009, coordinating outreach activities, visiting and praying with people in need, and leading Bible studies. Rosemary explains that the joy of her calling is helping people see and serve Christ in those around them.

Additionally, Rosemary serves as the Archdeacon for the Diocese of Dallas, helping to coordinate efforts of dozens of deacons at over 70 churches in the diocese.

Rosemary grew up in California and graduated from Holy Names University in Oakland. She taught high school chemistry for 20 years in California and Dallas. After retiring from teaching, she studied at the Anglican School of Theology and at the Stanton Center for Ministry Formation in Dallas. She was ordained in 2009.

Rosemary and her husband, Charlie, have three children – Kelley, Tracy, and Keith – and nine grandchildren. Charlie sings in the St. Luke’s choir and is a member of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew.

The Vestry

Front row (l to r):
Norman Taylor
Pat Baker

Middle row (l to r):
Kathy Dickey
Elaine Wright
Gary Ulrich

Back row (l to r):
Kim Kittle
The Rev.Mark Anderson
Jamey Ryan

not pictured:
Bobbie Melugin

Gary Ulrich - Senior Warden
Jamey Ryan - Junior Warden
Stan Kirsten - Treasurer
Pat Keane - Chancellor
Nancy Moore – Clerk

The Staff

Rich Snider

Parish Administrator
Rich Snider


Rich Snider

Business Manager
Susie Pepitone


Rich Snider

Facilities Director
Juan Chavez


Facilities Assistant – Eusebio Gutierrez

Cristina Davila and Charmaine Moody – Nursery Staff

The Episcopal Church

St. Luke’s is a part of The Episcopal Church in the United States and the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. The Episcopal Church in the United States (episcopalchurch.org/what-we-believe) was formally organized in Philadelphia in 1789 as the successor to the Church of England in the American colonies. With approximately 1.9 million members, the Episcopal Church is a part of the worldwide Anglican Communion which represents more than 85 million people in more than 165 countries.

The Episcopal Diocese of Dallas (edod.org) comprises 77 congregations, 23 schools, and 48 commissions, agencies, and institutions in northeastern Texas.