The Reverend Andrea “Andi” Suess-Taylor joins us with a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University and with over twenty five years of experience as an Episcopal Reverend in the United States of America. First being ordained as priest at All Saints in Belmont, Massachusetts.
Originally from Pepper Pike, Ohio, she has extended leading youth missions in Mexico, Honduras and as far as Taize France. She has also taught Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to seminarians in Brazil. Currently Andrea is the Rector at St. David’s Episcopal Church in South Yarmouth. Reverend Andi has also taught such courses as: taking Charge of Your Life—Steps to Discern Your Path and Move Forward, Practicing Prayer—Contemplative Prayer and Lectio Divina, Introduction to Montessori Religious Education, to name a few.
“I am grateful to live at a time when white people are starting to take responsibility for the racial discrimination that has been inherent in the United States from its inception. The mission of St. David’s Episcopal Church is as follows: Striving to be disciples in the way of Jesus by loving, servicing and healing in the Name of God. We celebrate dignity of every human being, including all God’s children who are LGBTQ."
A champion of diversity and inclusion Reverend Andi has been responsible for creating two Journey to Adulthood programs for youth and is responsible for bring Sacred Ground A Film-Based Dialogue Series On Race and Faith.