St. Elizabeth's Episcopal Church
Richmond Hill, Georgia 31324
Clark earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Humanities from Johns Hopkins University in 1974 and a Master’s in Psychology from Auburn University in Montgomery in 1984. He later furthered his post-graduate education by attending Trinity School for Ministry, where he was awarded a Master’s of Divinity in 2001. Clark became an ordained deacon in 2000 and a priest in 2001. In 2011, he earned a Doctorate of Ministry, also from Trinity.
At St. Elizabeth’s, Clark is responsible for preaching, teaching, administration, pastoral care, youth ministry oversight, and church growth. He is also the president of St. Elizabeth’s Preschool. As part of his past church leadership roles, Clark has presided over acolyte and adult Christian education instruction; served as a lay reader, chalice bearer and music ministry leader; and participated in an intercessory prayer team. He was a delegate to the Alabama Diocesan Convention for three years, coordinated the “March for Jesus,” and served as the co-chairman, along with his wife, for a “Faith Alive” Weekend.
Clark and his wife, Emily Cater Hubbard, are the proud parents of five children: Eleanor, Caroline, Gordon, Irene and Lilly, and they have 10 grandchildren.
In his spare time, Clark enjoys jogging, weight lifting, and movies. He is a former member of the Montgomery Girl Scouts Board of Directors, the American Red Cross’ Montgomery Chapter Board of Directors, and the Kiwanis Club. He previously served as president of the Richmond Hill Ministerial Association. Together with his congregation, Clark feeds the homeless and needy in downtown Savannah’s Forsyth Park. He also writes a regular faith-based newspaper column for Bryan County Now and has served as an editorial consultant to Homiletics, a preaching periodical.
Clark strives, above all else, to proclaim the Lordship of Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit so that God’s love, mercy, and redemption might be known and shared to and through all His people.
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