Rev. Sullivan is a graduate of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (now United Lutheran Seminary) and The Center for Swedenborgian Studies. She grew up in Australia, and came to the United States in 1994 to attend college in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. She has spent time as a chaplain resident at Jefferson University Hospital, as a hospice chaplain with Caring Hospice, as a stay-at-home Mom, and as leader of the sermon writing team at NewChurch Live. She is a founding member of the leadership team of Swedenborgians in Action Against Racism, and serves on the Social Justice Committee of the Swedenborgian Church of North America. She lives in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two children and is very pleased to be serving The Church of the Holy City as Pastor.
Jean Dougherty, Music Director
Jean Dougherty is our Music Director and organist and has held this position for a number of years. She has been a member of The Church of the Holy City for over 40 years. She attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree. As organist, Jean is available for weddings, funerals and memorial services. Jean can be contacted at 302-416-0550 or by email: email@example.com.
Shalonda Ingram, Rentals and Events Ministry
Shalonda specializes in elevating community, business development, and creating impactful strategies. Shalonda intersects expertise in placemaking, belonging & inclusion training, spiritual entrepreneurship, digital platforms, and the arts. Shalonda is committed to elevating awareness of underutilized space, hosting dialogue that empowers, implementing system based transformation and leveraging assets for unique outcomes.
Organizations partner with Shalonda to turn ideas into reality, establish their strategy in an ongoing relationship, and discover how to elevate diverse voices at all levels to scale.
To date Shalonda’s efforts have been acknowledged by a range of entities: AmeriCorp St. Louis, US Chamber of Commerce Youth Entrepreneurship, Alliance for Artists Communities Leadership Institute, the Port of Oakland Community Advisory Board, the New York Innovative Theater Awards, Fierce NYC, Brooklyn Arts Council ReGrant Program and the City of Oakland Cultural Affairs Commission.
Shalonda has also accepted nominations by Fronde Baliste founder Rhesa Jenkins for a Pop Tech Innovation Award and The Corporation for National & Community Service Eli Segal Award. Shalonda is nomadic and has established home-bases throughout North America; Brooklyn + Rochester, New York, Washington DC, SF Bay Area, Saint Louis.
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