St. Luke's is blessed to have the dedication of a talented team. Meet the people who lead our parish community spiritually, musically, educationally, administratively, and organizationally.
THE REVEREND NATASHA STEWART
Rev. Natasha has a BA in Philosophy from The University of North Carolina at Asheville, and a Masters of Divinity from The General Theological Seminary in New York City. She was ordained a Deacon in 2005 and a priest on January 7, 2006. She is the President of the Board of Directors for the Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center, and co-chairs the Addiction Ministry of the Diocese of MA. She lives with her two children, along with a hedgehog, a cat, and two guinea pigs. If she had free time, she would probably just sleep and binge watch Netflix, but she would like to think she would do yoga, bake, sew, craft, go for walks, garden, fish, and spend time at the beach.
Martha has been part of the St. Luke's community for nearly 12 years, working in the office to support clergy, the vestry, and parishioners. Although not by street terms a "townie", she grew up in Scituate and raised her two daughters here, following a brief stint in Washington, DC after receiving a degree in Government from Smith College. Martha's career experiences include work in a law firm, management of a small advertising agency, and running her own ad business for 13 years. A lover of literature, she enjoys working part time at Barnes & Noble Bookstore. Martha is an active parishioner of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Scituate, serving two terms on the Parish Council, as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, an Altar Server, and Greeter. Outside of church, some of Martha's favorite activities include trail running with her dog, rowing, and taking a refreshing dip in the ocean, once a month - all year round!
Director of Music Programs
Jean Anderson likes music, animals, food (almost any kind will do), teaching, hiking, attempting to speak foreign languages, and working as the organist and choir director at St. Luke’s. She does not like telemarketers, racists, mean people, sushi, cactuses, or trying to remember passwords. She loves her dog Mocha, her cat Scarlet, her husband David, her many friends and family members, and her house in West Roxbury. She gets paid money to be a vocal coach and professor at Boston Conservatory and at New England Conservatory. She has never been in jail, although once she was detained briefly by the Italian coast guard.
Alice is responsible for keeping the St. Luke's Church building tidy and welcoming to the many guests and parishioners who visit each week. St. Luke's is thankful for the care and thoughtfulness she puts into her work at the church.