Ordained in 1987, The Rev. Jim Morrison has found great joy as serving as a priest for the past 34 years.  After receiving a Masters in Divinity at University of St. Mary of the Lake he served four Roman Catholic Parishes in the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux. Working side by side with the lay leaders in these communities he gathered the youth, called forth the young adults, journeyed on missions, opened educational opportunities for offenders, nurtured vocations, cried, laughed and celebrated God’s grace together.  Led by the Spirit of God to the Episcopal Church, he entered this communion in 2011.  After being accepted as a candidate of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, he earned a degree in Anglican Studies from the University of the South in Sewanee, TN. In 2013 I was received as a priest in the Diocese of Louisiana. Fr Jim served first at Trinity Episcopal Church in New Orleans as minister of Newcomers and Educational Formation. After being called as rector of St. Andrew’s Episcopal he moved further up the streetcar line to the Carrollton neighborhood.  "Currently our community is growing and our parish is alive with laughter, bound together by grace, and enriched by worship, mission and inclusion".  Click here to reach out to Fr Jim.
Fr Jim is the Rector (Priest and Pastor) of St. Andrews.

Anna Briscoe is recently retired from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she taught Piano, Piano Literature and Piano Technique.  She also has maintained a private studio for many years, as well as performing as soloist and chamber musician.  Anna performed and travelled with the acclaimed Indianapolis Children’s Choir, traveling the world with them for seventeen years. Two highlights of her career that loom large are performing and recording on harpsichord and piano with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra while in Moscow and the performance of Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto with the Indianapolis Philharmonic.Anna and her husband, Jim, moved here in retirement in 2019.  They are the parents of two daughters and a wonderful granddaughter.Email here to be connected to Anna.


Ben Dubroc is the Administrative Assistant at the Chalstrom House.

He has years of experience working the Catholic Steubenville Youth Conferences as well as almost a decade in the service and hospitality industry. 

His son, Philo, attends St. Andrew's School.

Ben can be reached here

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Kathleen Mulvhill joined the Episcopal Church in 1995, first in New Orleans, followed by several years in her home state of Massachusetts, and now back in New Orleans. She has been a member of St. Andrew's Church since 2016, was elected to Vestry in 2017, and has been privileged to serve as Stewardship Chair. She served in the same capacity at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Newburyport, MA, and served on the board of Trinity Episcopal School, New Orleans. She is a semi-retired writer, a former journalist and nonprofit fundraiser.

"I believe we are born to this earth to be good stewards of it, to serve others through God's love, and to live the whole manner of our lives, as much as possible, with spiritual and moral integrity."

Kathleen currently serves the people of St. Andrew's as Facilitator of Stewardship.

Kathleen can be reached via email here.


Olin Parker has served on the Vestry of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church since 2015, and has served as Senior Warden until 2021. He also serves as a board member of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. Olin has assisted in numerous church ministries, including music, stewardship, the St. Andrew’s Pumpkin Patch, children’s liturgy, and efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Olin has spent his entire career in education, most recently as an administrator at the Louisiana Department of Education where he worked with charter and nonpublic schools across the state. Olin is also a longtime youth sports coach and a former chairperson of the Mid-City Neighborhood Organization. In November of 2020, Olin was elected to serve a term on the Orleans Parish School Board. 

Olin is very grateful to be a part of and serve the St. Andrew’s community with his wife Rachael and three children.

Olin currently is serving as the Facilitator of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts.

Olin can be reached via email here.