Katherine has served at St. David’s since 2009. Born in Virginia, she grew up in West Virginia and received her B.A. at Denison University in Granville Ohio. Katherine worked as a community organizer after college for nonprofits in Washington, DC and Columbus, Ohio before going to Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia, where she received her M.Div. in 1996. She has served congregations in Ohio and Minnesota, originally coming to Minnesota in 1998 to work at St. Mark’s Cathedral. Katherine lives in Minneapolis and has two children, son Jesse and daughter Eva.
Minister of Music
Meg Redmond has been a church musician since the age of twelve, when the anxious pastor of her home church in Rochester tapped her on the shoulder and pleaded with her to fill in for the unexpectedly absent organist. Since then, she has served congregations of various denominations – Lutheran, Moravian, UCC, and Presbyterian. Meg has appeared in recital in the US and abroad with members of elite organizations such as Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, MN Orchestra, and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. She made her Japanese debut at the Pacific Music Festival, founded by Leonard Bernstein.
She has finished her Doctoral coursework at the New England Conservatory in Boston, where she was a full scholarship recipient. Meg is also a certified Music Together teacher, a music readiness program for children ages 0-5. She loves playing and listening to all kinds of music, with a special fondness for ragtime and Big Band.
When she's not at St. David's, Meg entertains and educates audiences through her new endeavor, "Meg's Musical Musings" in which she provides lecture recitals for group events. Her current program is "Scott Joplin: King of Ragtime".
Meg is a proud resident of Plymouth (Money Magazine #1 city!) with her husband Mark, her amazing children Molly & Miles, and her spoiled baby (dog) Maisy.
Guy grew up at St. David’s in Minnetonka and St. Stephen’s in Edina, where he was married 41 years ago to his wife, Nan. They have two children, Russell who lives in Brooklyn, NY, and Holley, who lives in Skagway, Alaska.
Guy and Nan have been members of St. David’s since 1982. For twenty years he was a volunteer and coordinator for Loaves and Fishes, and for 15 years co-coordinated St. David’s volunteer ministry for the Hennepin County Adult Correctional Facility in Plymouth, Minnesota. He is a past president of
Citizen’s Advocacy, a United Way Agency for disabled adults. He has donated his expertise as a trainer to the United Way and to Rebuild Resources – providing opportunities for recovering men and women rebuilding their lives through finding and keeping meaningful work.
Guy graduated from Concordia College St. Paul, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Organizational Management. Since 1982 he has been a certified mentor in Theological Education for Ministry from The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. In the summer of 2013 Guy
completed four years at The Episcopal Church in Minnesota School for Formation, and was ordained as a Deacon.
Guy leads outreach projects in the parish, such as supporting local agencies working with the homeless and at-need families in our west metro neighborhood, or providing communion to members of St. David’s who are unable to attend the Sunday service.
Beth joined the staff at St. David’s in August 2011. She is a freelance graphic designer and has degrees in graphic design and journalism from Iowa State University. She lends her talents to St. David's bulletins, newsletter and other projects that arise. She has worked in marketing communications and healthcare publishing.
She lives in Minneapolis with her Keeshond dog.
Shea joined the staff at St. David’s in January of 2009 after spending 11 years at home with her three children Sarah, Ray and David. She has an accounting degree from Simpson College in Indianola, IA. She has worked in public accounting, the insurance industry and the corporate offices of Harmon Autoglass.
Shea lives in Hopkins with her husband Carey and their three children.