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 Meet Our Clergy

The Rev. W. Frank Allen

The Rev. Frank Allen has served as Rector since 1997. He grew up in Dallas, TX and attended Duke University on academic and music scholarships. After graduating with a degree in History, Frank worked for a large Construction Company in Philadelphia before answering the call to the priesthood. He attended Virginia Theological Seminary and served two years at St. John's in Roanoke, VA before coming to St. David's. Frank has served on the Standing Committee for the Diocese of Pennsylvania and other committees and commissions. He has twice served as a Deputy to The General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Frank is an Honorary Canon for Mission in the Episcopal Diocese of Guatemala and serves on the Board of the Gathering of Leaders. He has developed curriculum for adult baptism and confirmation, as well as a study on the Gifts of the Spirit. Frank and his wife Amy have three grown sons. | x217

The Rev. Amanda Eiman
Associate Rector

Amanda grew up in Northern New Jersey and attended Drew University, graduating as a biology major. She then attended Virginia Theological Seminary, graduating in 2007, and has served churches in Virginia, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and recently as Priest in Charge at Holy Trinity Episcopal church in Lansdale. Amanda taught religion at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School in Virginia for two years. She serves on the Diocesan Nominating committee and Bishop Search/Nominating Committee, and is the clergy support for Worship and Fellowship at St. David's. Amanda is married to The Rev. Chris Bishop, Rector of St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Radnor, and they live in the old rectory with their Chocolate Lab-mix, Sadie. | x216

The Rev. Dr. Martha Tucker
Associate Rector

Martha was raised in Baltimore, MD, where she was baptized, confirmed, and married at the Church of the Redeemer. After graduating from Williams College and later earning a law degree, she taught at Philips Academy Andover, practiced law at Pepper Hamilton and Scheetz, taught Legal Studies at Wharton, earned her PhD in Developmental Psychology at Penn, and was the teacher/director at Swarthmore Presbyterian Nursery Day School. She recently graduated from Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA, where she focused on Liturgical Ethics/Sacramental Ethics. Martha is filled with gratitude for the call to St. David’s and already feels she has been called “home”. She and her husband David Hargrove have three adult children, one daughter-in-law, two Corgis and infinite blessings. | x218

The Rev. Dennis Reid
Associate Rector

Dennis grew up nearby in Lansdale, PA and has always considered the Diocese of Pennsylvania to be his home. He studied history and religion at Wake Forest University, graduating in 2008. After serving at All  Hallows, Wyncote as Director of Youth Ministries, Dennis began his education at Virginia Theological Seminary and graduated in 2014. Following seminary, Dennis served as deacon and priest at Trinity Church in Manassas, VA.

One of the great joys of Dennis' time in Virginia was meeting his then-wife-to-be, Megan, a fellow seminarian. In June 2014, Megan was ordained to the priesthood, Dennis was ordained to the transitional diaconate and the couple were married - all in the same week! Megan now serves as priest-in-charge at St. Thomas Church in Morgantown, PA.

Dennis is grateful to join the staff at St. David's and looks forward to working alongside parishioners and clergy to know God in Jesus Christ and to make Christ known to others. | x220

The Rev. Matthew Dayton-Welch
Associate Rector

Matthew Welch is from Oklahoma by way of Saudi Arabia and Dubai, where he attended grade school following the end of the Gulf War. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2003 and moved to Northern Virginia, where he lived for the better part of nine years. Matthew’s background is in foreign affairs. From 2009-2011, he served at the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem as Vice Consul for Human Rights and Religious Freedom for Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip. Matthew resigned from the U.S. Foreign Service in 2012 to attend the General Theological Seminary in New York City, earning an MDiv in 2015. He most recently served at Christ Church in Short Hills, NJ. Matthew is passionate about outreach ministries that deepen our understanding of God, and stewardship ministries that deepen our common life in Jesus Christ. He and his husband Paul enjoy walking the St. David’s grounds with their dog, Barnabas, who, after three years in Manhattan, is thrilled to experience grass again. | x219

The Rev. Dr. Alexander McCurdy, III
Associate Rector

Sandy worked as a parish priest and school chaplain (Episcopal Academy) before returning to graduate school in the late 1960's and training as a Jungian Analyst. He then practiced in Berlin, Rome, New York and Philadelphia, taught in several Jung Institutes and in the Department of Psychiatry at Jefferson Medical College. After retiring from this work in 2003, Sandy offers some of his time to St. David's for parish visitations and other priestly duties. As he was heard to say recently, "Look here, or 'behold' if you prefer: psychology helps a lot of people, to be sure. But the only real cure for the soul is in the realization of the Gospel. What makes St. David's quite special is that the Rector, priests and people of St. David's get that, and profoundly so. I am honored to join in their mission." | x302

The Rev. William H. Wood, III
Associate Rector

Bill retired as Rector of St. Christopher's, Gladwyne in April of 2013. He grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, attended the Episcopal High School and returned to Charlottesville to the University of Virginia. After graduation from the Navy's OCS, he served four years on a cruiser and then in Washington, D.C. While attending Virginia Theological Seminary he served on the staff of Sen. William Proxmire of Wisconsin. After two years as an Assistant at St. John's, Roanoke, he joined the staff of St. David's in 1972. He and Kristine were married in this church in 1974. Bill then served as rector of Trinity, Solebury before being called to St. Christopher's. Bill has served on the diocesan Council and as president of the Standing Committee. He and Kristine have two grown children: son Cary and daughter Alice. | x303




The Rev. Edward Shiley

Associate Rector


Ed grew up near Stephens City, VA, attended Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, and taught high school vocal music and directed church choirs in NJ until he was drafted in 1968. Ed joined the Navy and served as Assistant Director of the Bluejacket Choir at Great Lakes, III, before being stationed in Nha Be, Vietnam. There he served as Chaplain's Assistant, Director of the Nha Be Choir, and worked with Armed Forces Television, receiving the Navy Medal of Commendation for his public relations work. Ed returned to NJ as a high school vocal music teacher, guest choral conductor, and Minister of Music in various denominations.

Leaving his music career, Ed worked for twelve years in the marketing and customer service side of the health insurance industry (Cigna and Aetna) before answering the call to ordination. He graduated from Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, in 1997, and has served as rector of St. James Episcopal Church, Boardman, OH, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Broomall, PA, and Church of the Redeemer, Springfield, PA. He retired in August of 2016. Ed has served on Diocesan Council, various committees and commissions, and as Dean of the Delaware Deanery. His greatest passions are "how we care for and love one another," and Spiritual Formation. Ed and his wife Kim have two grown children. | 484.581.7556