Staff and Leadership
Get to know the Clergy, Staff and leadership here at St. John’s.
The Rev. Joseph M. Constant
A native of Haiti, Joseph M. Constant was ordained as a deacon in 2003 and as priest in 2004. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Northeastern University and a Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary. After graduation from seminary, he served as the Assistant Rector at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Washington, DC for almost two years. Then, he joined the staff at Virginia Theological Seminary in 2005 as Assistant to the Dean for Admissions and Community Life. During his time at the Seminary, he created the Office of Racial and Ethnic Ministries and served as Director of Ethnic Ministries.
The Rev. Anne Nicholson
The Reverend Anne Nicholson earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology, Religion from Lake Forest College in May 2009. In May 2014, she earned a Masters in Divinity from The General Theological Seminary. She was ordained deacon on January 11, 2017 at The Cathedral of the Incarnation in Baltimore, MD and priest on October 11, 2014 at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Washington, DC. She is canonically resident in The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. She recently served as Assistant Rector at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, Washington, DC, and Associate Rector at St James’ Parish, Lothian, MD. Anne and her husband Scott Lipscomb have one daughter, Maggie.
The Rev. Kim Hudson-Delmore
The Reverend Kimberly “Kim” Hudson was ordained to the diaconate in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, where her ministries included racial reconciliation, women’s prison ministry, Servant Leadership, and retreat ministry. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The Dickinson School of Law, as well as Sewanee’s Education For Ministry (EFM) program. Her legal experience includes positions in disability, energy, and employment law. A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Deacon Hudson is the oldest of three girls and a lifelong member of St. Ambrose Episcopal Church in Raleigh.