The Rev. Bruce A. White, Rector rector@stalbansaz.org

After 25 years in data processing for a variety of manufacturing, newspaper, and soft-drink companies, and after his five sons were either in or through college, Fr. Bruce White answered God’s call to ordained ministry. A native of Iowa, he received his M.Div. degree from the University of the South (Sewanee) in 1998. After serving Christ Episcopal Church in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where he also had responsibilities for campus ministry at Western Kentucky University, he was called to be Rector of St. Michael and All Angels in Anniston, Alabama. Fr. White has been at St. Alban’s since 2011. He enjoys preaching, teaching, and mentoring an Education for Ministry group, as well as just getting to know everyone. He serves on the Board of Directors of Imago Dei Middle School and is President of the Standing Committee for the Diocese of Arizona. In his “off” time, he enjoys reading, golf, and traveling with wife Pam.

The Rev. Doyle Dietz Allen, Assistant asstrector@stalbansaz.org

The Rev. Doyle Dietz Allen comes to us from St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Arlington, Texas, where she served as Priest Associate. She worked in the business world for more than 20 years in sales, supervision, and manage­ment, mostly in the staffing industry. Mother Doyle also ran a crisis center for victims of family violence and sexual assault, serving seven counties in east Texas. Feeling God’s call to a change of vocation, she spent seven months in South Korea, teaching English to Korean children. It was there she heard God’s call to be a priest. Mother Doyle has a B.A. in Sociology from SMU and a Master of Divinity with a Certificate in Anglican Studies from Perkins School of Theology. Her ministry experiences include chaplaincy internship at Baylor Hospital in Dallas; training and supervising Stephen Ministers; leading chapters of The Order of Saint Luke; serving as Pastor at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Denison, Texas, including leading worship, preaching, pastoral care, and adult education, leading Bible studies and small groups; and serving as Coordinator for Sacra­mental Preparation at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas.

 The Rev. William Forrest, Associate

Father Bill grew up in Barrington, Illinois (suburban Chicago) and graduated from Bridgewater College, Virginia in 1968. He served as a VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) volunteer from 1968 to 1969. In 1972, he graduated from the Church Divinity School of the Pacific and was ordained to the diaconate. He was ordained to the priesthood the next year. He has served parishes in Arizona (including St. Alban's, Wickenburg), Wyoming, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.  He retired in 2005.

He also performs English, Irish, and Scottish folk music on his guitar. His wife, Julia, was the office manager for the Diocese of Arizona from 1992 to 2005. They have four children and five grandchildren.

The Rev. Maeve Johnson, Deacon

The Reverend Maeve (pronounced Mev) Johnson is a fourth-generation Arizonan whose family settled in the Arizona Territory in 1875. She was baptized in All Saints, Phoenix, confirmed in St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Clarkdale, and became a member of Trinity Cathedral in 1978 after receiving her B.A. from the U of A and an M.Ed. from ASU. As a congregant of Trinity Cathedral, she served in many different leadership roles, and in 2004, Maeve began the process to become a deacon. She was ordained on October 14, 2006. In 2010, Maeve returned to Tucson to take over an Edward Jones office and has been a member of St. Alban’s since the summer of 2012.