The Rev. Dr. Amy Lamborn is Vicar of the Southern Tennessee Episcopal Ministry (S.T.E.M.) system. Amy holds an M.Div from the School of Theology, University of the South and earned her M. Phil. and PhD at the Union Theological Seminary in New York in Psychiatry & Religion. The author of Figuring the Self, Figuring the Sacred: Imagining Unity and Multiplicity in Depth Psychology and Theology, as well as numerous essays, journal articles and book chapters, her scholarly work focuses on the intersection of depth psychology and Christian theology and spirituality. She has also done extensive training in pastoral care (Clinical Pastoral Education) and adult psychoanalysis with the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association, both in New York City. A native of West Tennessee, Amy has served in church and institutional settings in Indiana, New York, and Tennessee and was a member of the faculty of the General Theological Seminary (2011-2015). Amy lives in Sewanee with her husband, The Rev. Robert (Rob) Lamborn and her daughter Caroline. She is avid cyclist, a lover of the outdoors, cooking for family and friends, and reading novels and poetry.
The Rev. Warren Swenson is a student in the Master of Sacred Theology degree program at The School of Theology of The University of The South (Sewanee) and a priest of The Diocese of West Missouri (Kansas City). Originally from Overland Park, Kansas, Warren graduated from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas in 2013 with a B.A. in Communication Studies and Spanish. He also holds an M.Div from the School of Theology at the University of the South. An avid preacher and teacher of the Gospel, Warren works as curate of the Southern Tennessee Episcopal Ministry (STEM) system. He also enjoys lingering front-porch conversations and traveling. You can read all of his sermons here on his blog and email him by clicking here.
The Rev. Dr. Judith Hirsch-Fikejs – Organist
Patti Joy Posan – STEM Administrator
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Trinity Episcopal Church
213 1st. Ave. NW
Winchester, TN 37398