Our Council of Presidents
LCM|Canterbury is led by a council of presidents, composed of students and young adults.
Class: Senior (or something)
Favorite wild animal: Bears because they are cuddly, yet feared.
Major: History (BS)
Minor: Comparative Religious Studies
Favorite wild animal: Bison because they're strong, solitary, and sturdy.
Pronouns: she/her/hers, they/them/theirs
Major: Criminology and Criminal Justice
Minor: Studio Art
Favorite wild animal: Rats and Opossums, because they have tiny little hands and love garbage. (like me!)
Class: Fall 2020
Favorite wild animal: The Coyote, because it is strong willed and reminds me of my home state of Arizona.
Major: English and Comparative Religion
Minor: Museum Studies
Favorite wild animal: Parrots, because they are colorful and cheerful.
Scott moved to Flagstaff in 1998 with his wife Kathy, her father, and their three sons. He has been an Episcopal Deacon for nearly 9 years, and was assigned by Bishop Reddall to serve with LCM|Canterbury beginning in January of 2021.
In the Episcopal Church, deacons are charged with bringing the church to the world and the world to the church, and the focus of Scott's diaconal life has been on the social gospel and advocacy. This has involved work here in Flagstaff such as serving on several community and philanthropy boards including being a member of the Flagstaff Police Department’s Community Liaison Council, Northern Arizona Interfaith Council, and the Arizona Interfaith Network. He has also served on our Episcopal Board for several years.
Along with Scott's work at LCM|Canterbury, he serves in a number of roles within the diocese. These include being a member of the faculty of the Deacon Formation Academy, co-teaching classes on Advocacy and Anti-Racism, and serving on the Commission on Ministry, the Anti-Racism Committee, and the Standing Committee. Scott is very excited to join us at LCM|Canterbury.
Allie grew up in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America in the North Woods of Minnesota. She attended Augsburg University in Minneapolis, studying History and Religion. While at Augsburg she spent her summers working at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp in Montana, creating a passion for nurturing spiritual enrichment in youth and embedding a love of hiking. She went on to spend two years living and working at Holden Village, a small Lutheran community in the North Cascades of Washington State. There, she grew a deep love for community and compost. In the Fall of 2018, she took the call of Youth Director at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran in Flagstaff, AZ, and then in the Fall of 2019 became the Program Coordinator for LCM|Canterbury as well.
She is excited to be a part of the LCM|Canterbury community, and is very much honored to be working with the student and staff body.
Campus Minister and Chaplain
Brad grew up in Missouri City, Texas, a suburb of Houston. As cradle Episcopalians do, Brad received their Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Lutheran University in Theology/Youth Ministry, minoring in Psychology, with a Certificate in Leadership Studies. They then went on to receive a Master of Education degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education (Counseling and Guidance) from Texas State University, and a Certificate in Pastoral Care Education from the Seminary of the Southwest.
Brad is married to the amazing, the marvelous, Rachel Eubanks-Rhoades, who works at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Together, they are parents to two adorable felines, Scarlet and Lotus.
This is Brad’s eleventh year in campus ministry, and their eighth at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Their biggest passion is to curate sacred spaces and experiences for young adults.
LCM|Canterbury is the emerging identity of Canterbury Episcopal Campus Ministry in Flagstaff and NAU Lutheran Campus Ministry. Beginning in 2017, these two ministries began a life together as LCM|Canterbury, creating a shared Lutheran and Episcopal Campus Ministry presence in Flagstaff.
The ministry is jointly governed by two boards, along with the leadership and guidance of the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona and the Grand Canyon Synod of the ELCA.