The Diocese Gives Thanks for the Ministry of the Rev. Darby Everhard
The Diocese gives thanks for the ministry of the Rev. Darby Everhard as she departs St. Paul's, Winston-Salem, to become the interim rector at St. Mary's, High Point.
Everhard has served as associate rector at St. Paul's, Winston-Salem, since 2009. Before coming to St. Paul’s, she was senior associate rector at St. Thomas, Terrace Park, Ohio, in the Diocese of Southern Ohio. Since coming to the Diocese of North Carolina in 2009, Everhard has served as a member of the Chartered Committee for Lifelong Christian Formation and the Bishop’s Task Force on Christian Formation. She currently chairs the Bishop’s Committee on Liturgy, having been a member since 2011.
Everhard is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. She served as a lay hospital chaplain for 12 years at The Christ Hospital and at Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. She graduated with a Master of Divinity from Bexley Hall Seminary in 2004 and served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bexley Seabury Federation.
Everhard will begin her call as interim rector at St. Mary's, High Point, on November 1.
We give thanks for her ministry in Winston-Salem and wish Everhard and her husband, Tom, every blessing as she enters her new call here in the Diocese.
Everliving God, strengthen and sustain Darby, that with patience and understanding she may love and care for your people; and grant that together they may follow Jesus Christ, offering to you their gifts and talents; through him who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
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