Jay Crouse, who is the Director of Men’s Ministry for the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina, has been actively involved in ministry to men for over twenty-five years and participating full-time since leaving the private sector in 1999.
Sean Coughlin, a member of The Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul, (Charleston), is the CEO of FaithStreet.com, a software company for faith communities. Sean leads FaithStreet’s partnership with over 23,000 churches across the country. Sean graduated from Harvard College and the University of Virginia School of Law. He lives in downtown Charleston with his wife, Rachel, their son, James, and their Labrador, Sister.
Russ Gantt, a member of St. Paul’s, is the Chair of the Men’s Summit and has been active in men’s ministry and discipling men for 30 years.
Lee Jones, a member of Prince George, is the Chair of Behold The Man. Lee and his wife have been active in lay ministry for quite some time. He has a passion for men’s ministry.
Richard Moore, a member of St. Philip’s Church, Charleston, is the Chair of the Christian Men’s Conference.
Peter Rothermel, serves on the diocesan staff as the coordinator for Faith Formation. In that capacity he works with parish leaders both clergy and laity to develop relationships, provide resources, and offer events which assist in making disciples, equipping saints for ministry and building up the body of Christ for the work of the Gospel. Peter and his wife Jackie live on James Island with their children Breezy and Peter. They attend Saint James Church.