Rev. Christopher Easthill – Rector 

FR FotoRector of the Anglican/Episcopal Church of St. Augustine of Canterbury is the Rev. Christopher Easthill, who was appointed (initially as Priest-in-charge) on 1st March 2014.

Father Chris is a graduate of St. John’s Theological College, Nottingham, UK and Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, USA. Prior to his position in Wiesbaden he served as an assistant at the Church of the Ascension, Munich.

He is married to Heidi and together they have two grown children, Philip and Clara, as well as a lively and occasionally loud dog, Rasmus!

Christopher is a UK national, and since 2014 also a German citizen, who has lived and worked in Germany for nearly 30 years. Before his ordination he worked for the Allianz Group in a number of project and senior management functions.

Rev. Douglas Robinson – Priest Associate

Douglas is a priest of the Church of England, licenced to work at St Augustine’s by Bishop Pierre.  He and his family have been members of the congregation since 2001. He is a native of Manchester, (U.K.) and first trained and worked as a teacher.  Then he trained for the ordained ministry of the Church of England, first at Trinity College, Bristol, and then as a World Council of Churches/Fulbright Scholar at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia (Presbyterian). From 1974-85 he worked in parishes in the Diocese of Liverpool.  He then combined teaching and pastoral care as chaplain to two private Schools in England; Epsom College and Dantseys.

He has lived in Germany since 1995 and has worked in state secondary schools in the State of Rheinland Pfalz as a teacher of Protestant Religion and English. He retired in 2013.

Douglas is married to Corinna and together they have three teenage children, Gwendolyn, Rebecca and John .  He has two adult children from his first marriage, Richard and Sarah, who are married and living in England. Richard has two small and lively boys.

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Ordained to the transitional diaconate in June 2019 at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Honolulu, Hawaii, Reverend Steve McPeek begins his 2-year curacy at St. Augustine of Canterbury on October 1st. In addition to his work with the congregation, Steve will work in mission development with the mission churches of the Convocation.

Rev. Steve earned a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in German Language and Literature from the University of Hawaii. He graduated in May 2019 from the Seminary of the Southwest with a Master of Divinity. Before attending the Seminary of the Southwest, Steve was a business owner and worked as operations manager for a campus of the University of Hawaii at Hilo.

Steve is married to Rev. Vincent McTighe, a priest with the American National Church. Together  they are raising 8-year old Alexis. Rev. Steve has five adult children and nine grandchildren from his marriage with Lorna who passed away in 2006. Steve and Lorna served for 15 years with Jugend mit einer Mission Deutschland (JMEM) until 1997.