David Glade | Rector
David is the founding pastor of Christ the King. He and his wife, Jennifer, have six children. David received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University and his Masters of Divinity at Trinity School for Ministry. David was ordained to the presbytery on January 27, 2005 by Archbishop Robert Duncan and was installed as the rector of Christ the King on November 21, 2008. Before planting Christ the King, David served on the pastoral staff of The Falls Church.
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Katherine Doster | Director of Women’s Ministry
Katherine received her Master’s degree in Christian education from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA, and her B.A. degree in education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She worked four years for the C.S. Lewis Institute as female mentor and public liaison before founding Rivendell House. She has mentored women in Washington for twenty-one years and now also provides spiritual direction. Since 2005, she has served The Navigators on the Shepherd's Network National Leadership Team and has provided relational healing for missionaries. She serves part-time with Navs and runs Rivendell House as she serves part-time at Christ the King.
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Robbie Pruitt | Pastoral Associate & Director of Youth Ministry
Robbie is from Columbia, SC and moved to the Northern Virginia area with his wife, Irene, in 2004 to continue his calling to youth ministry. He and his family most recently lived in Port-au-Prince, Haiti for five years, where Robbie was the High School Bible Teacher at a Christian school. Robbie has his Master of Arts in Theology from Columbia International University, a Diploma in Christian Ministry from Trinity School for Ministry, and a B.S. in Bible, with an emphasis on youth ministry, also from CIU. Robbie and Irene have two children, Grace and Hannah. Robbie enjoys spending time with his family, mountain biking, hiking, concert going, studying, writing about leadership and discipleship, and writing poetry.
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Peter Schwanda | Pastoral Associate
Peter serves as a part-time Pastoral Associate, and also as the Director of Training for FOCUS, an independent school student ministry. He received his B.S. in Environmental Design, and his Masters degree in Architecture. He has worked in youth ministry since 2007, as an Area Director for Young Life in Maine and for FOCUS in Connecticut. He is currently working towards the completion of a Masters of Divinity. He and his wife, Mimi, moved to Alexandria in 2015, and have a newborn daughter. They live on-campus at Episcopal High School, where Mimi is a faculty member.
Megan Landmeier | Director of Children's Ministry
Megan is a Southern California native who moved to Northern VA in 2002 to work in ministry. Christ the King has been her family's church home since 2012. She and her husband Matt have two children, Ellie and Caroline. Megan enjoys running, photography, reading, and work in the Down syndrome community. She worked previously as a special educator and is National Board Certified in Exceptional Needs Education.
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Ann Lee | Director of Music
Ann Lee received her M.M. in piano performance from George Mason University and her B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from The American University. Ann has been an active accompanist and church musician since her youth. Ann is professionally active as a performer, teacher, mentor, adjudicator, presenter and writer. In her free time, Ann enjoys reading, art films, and art history, and spending time with her family. She lives in Alexandria with her husband Rick.
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Ed Davis | Deacon
Deacon Ed is a native of Virginia. He graduated from the Virginia Military Institute, and he received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. After nine years of teaching in Virginia colleges, he joined the faculty of the Citadel where he taught for 30 years as Colonel and Professor of Political Science. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. He has been active in Boy Scouts where he was awarded the Silver Beaver, the Vigil Honor of the Order of the Arrow, and the Episcopal St. George Award. He was ordained a Deacon in 2005 and was assigned to two churches in the Charleston, SC area before moving to Vinson Hall Retirement Community in 2015.