OUR TEAM OF CLERGY
FATHER DARRELL CRITCH
After studying music and music education at Memorial University of Newfoundland and theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Father Darrell was ordained both deacon and priest. Later on, he received a Doctorate of Ministry, also from Nashotah House.
Father Darrell has a passion for teaching the Word of God and helping Christians grow deeper as disciples of Christ - so they may, in turn, be equipped to serve God in their church and their community. A convert to Anglicanism, Father Darrell has a heart for mission and outreach beyond the walls of the church. Apart from his duties as rector of the parish, Fr. Darrell also serves as Territorial Archdeacon for the ANiC parishes in Eastern Canada.
Father Darrell is married to his beloved wife Sarah and they are parents to a wonderful son and beloved foster children. Father Darrell loves to cook, eat great food, and travel.
FATHER COLTON CARRICK
Father Colton was born and raised in Stouffville, ON. After graduating from Queen’s University with a degree in Political Science, Colton felt the call to Christian ministry and began working with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Carleton University in Ottawa. Shortly thereafter, Colton felt called to ordained ministry and took up theological studies at Ryle Seminary. Colton was ordained a deacon in January of 2020 and a priest in October of 2021.
Father Colton loves to see folks saved and transformed by a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Colton works with our young families and considers it a privilege to labour with them on the great mission that God has called us to and to grow with them in their knowledge and love of God.
Colton is married to the wonderful Tiara, who hails from Prince George, BC. Colton enjoys exploring God’s creation, watching birds, reading good books, singing songs with his banjo, eating good meals, and having good conversations.
BISHOP DONALD HARVEY
Bishop in Residence & Honorary Assistant
Bishop Don Harvey led the Anglican Network in its early days, launching it as an ecclesial structure in November of 2007. In June of 2014, Bishop Don retired and transferred the responsibilities of the diocesan bishop of ANiC to Bishop Charlie Masters. At the end of June 2014 he also stepped down as the first Dean of the Anglican Church in North America.
Bishop Don retired from the Anglican Church of Canada in 2004 after 12 years as the Third Bishop of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador. Prior to this, he served for 30 years in various parishes in Newfoundland and Labrador including a six year appointment as University Chaplain. He has lectured in English Literature at Memorial University of Newfoundland and taught Pastoral Theology at Queen's Theological College in St. John's. In October 2009, Bishop Don was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by Nashotah House Theological Seminary.
THE REV. MARILYN FLOWER
A cradle Anglican, Marilyn leaned on God from a young age but did not answer a call to ministry until later in life. After raising her family and retiring from a teaching career, she was prompted to study theology and deepen her faith through Bible Studies. Upon graduating with a Master of Theological Studies degree in May 2007, she did further study, training, and discernment before ordination to the diaconate on Pentecost, May 23rd, 2010. Since then she has been involved in Bible study and research, prayer and Bible ministries with her church, other groups, and at Her Majesty's Penitentiary. On Trinity Sunday, June 15th, 2014 she was ordained a priest within the Anglican Network in Canada. Marilyn is awed by God’s tremendous love and counts it a joy and privilege to love and serve Him through Jesus.
FATHER DAVID SMITH
David is from Toronto originally and ministered as a priest in the Diocese of Saskatchewan for sixteen years where he also was a theological instructor for the James Settee School for Ministry. He studied at Wycliffe College and at Dalhousie, where he completed a doctorate on St. Augustine. The Rev. Dr. Smith has also taught through Wycliffe College and the College of Emmanuel and St Chad. He ministered for 11 years as a priest alongside, Tracey, his wife, in Prescott, Ontario and is now proud to serve at Good Samaritan as he works as a professor with Packer Theological College.
THE REV. TRACEY LLOYD SMITH
Tracey Lloyd Smith, originally from Calgary, worked in Christian theatre for 12 years with Covenant Players. Her travels blessed her with opportunities to work with many denominations from Baptist to Roman Catholic, in many countries including Norway, Germany (with the Armed Forces), England and China. She was called by our Lord to be presented for ordination in 1995, by Dr. J.I. Packer and colleagues, after studying with him and wonderful professors at Regent College, Vancouver. Tracey is married to David (professor for the new Packer College of St. John’s) and has two grown children, CJ and Kathryn.