The Rev. Remington Slone is the Rector (Senior Pastor) of St. David's. He grew up in small-town south Georgia and graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in History. After undergraduate studies, Remington attended the General Theological Seminary in New York City. Before his call as the Rector of St. David's in 2021, Remington served in various leadership ministries at St. Peter's in Savannah, GA and Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Remington loves music and outdoor sports (especially cycling). He's fond of word puzzles and chess, and will give all of that up when the Dawgs are playing. He's been married to Casey since 2007, and they are blessed with three amazing children: Madeleine, Clara, and Becket. They are likely to be the loud ones in the back of the church.
Reverend Michelle Fritch - Associate Rector
Michelle Fritch was ordained as a transitional deacon in December of 2011 and as a priest in June of 2012. She served in the Diocese of Southwest Florida for three years as Assistant Rector of Holy Innocents’ in Valrico (near Tampa,) and as the Youth and Family Ministry Coordinator for the Diocese prior to joining St. David’s. She hold's a bachelor's degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida and a master's degree in Divinity from The School of Theology at the University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee. She is a Stephen Minister, a centering prayer practitioner, and an involved mom. Raised in the Episcopal Church, she joyfully embraces the opportunity to serve Christ by empowering and equipping the Saints (that's all of you) to go into the world and share God's transforming love. She is the author of a children's book entitled "You Are a Child of God. She has three children: Isaiah, Zachary, and Victoria.
Reverend Antonio Brito - Assistant Rector
The Rev. Antonio Brito was received as an Episcopal priest by the Bishop of Atlanta, The Right Rev. J. Neil Alexander on February 12, 2011, at St. David's Episcopal Church/ A graduate of a Roman Catholic seminary in the Dominican Republic, Fr. Brito leads the San David Hispanic Mission and works part-time with the Diocese of Atlanta's other Hispanic Ministries. He spent six month last year assisting at Santa Maria, East Point, and with the Hispanic Congregation at the Cathedral of St. Phillip.