January 20, 2018


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Clergy and Staff

St. Thomas Episcopal Church enjoys the dedicated services of clergy, staff members and volunteers who help fulfill our mission. They include:

The Reverend Pamela S. Morgan - Rector

 The Rev. Pam Morgan came to St. Thomas' in January, 2009.  Prior to that, she served as Vicar at St. Andrew's, Mountain Home, and as Associate Rector at St. Mark's, Little Rock.  She is a native Arkansan and loves living and serving God in Northwest Arkansas.  She lives with her husband, Kevin (aka clergy spouse), and Welsh Terrier, Abby (aka clergy dog).  Among Rev. Pam's "likes" are long, brisk walks, good books, folk music, and chocolate.







David White - Director of Music/Sexton

David has been a church organist since he was eleven. He received a music degree from Concordia College in 1988 and has been at St. Thomas, as director of music, since 1998, serving as organist and choir director.


David and his wife, LaDonna have 4 sons and 2 granddaughters. His father was a Methodist minister.


Outside of God and family, David's passion is music, but he also loves cats, white roses, and pizza, but not necessarily in that order!


David is always looking for new choir members and anyone interested should call the church office for more information.



Mark Nabors - Children and Youth Minister

Mark moved from southwest Missouri to Arkansas in 2009 to study at the University of Arkansas.  He is currently studying to obtain his Master of Public Administration and Nonprofit Studies from the U of A.  He feels truly blessed to have had the opportunity to work as the children and youth minister at St. Thomas since August of 2012.  Mark's goal is to create a safe atmosphere where children and youth can learn and grow about themselves and deepen their spiritual lives.  The youth program in particular focuses on Christian education, mission to the community and the world, worship, and developing healthy friendships.  All are welcome to join the group!


Kathy Robinson - KDO Director

I was born and raised in Fayetteville and love calling Northwest Arkansas my home.  I have been a teacher at St. Thomas Kid's Day Out Program since 2003.  I recently took on the Directors position in April 2011.  I love being a part of a Christ-centered program while the children have fun learning about Christ's love.  Children are truly a Blessing from God and I love seeing them grow up. 


My greatest accomplishment is my 8 year old son who keeps me very busy running to all his sporting events and we love our ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS!



Ali Johnson - Parish Administrator

Ali grew up on Air Force bases around the country and overseas.  She moved to Northwest Arkansas for two years of High School before leaving for college and adventure in Minnesota and the Pacific Northwest.  She returned to Arkansas nine years ago to be closer to family and couldn’t be happier to finally call Springdale her permanent home.  She currently lives with a young Border Collie mix, and moonlights as an author of historical romance.


Verger/Acolyte Master - Karle Honomichl

Karle came to St. Thomas in 2001 with his wife Alethea.  After being in the choir for several years he began helping the Acolyte Master as an adult acolyte. In 2010 he was promoted to the dual roles of both Verger and Acolyte Master. He is also a member of the Alter Guild and helps to schedule the Lay positions for the Sunday services.

He currently resides at home in West Fork with his wife and two boys and a menagerie of animals (mostly cats).