The Rev.  Bill Garrison

Interim Priest

Father Bill Garrison entered ordained ministry later in life and has been a priest for over fifteen years. Before that, he worked in the commercial floor covering and ceramic tile business. He has joined us after serving as an Associate at St. Margaret’s in San Juan Capistrano, as Rector at St. Matthias in Whittier for ten years, and as Priest in Charge at All Souls’ in San Diego. Additionally, he has experience as a teacher and a coach. During his free time, he enjoys reading, going to the gym, and watching movies. His family includes his wife Sherry, four children, and ten grandchildren.

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Phil Theodorou

Music Director

Phil Theodorou is a native of Southern California and received his earliest training in music as a chorister with the Pasadena Boys’ Choir. After graduating high school, he received a bachelor’s degree in music education from Fresno State University, a master’s degree in conducting and music education from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, and a doctoral degree in choral conducting from the University of Oklahoma. He began his teaching career in 1988 directing high school choral ensembles in California and Nevada.

In addition to directing music at St. Andrew’s, Phil currently teaches in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District.He also served on the faculties of Cal State Long Beach, UC Irvine, Boise State University, and Georgia Southwestern State University. Today he still resides in Southern California with wife Megan Starr-Levitt, a former “Christine” with the national tour of “The Phantom of the Opera” and their sons Alexander and Stefan.

Minerva Cruz


Minerva is bilingual in English and Spanish. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting from Cal State Fullerton. Before joining St. Andrew’s in 2009, Minerva worked as a parish accountant in a local church, as an administrative assistant at the Sisters of St. Joseph in Orange, and as a staff accountant in a local business. She is blessed to be a part of this loving and welcoming community.  What makes her most excited is interacting with parishioners and assisting with the financial management of the Church. She enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children at their home in Fullerton.

Honour Harry

Christian Education Coordinator

Honour Harry arrived in California in 2016 to further her illustration education. Before that, she grew up in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Beaumont, Tx, volunteering in multiple capacities such as acolyte assistant, Sunday school teacher, confirmation leader, Lay Eucharistic minister, and soup kitchen server. She graduated from Lamar University Summa cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts, but she wanted more opportunities that only California seemed to provide. After taking classes for two years at Concept Design Academy and Brainstorm School of Art, she rediscovered her love for teaching and decided to pursue it.

In addition to working at St. Andrews as the Sunday School Coordinator, she also works at North Orange Community College for Continued Education, teaching art classes to residents of nursing homes and memory care facilities. When she’s not teaching, she works as a freelance illustrator. Her illustrations have been featured in cookbooks, calendars, tabletop games, and children’s books, including the Halley Harper: Science Girl Extraordinaire series and the Three Courses Cookbook.
Honour was delighted to find a loving Episcopal community in St. Andrews and feels grateful she can contribute her services to such an enthusiastic church. She currently lives with her partner and her family while raising cats and researching good ghost stories.

Claudia Kellogg


Claudia Kellogg is a native of California from December 3. She has always made her living as a musician and actress. She has played piano for places as far apart as churches and Knotts Berry Farm. Also, she has been lucky enough to act in musicals, operas, plays, and as a background person for films and television. Her hobbies are quilting, collecting old and unusual cookbooks, and cinema history from its beginnings through World War II.

Sheila Jordan

Sunday School Teacher

Sheila has extensive experience working with kids, which includes 39 units in early childhood education, being CPR/First Aid Certified, having 35+ years in the classroom (including infant/toddler, preschool, and school age), a live-out nanny for two families, and a previous Sunday School teacher at Brea United Methodist.

She is 53 years old and has been in a personal relationship with a God-fearing man for 6 years. She has two daughters who are 18 and 21 and reside in the city of Placentia.

She currently works as an Assistant Director for Blessed Sacrament Children’s Learning Center, and she is a before school childcare teacher for Van Buren Elementary. She also handles social media and marketing for several businesses in Orange County and volunteers for many non-profit organizations.

In her free time, to which there is very little, she enjoys taking Carnival cruises! She has sailed 31 times with that line already! She also helps take care of her boyfriend’s 95-year-old aunt.