The Rev. Christopher Klukas (Fr. Chris) grew up in a Christian family as the son of a priest. God called him to the priesthood at the age of 16 during a diocesan youth retreat. He became the Rector of Good Samaritan Anglican Church in May of 2017. Prior to this, he served as Director of Communications and Publishing at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA, and as Rector of St. Martin’s Anglican Church in Monroeville, PA. A father to five small children, Fr. Chris is keenly interested in nurturing faith in the home and teaching other parents how to live out their faith with their children. He graduated from Nashotah House Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity in 2006. He is nearing completion of a Doctor of Ministry degree at Trinity School for Ministry with a focus on liturgy and catechesis. He enjoys spending time with his family, preaching and teaching, discipling, planning worship, cooking delicious meals, photography, Crossfit, hiking and backpacking, camping, spending time in God’s creation, growing food in his yard, and chopping wood. He has been married to the Rev. Carrie Klukas since 2005 and counts her as a significant source of inspiration.

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