Jerrod Drye, Church Administrator
Jerrod O. Drye, Sr. is a native of Concord, NC. In 2001 Jerrod graduated from Concord High school. He attended Devry University in Decatur G.A. from Oct. 2001 to June 2003 where he majored in Computer Information Systems. Jerrod moved back to Concord in 2003. In August 2007 Jerrod married Ki’Saundra Thompson. Jerrod and Ki’Saundra have six children. In 2008 Jerrod attended The Family Church in Kannapolis, NC, where he participated in the ministerial courses for their Ministers In Training (MIT). Jerrod was Ordained as a minister in 2011 and later ordained as youth pastor in 2012. Jerrod never really left St. Peter’s LCMS because he still worshipped with them on occasions and even preached for several different services. In October 2015, Jerrod and his family rejoined St. Peter’s LCMS. Since rejoining he has participated in the lay deacon program 2016-2018 and the Specific Ministry Program 2018-2020. Jerrod began serving as the pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Concord, NC in August of 2019. January of 2021 Jerrod was hired as the Church Administrator of All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Concord, NC, and continues to pastor of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.
Ruth Brown, Administrative Assistant
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Becky Poynter, Finance
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Brian Sapp-Moore, MM, Director of Music & Coordinator of Communications
Brian Sapp-Moore grew up in Salisbury, North Carolina watching his mother play the organ at Organ Lutheran Church. At age 16, Brian began taking organ lessons with Dr. Michael Lehtinen at All Saints’ on the instrument he now plays every Sunday. Brian was the first person in his family to attend college and earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sacred Music with a concentration in Organ Performance at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. After falling in love with the Episcopal Church during his undergraduate years at St. Paul’s in Greenville, he knew he wanted to work in the denomination. Brian’s first church job was at Christ Episcopal Church in Elizabeth City, NC, where he worked for nearly 10 years. He also served as the Musical Director of several plays at the local community theater. Brian was called to be the Director of Music and Organist at All Saints’ in 2011. He leads two adult vocal ensembles, a handbell choir, two children’s choirs, and teaches music to the children of the Cabarrus Bilingual Preschool at Central and Lockhart. Brian also is Coordinator of Communications, where it is his aim to direct the flow of information to various media outlets, bringing information to the parishioners that are known to us and to those that we haven’t yet met. Fun Fact: Brian is a pretty good ballroom dancer, and can be seen in action at the occasional dance held at the parish. You may email Brian by clicking here.
Waynett Taylor, M.Ed., Executive Director of the Lockhart Child Development Center
Mrs. Taylor comes to this position with a wealth of knowledge, a passion for serving children and the awareness that a loving and well-educated teaching staff are all important components of a great child development center. She is a life-long learner, an early education teacher and administrator. She comes to All Saints’ Episcopal Church from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College where she was serving as the adjunct professor in the School of Education.
Mrs. Taylor graduated Summa Cum Laude and holds two master’s degrees: Master’s in Education in Special Education from Grand Canyon and Master’s in Education in Birth to Third Grade from Capella University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from Winston-Salem State University and Associate of Arts from Davidson Community College. She brings experience as the former Director of the Davidson Community College Child Development Center as well as the Director at First Baptist Child Care Center in Lexington, NC.
Currently, Mrs. Taylor serves as the Chair of the Board for the Cabarrus Partnership for Children and is a member of the Cabarrus County Taskforce for the Young Child. In 2015 she was honored as Teacher of the Year.
The Lockhart Child Development Center plans to open its doors to serve 68 children (from 3-months to 5-years- old) the week of September 6. Hours of operations will be from 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM. The weekly cost of tuition will range from $250 to $300, depending on the age of child and their classroom assignment. If you are interested enrolling your child(ren) in our program, please click on this application to start the process. Once you complete the application, email it to email@example.com. You will be contacted to discuss the next steps in the enrollment process. There is a non-refundable application fee of $15 due at the time of official enrollment.