Rev. Teri Daily
Teri began her ministry at St. Peter’s in 2008, after graduating from the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, TX. Before becoming a priest, she worked as a pediatrician. Teri’s husband, Dave, teaches religion at the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas. They have two children, Emma and Wilson, who both attend Hendrix College.
Rev. Peggy Cromwell
Peggy was born, raised, and has lived her whole life in Arkansas. A 1982 graduate of UCA, she has a total of 31 years of classroom experience. Her home parish has been St Nicholas’ in Maumelle where she served as junior warden. Peggy graduated as a member of the first full class of the Arkansas Iona Initiative in June 2016. She was ordained as a deacon on August 6, 2016. She loves to cook, read, play golf, and spend time with friends and family. She lives in Maumelle with her partner, Liz Adams, and their dog, Sister, and their cat, Bebe.
Minister to Children, Youth, and Families
Jerusalem joined the St. Peter’s staff in the summer of 2014. In addition to her ministry at St. Peter’s she is also a public speaker, and published author in the areas of faith and family. Her book A Homemade Year, the Blessings of Cooking, Crafting and Coming Together was published by Paraclete Press in March 2013. She also contributes to online publications and websites such as Patheos.com, and writes a personal blog which can be found on her website, JerusalemGreer.com. She shares her life with her husband Nathan, and their two boys Wylie and Miles and an ever changing rotation of pets, including a a hen house full of heritage chickens, and a Sheep Dog mutt. As a family they are attempting to live a slower version of modern life.
Choir Director and Organist
Patricia Oeste was raised in Chicago, Illinois. She received two undergraduate degrees with high honors from the University of Illinois and then pursued a professional performing career in Europe. She sang under such conductors as Leonard Bernstein (New York Philharmonic Orchestra) and Paul Angerer (Stuttgart Philharmonic). Subsequently, she returned with her family to Northwestern University where she received a Master of Music degree. Her husband’s job at UCA as Opera Director brought them to Conway, AR and consequently to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Karen McNutt- Senior Warden
Chris Odom – Junior Warden
Kelley King – Secretary
LeRoy Hendricks – Treasurer
Leigh Ann Warriner