St. Augustine's in-the-Woods Episcopal Church People of Faith Serving Beautiful Whidbey Island



Molly Felder

Molly Felder moved to Langley in September 2015 from Nashville, TN but hails from the great state of Texas! She loves singing, good books/movies/music, and being around sweet, funny, family and friends. Molly, her husband Mickey, and their son Grafton are grateful to be on beautiful Whidbey Island. You can reach Molly in the office […]


Rob Anderson

Rob grew up in northern Illinois, outside of Chicago. He has lived around the country, most recently in Atlanta, where he met and married his wife Kate nearly 29 years ago. They moved to Whidbey just over a year ago, and Rob was almost immediately drafted to serve here as bookkeeper and as an EfM […]


David Locke

After a long and circuitous route, David found his way to St. Augustine’s in April of 2012.  A lifelong church musician, he has also given tours at Hearst Castle, and driven large trucks to and from Alaska.  Now “semi-retired,” he resides in Langley, plays the organ, shepherds the choir, and enjoys playing his accordion in […]


Mic Kisinger

Michelle (Mic) Kisinger – I’m a retired PE teacher from Portland Oregon. I taught and coached 30 plus years in Portland Public Schools; middle school PE and as a reading specialist along with coaching high school Volleyball. In 2006, I retired from full time teaching and was diagnosed with Lupus, got my dream dog (a […]

Susan Campbell Sandri, Phd

Susan Campbell Sandri, PhD

WELCOME to St. Augustine’s in-the-Woods! Enjoy our beautiful campus and truly loving community! Church and family have been the anchors in my nomad life. A Navy brat then USMC/Army NG wife, I loved the lifestyle of moving. Somehow, the world seems both bigger and smaller for having lived in many places. Throughout my 45 addresses, […]

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The Rev. Canon Joan Anthony, Interim

  The Rev. Canon Joan Anthony, Interim Canon Joan began her ministry here at St. Augustine’s on August 1, 2019, and has served extensively with the Diocese of Olympia. She was Canon to the Ordinary for Bishop Rickel, Canon for Congregational Development beforehand, and also an instructor at the Diocesan School for Ministry. In the […]