About St. Peter's Episcopal Church
There’s something happening almost every day at St. Peter’s. Whether you’re looking for a Bible study, a prayer group, a workshop, or just a friendly get together, we’ve got something for you.
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Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood.
The Rev. David Michaud
Father David Michaud has been Rector of St. Peter’s, Salisbury Parish since May of 2013. He graduated from the General Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity Degree with Honors in May 2007, was ordained to the Diaconate on June 2, 2007 and ordained to the priesthood on December 21, 2007.
During his tenure at St. Peter's the parish has seen growth and has made improvements to its buildings and grounds thanks to a successful capital campaign. Father David has instituted daily prayer in the church and enjoys teaching and leading Bible Studies throughout the year. In 2018 our Rector was involved in many efforts to celebrate the parish's 250th Anniversary, including a pilgrimage trip to England. During the pandemic he led efforts to establish permanent livestreaming of worship services. Father David is likely the only Rector of St. Peter’s to have grown up in Salisbury, attending St. Francis School and Wicomico High. He received his Bachelor of Arts cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley.
Father David is also the Chair of the Diocese of Easton’s Green Hill Church Committee, a member of the Diocesan Grants Committee, and Diocesan Council. He also consults for the national church’s General Convention Office has been the Assistant Secretary for Digital Systems for the past five General Convention.
Father David is married to Kelli Michaud, who is a community health nurse. They have two grown daughters, Erin and Maggie, who live in the Richmond area.
The Rev. Greg Harbaugh
The Rev. Laura McCarthy
Music Director and Organist
A native North Carolinian, Daniel Cherrix, has roots that run deep here on the Eastern Shore. Daniel’s father grew up in Snow Hill, and he has cousins still in the area.
Daniel received his undergraduate degree in Church Music from Erskine College in South Carolina, and his Masters of Sacred Music from Emory University in Atlanta. He has help posts in the Episcopal Church, United Methodist Church, and the American Baptist Church.
Daniel is thrilled to be the new music director here at St. Peter’s, and is looking forward to the many wonderful years of growth and excellence that lie ahead.
Cathy joined the St. Peter’s staff in September of 2013. Originally from Harrington, DE, she and her husband, Wayne have lived in Fruitland, MD since 2011 and have two children and one grandchild. Cathy has 30+ years of secretarial/administrative assistant experience in the fields of banking, public utility, global manufacturing, long term care, the local public school system and religious non-profits. She prides herself with keeping up with the ever changing technology and business office practices. In her spare time she enjoys driving on Assateague beach in her Jeep, playing anything competitive, hanging out with her family, and University of Maryland sports.
Director of Grace Notes
My name is Megan Fenoglietto. As the Director of Grace Notes, the handbell choir at St Peter’s, my goal is to foster a love for music and grow the musical abilities of our ringers. I work to create an environment where we can “know and share the love of Christ” through our music. I prefer music that is a healthy mix of traditional church hymns and contemporary pieces at an appropriate musical level for our ringers. I had an early experience playing handbells as an after school class in middle school. I continued my involvement and passion in music through high school and college playing instruments such as the flute, piccolo, saxophone, and mellophone in marching and concert bands. I also served as the marching band drum major for two years in high school and two years in college. I joined St Peter’s handbell choir as a playing member in 2009 and became the director in 2016. Grace Notes has grown to be an integral part of St Peter’s music ministries and I am blessed to be a part of such an amazing group.
In the Diocese of Easton
St. Peter’s, Salisbury Parish is part of the Diocese of Easton, which encompasses all counties on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Click here to go to the Diocesan website and find out what’s happening in your Diocese.