Good Shepherd Clergy, Staff, and Lay Ministers
The Rev. Josh Hosler, Rector
Pastor Josh was called to Good Shepherd in July 2018. He has been an Episcopal priest since 2014 but also served in Episcopal churches as a layperson before then. In addition to his work among us at Good Shepherd, he has served regionally in youth ministry, campus ministry, as co-chair of the Diocesan Commission on Liturgy and the Arts, on the board of the St. Mark's Cathedral Foundation, and as a regional clergy representative to the Diocesan Council. Josh enjoys being married and raising a teenager, keeping up with far-flung friends on social media, singing, composing church music, and chronicling the history of popular music in streaming playlists. Email Pastor Josh.
The Rev. Roy McLuen, Priest Associate
Roy came to Good Shepherd in August of 2013. He received his doctorate in woodwind performance and pedagogy in 1973 and taught music in small universities in Iowa, Illinois, and Kentucky. Roy was ordained to the priesthood in 1991 and served as rector in parishes in Iowa and Florida. He was married to his wife, Kathy, in 1968, and they have three children and nine grandchildren. Roy enjoys family times, teaching, and reading, especially science, science fiction, and fantasy. Email Father Roy.
Anna Lynn, Diaconal Postulant
Anna was assigned to Good Shepherd as a Diaconal Postulant in March of 2022. Good Shepherd serves as Anna’s field education placement in her call and process to become a Deacon in the Diocese of Olympia. Anna has been a partner in a valet parking and transportation firm for the past 27 years and resides in the community of Browns Point. She is passionate about social justice work, is an avid Seahawks fan, and loves spending time with her family and friends. Email Anna.
Alan Lynch, Director of Music
Alan joined us at Good Shepherd in October 2022, moving from New York State with his partner Aaron. A lifelong Episcopalian, Alan has also served in Roman Catholic churches, most recently the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Syracuse, New York. In addition to being an experienced organist, pianist, and choral conductor, Alan is a fine oboist and has played internationally. Alan also has a passion for building organs and started his own organ and piano service firm in Central New York. When not sharing music with us at Good Shepherd, he also works for Artisan Piano Services. Email Alan.
Evan Hershman, Parish Administrator
Evan joined the Good Shepherd team in October 2021. He grew up in Federal Way and attends St. Columba's Episcopal Church in Kent. Evan studied history and philosophy at Seattle University, and after completing graduate degrees in New Testament at Yale Divinity School and the Graduate Theological Union, he returned to the Pacific Northwest to pursue a career as a freelance editor, writer, and project manager. In his spare time, Evan can be found reading fantasy and mystery novels, playing guitar, and keeping in touch with the world of academic biblical studies. Email Evan.
Eric Laiblin, Sexton
Eric has been part of the Good Shepherd team since 2019. He brings his skills as a building inspector as he helps keep our facilities in working order and supports our ministries in their use of our physical spaces.
Moira Gaffney, Choral Scholar
Moira is a student at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma. Since 2021, her musical leadership has helped us sing confidently together in worship, whether we're joining the church services on-site or online.
Good Shepherd Vestry
Alisa Johnson, Senior Warden
Linda Butcher, Junior Warden
Bill Gillanders, Treasurer
Meg Stone, Vestry Clerk
Other Leaders at Good Shepherd
Mary McClellan Aronen, Ministry Coordinator/Finance Committee Chair
Beth Shoemaker, Assistant Treasurer
Jane Hughes, Facilities Committee Chair
Lucy Bloedel and Meg Stone, Fellowship Committee Co-Chairs
Deb Smith, Communications Committee Chair
Aimee Drake, Outreach Committee Chair
Gay Neal, Stewardship Committee Chair
Carole Loudenback, Pastoral Care Committee Chair
Karen White, Altar Guild Director
Gay Neal, Chair of Endowment Trustees