A “diocese” is a large body of Episcopal churches. St. Nicholas is an active part of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.
The Right Reverend Robert C. “Rob” Wright, Diocesan Bishop: The word “episcopal” means “a church with oversight by a bishop.” Our bishop is the Right Reverend Rob Wright, the 10th bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta. Bishop Wright makes regular visits to St. Nicholas to provide pastoral care, inspiration, and connection to the larger church. Click here for more about Bishop Wright.
The Right Reverend Don Wimberly, Assisting Bishop: The job of a bishop is difficult, overseeing so many congregations.The Diocese of Atlanta is blessed to have the Rt. Rev. Don Wimberly serve as the Assistant Bishop to Bishop Wright. Bishop Wimberly makes regular visits to St. Nicholas as well, supporting both our ministry and Bishop Wright’s. Click here for more about Bishop Wimberly.
The Reverend Jeff Jackson, Rector: Father Jeff served as Rector of St. Nicholas from November 2008 until December 3, 2017. He came to Harris County from St. Peter’s on Skidaway Island in Savannah, where he served as Assistant Rector. He received a degree in Religion and Philosophy from Berry College in Rome, then went immediately to Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, VA where he graduated in 2003. Father Jeff is married to Molly and has four children, Tai, Bronwyn, Liam, and Grey.