Our Rector

Our rector is Fr. Caleb Evans. He began sensing a leading to ordained ministry at the age of 16, when he came to know Jesus in a personal way, and felt called to give his life to sharing Jesus with others. It is his great joy and privilege to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to shepherd the Lord's flock. He has a wide and quirky range of hobbies, but especially enjoys spending time with his beloved wife, Alane, and his two daughters. At CHT Fr. Caleb can be found teaching the adult Sunday School class, volunteering in our Children's Day Camp, participating in the Outreach Committee, leading an in-home weekly Bible study, doing  weekly visitations, and preaches compelling sermons from God's Word (just to name a few).    

Our Deacon

Deacon Marc Steele and his family started attending CHT in the fall of 2015. He graduated from Trinity International University in 2017 with a bachelor of ministry. He was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop Dobbs in the spring of 2018. He organizes the educational programing for the parish, organizes and manages the annual Children's Day Camp, is an intigral part of the Outreach Committee, and leads a weekly Bible study ministry to the northside of Syracuse. Dn Marc enjoys working alongside Fr. Caleb and the CHT vestry.

Our Bishop

Bishop Julian Dobbs is the Bishop of The Anglican Diocese of the Living Word and has oversight of the clergy and congregations in the diocese. He is passionate about the saving power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and is committed to empowering congregations, supporting clergy, transforming injustice, inspiring local and global mission, and planting churches.*


*all text taken from www.adlw.org/about-us/our-bishop

Our Resident Bishop


We are blessed to have a bishop in residence most Sundays. Bishop Dave Bena has retired to snowy Syracuse so he and his wife can be close to family. Although he is retired he can still be seen behind the altar at various times throughout the year, singing with the worship team, and out visiting parishioners in their homes. We are truly thankful for both his wisdom and serventhood in our church.