Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in 1999, the Rev. Dr. David Ensign has served as pastor of Clarendon Presbyterian Church, in Arlington, VA, for more than a decade. He holds a doctorate in philosophy from DePaul University and a masters in religious studies from the Divinity School at the University of Chicago. He also attended Lexington Theological Seminary in Lexington, KY, while undergoing “the trials of ordination.” Over a beer or two he can explain precisely why they are called that. He currently serves on the board of People of Faith for Equality in Virginia and the activist council of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship. He lives in Arlington with his wife, Cheryl. They are the parents of three young adults. He writes stories, songs and poetry, and blogs when the spirit moves him. In 2013-14, with his son, Martin, he co-wrote and co-directed the documentary film, Crooked. Learn more about David.
Blair's preferred pronouns are she, her, hers.
Charles is honored to be CPC's new choir director and accompanist. He has worked in both Maryland and New York as a church choral director and pianist since 2008. Charles received his masters in piano performance from the University of Maryland School of Music in 2017. When not teaching piano or working at CPC, Charles stays active in social justice causes. He volunteers as a pianist with the Missionaries of Charity Men's Home in Washington, DC. Charles loves the ocean and has a 6 year old pet cat named Alejandro.
Charles' preferred pronouns are he, him, his.
"As the office administrator, I get to interact with congregation members on a daily basis. At CPC, I am always greeted with a warm welcome, and enjoy frequent invitations to join the Clarendon community as we engage with each other and the community at large."
Beth's preferred pronouns are she, her, hers.