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To cultivate a thriving community that follows the ways of Jesus and spreads the love of God.


We are a welcoming, inclusive, and vibrant congregation of all ages, joyfully giving and receiving God's love and grace.


St. Patrick’s Church seeks to honor the best of Episcopal tradition through embracing a diversity of spiritual understandings, practices, and ways of being. 


Whoever you are, and wherever you find yourself on life’s spiritual journey,
you are welcome here. 


The Rev. Gregory McIntyre is a native of Athens, Georgia. A man of both action and contemplation, his early adulthood adventures included being a commercial fisherman in Alaska, an Appalachian Trail through-hiker of the full 2,100 miles, and a Himalayan trekking guide. Later, for four years he was camp director at Camp Henry at Lake Logan Episcopal Center in Canton, N.C., where he founded the Camp Henry Outdoor School and was youth minister at St. James Episcopal Church in Black Mountain. Discerning his vocational call to the priesthood, he subsequently attended the General Theological Seminary in New York for his Masters in Divinity, and while there he served as a homeless minister and transitional deacon. Upon graduation in 2011, he moved with his family to Gastonia, where he assisted the rector at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in all areas of parish ministry and established the youth program. From there he moved to his recent positions as Associate Rector at St. Alban’s and Episcopal Campus Minister at Davidson College. Greg truly loves working in the Episcopal Church and celebrates being able to bring this joy and passion into our St. Patrick’s community where he sees incredible potential.

Education: Bachelor of Science in Education, University of Georgia. Masters in Divinity from General Theological Seminary, New York City.

Family: Greg, his wife, Kathleen and their two children live in Davidson.

Tel: 704.663.5659


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