Administration and Faculty

Hubbard 0082-EditCanon Paul K. Hubbard STD, President; Professor of Greek and New Testament

Dr. Hubbard became the eighth president of St. Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary on October 6th 2013. He holds the Sacrae Theologiae Doctor and a Master of Theology (Summa Cum Laude) from St. Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary, and a Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College in New York with a major in Sociology. Dr. Hubbard teaches New Testament, Greek, and Spiritual Formation.

Theologically, Hubbard’s academic emphasis has been in the area of the literary and historical integrity of the New Testament materials. His Master’s thesis, The Jonas Genre, proposes a linguistic solution to the “Synoptic Problem.” His doctoral dissertation, From Exodus to Eisodus, proposes a linguistic solution to the problem of the author of Hebrews. He has also done post-doctoral research in the Johannine Corpus, seeking to unravel questions concerning the authorship of the Gospel, the epistles and the Revelation that bear his name, and the contextual relationship of this corpus to the rest of the New Testament materials.


Dr Guy DunkleeThe Very Revd Guy Dunklee, Vice-President for Doctoral Programs
Dr. Dunklee has a B.A. and B.S. from Elmhurst College; an M.A. from the University of Biblical Studies; an M.Div. and D.Min. from American Christian College and Seminary, and a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from St. Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary. Dr. Dunklee works directly with doctoral students as their advisor from proposal to dissertation. His committee of readers consists of doctors from the community of scholars with an interest in the student’s area of research.




Dr John HainesJohn E. Haines, Th.D. Interim Academic Dean; Director, Institute of Sacred Music and Liturgy, Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology.
Dr. Haines is a professional church musician. He received a B.A. in piano performance from Colorado Christian University; an M.M. in conducting from the Eastman School of Music; and an M.B.Th. and Th.D. from St. Andrews Theological College and Seminary. Dr. Haines is also the Director of the Institute for Sacred Music, a partner organization with SATCS, which is an aggressive music mentoring program, fully recognized by SATCS.  It is his passion for training future lay and professional leaders of the Church that is his inspiration in building and maintaining a close community relationship as the Director of Alumni Relations


Hackendorf teachingReverend Bob Hackendorf; Professor of Old Testament Studies and Hebrew Professor Hackendorf is Rector of The Church of the Apostles, a parish of the Anglican Church in North America in Hope Mills, North Carolina.  Bob is a native of Baltimore, MD, and was raised in a Southern Baptist family. He attended Wheaton College in Illinois, where he majored in Ancient Languages and Biblical Studies. He has also earned degrees from Fuller Theological Seminary and Cranmer Theological House and done post-graduate work at the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University. He and Cheryl have been married for 22 years, and have served congregations in Oklahoma, Texas, New York and New Jersey.   They currently live in Parkton, NC with their son Noah.

Carrie Strickland holds an MBA from Strayer University and serves as CFO at St. Andrew's.

SATCS CFO Carrie Strickland, MBA


Carrie Strickland, Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Strickland holds an MBA from Strayer University and has been a member of the Anglican Church since her confirmation in 1982. Currently the Senior Warden at St. Timothy’s Anglican Church in Poquoson, Virginia, Carrie has served as the Chief Financial Officer and as Administrative Assistant to the President since the beginning of his tenure.



Jeanne Hubbard System AdministratorJeanne Darby Hubbard, System Administrator With nearly 20 years of experience in higher education and in the management of training development for large corporations, Hubbard earned a Master of Science in Corporate Communication. Mrs. Hubbard brings to St. Andrew’s a broad-based knowledge of product innovation in cloud and mobile environments as a senior project management and training specialist. She is continuing her education at The George Washington University, as a doctoral student in the program for Educational Administration and Policy Studies in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Mrs. Hubbard develops and manages and integrates our interaction with internet and educational technology.

James Deviese, Librarian

James Deviese, Librarian

James Deviese, Librarian
Mr. Deviese works to modernize the physical and the “cyber-library” of SATCS, seeking to integrate the exciting new technologies that make more and more research materials available to the academic community. James Deviese holds a BA from McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College)and an MS from Florida Institute of Technology. Further studies include a paralegal certificate from Georgetown University and a certificate in theological education by extension from the University of the South. Mr. Deviese spent twenty years in the US Army principally in the fields of communications and administration. An avid fitness aficionado, he runs two or three full marathons yearly.



Abbot Oscar Joseph OCCO is Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Counseling. He is also the Abbot General of The Cistercian Order of the Holy Cross, a Benedictine order in full communion with the Orthodox Anglican Church. Abbot Oscar Joseph received an M.S. in education from Canisius College, a PhD from Bethany Divinity College and Seminary and an DST from Bethany Divinity College and Seminary. The Abbot has over 29 years of Pastoral Counseling Experience, being a board certified counselor in many areas and he also holds an honorary D.D. from St. Francis Seminary, an honorary LL.D. from St. Anthony House Bible Institute, and an honorary D.D. from St. Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary. He is currently Dean of St. Stephen Theological College and Seminary and Graduate adviser for St. Andrew’s Theological College and Seminary.




Fr Michael ClanceyThe Revd Chaplain Fr Michael Clancy, CH(MAJ), MDARNG is Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Christian Counseling. He received an M.Div. in Military Chaplaincy from Liberty University, an MAED in Counseling from Northern Arizona University, an M.A. in Psychology from Marshall University Graduate College. He is the special assistant to the President in matters relating to military chaplaincy training.