Clergy and Staff


The Rev. Lynn Campbell

The Rev. Lynn Campbell was called to serve as Rector of St. Peter’s in Weston, MA in 2016. Ordained in 2011, she previously served for 5 years as the Associate Rector of Christ Church, Needham, MA. Prior to becoming an Episcopalian and discerning a call to ordination to the priesthood she served as a college campus minister at various universities and as the Manager of Volunteers and Pastoral Care at St. Francis House, a homeless day shelter in Boston.

Lynn grew up in the Roman Catholic tradition and is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross. Following graduation she participated in the Jesuit Volunteer Corp in San Diego before completing a Masters of Divinity at Weston Jesuit School of Theology in 2003. Lynn has recently shocked her family and friends by becoming both a swimmer and a runner. Although there are no triathlons in sight, she did recently run her first 10k. Lynn loves spending time with her family at Lewes Beach in Delaware and spoiling her niece as much as possible.

To contact Rev. Lynn Campbell:
Church Office: 781-891-3200


Andrew Shenton

Director of Music:
Andrew Shenton

Andrew Shenton was born in England. His first professional music training was at The Royal College of Music in London, where he studied under a scholarship from The Royal College of Organists. While at the RCM he read for a B.Mus. degree at London University and was an organ scholar at St. Paul’s Cathedral. After graduating he was appointed Director of Music at St. Matthew’s Church in Northampton and Lecturer in the Humanities at Leicester University. In 1991 Andrew Shenton moved to the US to study for a Master’s degree at the Institute for Sacred Music, Worship and the Arts at Yale University and then for a Ph.D. in musicology at Harvard University. As a student at the ISM he prepared for a ministry involved with the arts (with music as a primary focus), as he is interested in all aspects of spirituality and the arts. Dr. Shenton has a Master’s degree in organ performance from Yale, and holds the Fellowship diploma of the Royal College of Organists. Recently he has given recitals in such venues as King’s College, Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue (New York debut), and Washington National Cathedral. He has toured extensively in Europe and the US as a conductor, recitalist and clinician, and his two solo organ recordings have received international acclaim.

At Boston University, Dr. Shenton holds appointments in the School of Theology, School of Music (College of Fine Arts) and CAS/GRS. He is the James R. Houghton Scholar of Sacred Music, Director of the Master of Sacred Music program, the Boston University Messiaen Project [BUMP], and the Religion and Arts Initiative.

To contact Andrew Shenton:
Church Office: 781-891-3200


Parish Administrator:
Cathy Richmond Robinson

Cathy Richmond Robinson is a recent addition to our staff. She assumed the role of Parish Administrator at St. Peter’s in July 2016, after the former Parish Secretary retired.

She originally hails from The Bahamas but has resided in New England for the better part of thirty years and is now well-accustomed to (but not enamored of), Massachusetts’ winters. A graphic designer by trade, Cathy holds a B.A. from Harvard University and an M.F.A. in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art. She is a long-standing Episcopalian and has been an active member of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Mattapan for 17 years.

Cathy is in the Church Office Monday-Thursday from 9am-2pm and Friday from 9am-1pm.

To contact Cathy Richmond Robinson:
Church Office: 781.891.3200 ext 11
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Children and Youth Minister and Postulant for Holy Orders:
Katie Ernst

Katie is originally from the prairies of South Dakota. After traveling for two years with a Christian band throughout the United States and East Africa, she received her an undergrad degree in Gender Women Sexuality Studies and Critical White Theory from the University of Minnesota. During her undergrad she fell in love with building Christian community and began her 10 year journey of forming intentional communities in Minneapolis and Boston.

In 2016 she graduated from Boston University School of Theology with a Masters of Divinity and is currently a postulant in the Diocese of Massachusetts and the Program Director for The Mission Institute at the Diocese. Most importantly she is a wife, dog-parent, daughter, chef, instigator and community member! She is thrilled to journey with the people of St. Peter’s this next year and discover where God is already at work and moving.

To contact Katie Ernst:
Church Office: 781-891-3200