Curtis serving at St. Paul's Church

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Lee Curtis is the seminarian serving at St. Paul's Episcopal Church currently.
He will serve at the local church for about a year. Curtis is a third year student at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Curtis also is a candidate for Holy Orders in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.
In his undergraduate studies at Florida State University, Curtis majored in English literature and classics. He has an intense interest in education and storytelling and hopes to incorporate those interests in his work at St. Paul's.
Curtis and his wife, Hannah, live in the Candler Park neighborhood of Atlanta.

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