St. Alban's Episcopal Church

  welcomes you

The Reverend Jim Croom
Interim Rector


The Reverend Greg McIntyre

Associate Rector and Episcopal Campus Minister at Davidson College

Father Greg is a life long Episcopalian.  Born in Athens, Georgia, he grew up in and around the town, and later attended the University of Georgia.  After graduating, he moved to Black Mountain, North Carolina where he worked as a summer camp director and professional lay minister for nearly a decade.  His seminary studies were at The General Theological Seminary in New York, and he has been serving as a Priest since his ordination in 2011. 

Greg joined the staff at St. Alban’s in August of 2013.  He is married to Kathleen McIntyre, also an Athens native, and together they have two children, Gracie and Andrew.  Apart from his vocation, his interests are too numerous to list but often tend to culminate around the outdoors, fitness, and power tools.

You may contact Father Greg by calling the church office at: 704-892-0173, his cell phone: 828-230-7617 or by e-mail:

The Reverend Rebecca Yarbrough


Rebecca is a Charlotte native, married to Dave for 42 years, who lives in Charlotte with a dog and cat. A graduate of Queens College and the UNC School of Government's County Administration Program, she's also the mother of Nancy and Kathy, graduates of USC and UNC-W. She was ordained to the diaconate in June, 2008, and came to St. Alban's in July, 2008.

As a vocational deacon, Rebecca's call is to "bridge" between the Church and the needs of the world. This means helping to bring world and community needs to the attention of St. Alban's and helping St. Alban's to organize to meet those needs.

Right now that work includes supporting St. Alban’s very active Outreach Team as they launch an initiative to help the homeless and housing-insecure and provide a wide range of programs and services to help those in need in the Lake Norman area:  La Escuelita San Alban bi-lingual pre-school, serving at the Mooresville Soup Kitchen, tutoring at LearnWorks Bridge, and planning mission work in Costa Rica.  She also leads a team from other Episcopal congregations in Charlotte in the start-up of Galilee Ministries, serving the refugee and immigrant community of East Charlotte. 

You may contact Rebecca by e-mail at: