The Mallory Family Fine Arts Fund was started by Bill Mallory, in honor of his son. The fund was established to help promote and create opportunities for young people to develop their talents, skills and abilities and engage with the fine arts, and to support music that enriches our worship services and special events. The fund has made possible our Spring musical productions, play performances, the Mallory EpiscoBells, our School of the Arts, and has provided music scholarships for students to sing in our choirs. Revenue for the fund comes from individual gifts, ticket sales from our musical/theater productions, and registration fees for our School of the Arts.
If you are interested in giving to the Mallory Family Fine Arts Fund, funding a music scholarship for a deserving student, supporting our School of the Arts or our theater productions, please contact Rachel Root at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mallory Fund Scholars
An accomplished 22 year-old tenor, Andrew originally hails from Orlando, Florida. He currently studies Classical Voice (BM) at the University of North Florida with Dr. James Hall. Along with being a member of the Chancel Choir, Andrew is also the Music Librarian at Christ Episcopal Church. His passions include singing, soccer and horseback riding. After his BM at UNF he intends to continue performing and pursue a second degree in Accounting.
A Master's student in Choral Conducting at the University of North Florida, Joe is originally from Chicago. He moved to Saint Augustine in 1988. After graduating from UNF, He is looking to create beautiful music and be a cause in the transformation of others. The Christ Church family is for Joe is love, acceptance, and kindness.
Grew up in Ponte Vedra Beach, and currently attends University of North Florida as a Vocal Performance major. She aspires to be an opera singer after getting her graduates degree in the northeast.
Tallahassee, FL, Graduate of UNF - Class of 2017
Is currently teaching voice and piano. She plans on getting her masters and auditioning for as many productions as she can - theatre, musical theatre, and opera. She has enjoyed the past three and a half years she has spent with the CEC Family.
Boston Woods is delighted to be a part of the Christ Church family. He comes from Paducah, Kentucky, whose humble regions have encouraged him to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Homeschooled for life, he is now dual enrolling at FSCJ to complete his general education.
Hannah Woods majors in Philosophy (Applied Ethics) at the University of North Florida. Although born in Paducah, Kentucky, she has lived in Jacksonville, Florida for the majority of her life. Currently, she busies herself by writing essays on the metaphysics of various ethical systems, and hopes to independently publish her work as an anthology towards the end of her undergraduate career. She especially thanks Dr. Rachel Root for granting her this opportunity to pursue her love of music.