Clergy & Staff

The Rev. Jane Milliken Hague

The Rev. Jane Milliken Hague

Interim Priest in Charge

The Rev. Jane Milliken Hague (she/her/hers)
Priest-in-Charge
Email: jmhague@stpaulsmaine.org

Jane has a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a Master of Theology from Virginia Seminary.

Jane is licensed to serve as an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Maine, and canonically resident in the Diocese of Washington, DC.

Jane is a trained interim who has served in parishes in Annapolis, Maryland; Hanover, New Hampshire; Washington, DC; Damascus, Maryland; and Falmouth, Maine. Most recently she served as Interim Rector in Princeton, New Jersey. Jane holds a Certificate in Nonprofit Executive Leadership from the Lily School of Philanthropy. She brings years of experience and wisdom to a parish going through a transition.

Prior to being ordained in Washington, DC, Jane raised her two sons in Kensington, Maryland. Professionally she ran a gardening company, Garden Grooming. She continues her work as a retreat leader and spiritual director and is a practitioner of contemplative prayer.

Jane and her partner recently returned to Falmouth, Maine and their new home. She loves hiking and takes great delight in her newly minted grandson.

The Rev. Katie Holicky (she/her)

The Rev. Katie Holicky (she/her)

Assistant Rector

katieholicky@stpaulsmaine.org

The Rev. Katie Holicky, (she/her/hers), M.Div., B.A.
Katie is an Episcopal Priest in the Diocese of Maine.
She has a B.A. in Religious Studies and Minor in Catholic Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University and her work in her Masters of Divinity, from Epsicopal Divinity School Cambridge, MA, focused on Intercultural Social Justice.
For over a decade Katie has served parishes focusing on intergenerational ministry. In addition to working in traditional church settings, Katie also enjoys serving interspiritual/ ecumenical communities, is a trained Interfaith Spiritual Director, expert in facilitating conversations on racial justice, and an activist. Katie’s passion for serving in any setting comes from a deep desire to affirm, love, and build sacred community with all people no matter their journey.
When she isn’t focusing on ministry Katie can be found exploring the outdoors with her husband, baking, reading, and binge-watching National Geographic documentaries.

The Rev. Andree Appel (she/her)

The Rev. Andree Appel (she/her)

Deacon

AndreeAppel@stpaulsmaine.org

Andree was born and raised in the Midwest but lived in Germany, Connecticut, New Mexico, Alaska, and the Cape Verde Islands in W. Africa before settling in Brunswick with her husband and two kids in 1998. A retired Physician Assistant, Andree felt a call to service all her life but it wasn’t until late in life that the call to ordained ministry became clear. Ordained a Deacon in September 2023, she is now enjoying a second “career” that she feels she was born to do. She is passionate about issues of social justice and ecumenism. She enjoys her work with Sacred Ground groups, the Brunswick Area Interfaith Council, on the Oasis Free Clinic board, and her work with asylum seekers and on the board of the MidCoast New Mainers Group.

Andrea Lauerman (she/her)

Andrea Lauerman (she/her)

Sacred Ground Program Coordinator

Andrea.H.Lauerman@gmail.com

Andrea has a Bachelors’ in Environmental Studies from Dartmouth College and a Masters’ of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

She spent 15 years as a high school science teacher in New Jersey, Boston, and Maine, during which time she had the opportunity to explore issues of racial justice from many angles. She believes that engaging in challenging conversations about race in a supportive environment is an essential way for us to move forward, and she is grateful to be in a position where she can help to facilitate that process.

Outside of work, she can be found running the local trails, skiing, and spending time outdoors with her kiddos. She also loves to play the piano, read, and bake

Randy Day

Randy Day

Parish Administrator & Music Ministry Director

207-725-5342 ext. 3#
randyday@stpaulsmaine.org

An educator and musician, Randy has taught all levels of classroom music, from kindergarten to high school, as well as maintaining a private studio. He has lived and worked in Tennessee, Michigan, California, Illinois, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Randy holds a Bachelor’s of Music Education from Southern University in Collegedale, TN, later earning his graduate degree in Organ Performance from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI. He moved to Maine in 2014.
Randy’s involvement with the Episcopal denomination has spanned three parishes since 1989: the Church of the Resurrection, Longwood, FL; St. John’s, Lancaster, PA, and St. Paul’s, Brunswick, ME.

Since moving to Maine, Randy has become fond of New England, exploring its lighthouses (34 so far). He resides in Gardiner, Maine, with his two Feist puppies named Bree and Fynn. In the last two years Randy has become active as an accompanist for the Amethyst Ensemble, professional musicians who share the love of vocal and instrumental chamber music with audiences in Maine. Spring and summer finds him enjoying landscaping, hiking, and hosting company from around the country.

Karen W Tucker (she/her)

Karen W Tucker (she/her)

Communications Administrator

karentucker@stpaulsmaine.org

Karen Tucker, our Communications Administrator, has extensive experience in social media, graphic design, web design and maintenance, office management, volunteer and parish calendar coordination. She has a passion for helping others demonstrated while working at St. Alban’s in Cape Elizabeth and the Freeport YMCA, where she worked for five years as the volunteer and membership coordinator.
Karen has a degree in graphic design and has three adult sons and two rescue dogs. Her late husband worked for the City of Portland and was a lobsterman.
Karen is a lifelong Mainer at heart, enjoying living on Great Diamond Island year-round for the past 30 years. Every day, 365 days of the year, she shares her passion for the outdoors and the islands of Casco Bay with a daily picture blog on Facebook and Instagram. KTUCKERGDI is filled with observations on outdoor and island living, local beauty, sustainable living and the beauty of the sea and island life.

Carolyn Farr

Carolyn Farr

Administrative Assistant

carolynfarr@stpaulsmaine.org

Carolyn works part-time in the parish office, helping with worship booklets, announcements and a wide variety of administrative support as needed. She loves spending time with volunteers and feels blessed to support the vibrant and caring staff and parishioners of St. Paul’s.
Phone: 207-725-5342 ext.4#