Welcoming Lee Hilts and Rev. Canon Meg Greto
As our young diocese has matured, the Lord has blessed us with healthy growth in areas of ministry like church planting and Gospel expansion, leadership development, theological engagement with our culture, and our internal canonical and ecclesiastical structures. However, over the last few years it has become clearly apparent to us that we need more help in a couple key areas of diocesan life and ministry: our financial systems and sexual misconduct prevention systems.
To address these two crucial aspects of our diocesan life we have hired two part time employees. Lee Hilts is now functioning as our Chief Financial Officer and is charged with the oversight and maturation of our financial systems.
In addition, Rev. Meg Greto is now functioning as Canon for Ethics and Protection and is charged with the development of policies, training, and accountability for our churches in areas such as the protection of children, adult sexual misconduct, and various other aspects of ethical and sexual boundaries in the life or our diocese.
Lee and Sarah have been married for 25 years and have a son Andrew who is a junior at University of South Carolina and a daughter Jane who is a senior in high school. He currently is the treasurer for the province and is excited to rejoin the diocesan leadership after having served as the treasurer from 2016-2020.
Rev. Canon Megan Greto
The Rev. Canon Megan Greto serves as a Deacon in the Triangle Deanery and was ordained to the Diaconate in July 2020. In September, she joined the Diocese as Canon for Ethics and Protection. Her role will be to support the Bishop with policies, training, and resources to foster safeguarding in each of our churches. Meg also serves as the Family Ministry Leadership Network Director for the ACNA with the Next Generation Leadership Initiative (NGLI). She was most recently the Family Ministry Director at All Saints for 5.5 years.
The mission of our Diocese is to plant, equip, and multiply disciple-making Anglican churches, and to support and serve their people and leaders in Christian life and mission. Though these two areas of ministry aren’t usually on center stage, they are nonetheless crucial to the mission of our diocese, and to our ongoing health and maturity.
We are so grateful to God for his provision through Lee and Meg and we look forward to their valuable contributions to our life and ministry together!