Clergy, Staff & Vestry
Bishop Anthony Burton is the former Bishop of Saskatchewan, and since 2008 Rector of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas, Texas. He was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, and was educated at University of Toronto, Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the University of Oxford. He was ordained in the Diocese of Nova Scotia, where he served in two parishes on Cape Breton Island. In 1991 he moved to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, where he served as Dean of St. Alban’s Cathedral. In 1993, he was elected Bishop of the Diocese of Saskatchewan. At the time of his election in 1993, Bishop Burton was the youngest bishop in the world-wide Anglican Communion, and the youngest Canadian bishop in the twentieth century. He has been married to Anna Burton since 1989. They have two children.
Thomas Kincaid began ordained ministry at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas and has been Vice Rector since June 2015. In between his first stint at Incarnation and his present role, Thomas served as priest in charge of two parishes in the Diocese of Northern Indiana. During his tenure there, the parishes became the first and second fastest growing parishes in the Diocese reaching new people in their respective communities and seeing their budgets restored to health. Thomas attended Duke University Divinity School graduating from its Anglican Episcopal House of Studies. Prior to Duke, he spent a year in Washington, D.C., after attending Southern Methodist University, where he earned a B.B.A. in finance and a B.A. in American history. He is sought as a speaker in the areas of stewardship, discipleship, and parish organization. Thomas is married to Elisabeth Kincaid, an attorney and doctoral student in moral theology at the University of Notre Dame. They have two children.
John Sundara was born and raised in India until Grade 9 and was baptized into the Church of South India. When he was 13, his family immigrated to Canada. After college, he interned for a year with Power to Change, an interdenominational campus ministry he had participated in while attending school. His ministry there included mentoring younger students, leading Bible studies, and organizing student retreats. He found himself called to ordained ministry the more he helped others discover and experience Christ. He earned his MDiv from Wycliffe College in Toronto. In January 2017, John moved to Texas, was ordained a deacon, and joined the clergy staff at Church of the Incarnation where he serves Growth Group ministry and oversees Adult Education.
Ryan studied philosophy and religion at the University of Southern California before earning a Juris Doctorate and Masters of Theological Studies from SMU. After a brief career in the law Ryan felt called by God to teach and preach. He spent three years at All Saints' Episcopal School before being led to the Church of the Incarnation. He is married to Caroline Waller and has two sons, Ford Casey and Charles Henry. Ryan is passionate about sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ through imaginative preaching and is honored to serve as the pastoral leader of the Uptown Services.
Deacon Judy Frizzell and her husband Everett have been members at Incarnation since moving to Dallas with their four children in 1980. A graduate of Rice, she taught high school English. Perceiving a call to ministry, she attended The Anglican School of Theology and received a Licentiate in Spiritual Theology and Direction. She did Clinical Pastoral Education at Parkland and at Scott and White and became a board certified chaplain. Ordained deacon in 1998, she worked at Presbyterian as chaplain and department manager. After retirement, she was asked to offer pastoral care at Incarnation to the Seniors, homebound, hospitalized, and recovering.
A Cuban native, Fr. René came to the United Staes in 1960. After living in Miami, Florida and Wichita Falls, Texas; he received his graduate degree in Clinical Social Work in 1972 from the University of Texas at Arlington. In 1984, he graduated from seminary at the Anglican School of Theology and was ordained to the priesthood by January of 1985. He has served at Church of the Ascension in Dallas, St. Barnabas' in Garland, St. Elisabeth's in Memphis, Tennessee, and St. Andrew's in Collierville, Tennessee. He was Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of West Tennessee, and Interim Canon to the Bishop Pro Tempore in the Diocese of Dallas. Most recently, he served on a part-time basis as the Assistant to the Rector at Holy Trinity by the Lake in Heath. Canon René and his wife, Nancy, have been married 25 years and have six children and ten grandchildren between them. Nancy is a speech pathologist working for a charter school, and serves the Dallas Independent School District as a speech therapist.
A priest-scholar, Fr. Austin's background is in both the parish ministry and the academic world as a former parish rector and university professor. In 2005, Fr. Austin served as Theologian in Residence at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York City. His book, Up with Authority: Why We Need Authority to Flourish as Human Beings, was published by T&T Clark and was shortlisted for the very distinguished 2013 Michael Ramsey prize. Saint Thomas Church published a collection of his short pieces, Priest in New York: Church, Street, and Theology, reflections on theology and everyday life. His most recent book, Christian Ethics: A Guide for the Perplexed, is also published by T&T Clark. Finally, Losing Susan, a theological reflection on the loss of his wife, was published in 2016.
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