Cathedral Ministry Team
Rob joined the Cathedral staff in August 2014. Rob leads and oversees all Cathedral staff and programs having direct oversight of pastoral care and worship. He works closely with the Chapter and lay leadership of the community to live into the vision and mission of the Cathedral. [Read more...]
The Ven. Ruth Elder has been appointed by Bishop Sutton to serve at the Cathedral of the Incarnation as deacon. Ruth currently serves in the Diocese of Maryland as Archdeacon for Formation, where she facilitates and coordinates the training of new deacons... [Read more...]
The Rev. Christine McCloud serves in the Diocese of Maryland as the Canon for Mission. She is the Chief Program Officer of the Sutton Scholars High School Enrichment Program which works with high school teens to teach them skills that will enrich their future... [Read more...]
Joey joined the staff in 2018 serving part-time as the Music Associate directing the children’s choir. In addition to his work with the Cathedral, Joseph is the Artistic Director of the Baltimore Children’s Choir and the Assistant Director of the Maryland State Boychoir... [Read more...]
Assisting Clergy and Ministers
Members of the Cathedral Congregation who give their time and talent to preach, pastor, and teach.
The Rev. Charles Cloughen is the Diocesan Planned Giving Consultant. He occasionally serves as preacher and presider at the Eucharist. He is also an advisor to the ERICA program. [Read more...]
The Rt. Rev. Robert W. Ihloff is retired Bishop of Maryland. Bob serves regularly as a preacher and presider at the Eucharist. He is currently serving as the Bishop Associate of the Diocese of Virginia. [Read more...]
The Rev. Elizabeth Masterson occasionally as presider and preacher and regularly offers the children’s sermon as well as preaching and presiding at the 9:15am Child Centered Eucharist. [Read more...]
The Rev. Mary Sulerud serves in the Diocese of Maryland as the Canon for Discernment and Congregational Vitality. She is a member of the Cathedral congregation, serves as preacher and presider at our 8am and 11am services... [Read more...]
The Chapter is responsible for the governance of the corporate and temporal affairs of the Cathedral. Members are elected during the Annual Meeting, which is ordinarily held on the last Sunday of January. Each year three members retire from The Chapter and three new members are elected to serve a four-year term. Together with the Dean and staff of the Cathedral, the Chapter establishes the vision, fosters the spirit of stewardship, and secures the funds to maintain the Cathedral’s ministries.