15th Rector: Matthew Hoxsie Mead
The Rev. Matthew Hoxsie Mead
The Reverend Matthew Hoxsie Mead was called as the 15th Rector of the Parish of Christ the Redeemer in 2015. Father Matt is married to Nicole DeCoursy Mead, and they have two school age children, Liam and Nicholas. Father Matt is a graduate of the University of Chicago, BA Philosophy, 1998, and Yale University, M. Div 2004, magna cum laude.
In addition to his work at Christ Church, Father Matt takes an active role in the larger church. He is one of the Clergy Deputies to General Convention from the Diocese of New York. He is the Chair of the 2021 (2022) General Convention Legislative Committee for Stewardship & Socially Responsible Investing. He is a member of and serves as Secretary of the Task Force for Liturgical and Prayer Book Revision of the Episcopal Church, and he serves as the Convener/Chair of that Task Force’s Communications Subcommittee. He is Chair of the Budget Committee of the Diocese of New York and serves as an ex officio member of both the Finance Committee of the diocese and the Council of the diocese.
Before coming to Christ Church Father Matt was Rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Granite Springs, New York, from 2009 until 2015, and Curate for Liturgy and Education at the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin in Times Square from 2004 until 2009. He was ordained in 2004 by the Right Rev. Mark Sisk, XV Bishop of New York.
Father Matt enjoys good food, good music, model trains, and golfing (poorly). He owns a jukebox (45 r.p.m.) which he curates, he assists as an archivist for the Black Crowes at Crowesbase, and he plays acoustic and electric guitar. The rectory basement features an extensive Lionel (O-Gauge) train layout, built by Father Matt – see his Christmas Train Video here.
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The Features are an American indie rock band from Tennessee. Though they have had limited success in the United States, they have been very well received in the United Kingdom and have a very loyal following in the Southeastern United States.
Matt Pelham, Roger Dabbs, Don Sergio, and Parrish Yaw attended middle school together in Sparta, Tennessee, a rural town that at the time had a population of less than 5,000. Pelham, Dabbs, and Sergio started a band when they were in the eighth grade out of boredom, and they started playing covers of Camper Van Beethoven, Neil Young, Guns N’ Roses, and others.
Within a few years they had become a fixture of Murfreesboro and nearby Nashville, and soon signed a deal with Spongebath Records, a local independent label that featured several of the biggest rock acts in the Nashville area such as Self, The Katies, and Fluid Ounces. Their first release, a six-song self-titled EP, was released in 1997.
Once they graduated from high school, Pelham and Dabbs moved to Murfreesboro to study music at Middle Tennessee State University while Sergio and Yaw went to Tennessee Technological University in nearby Cookeville. It was here that Pelham and Dabbs brought classmate Jason Taylor on to play drums, and Sergio brought Yaw on to play keyboards. Murfreesboro was a much larger town than Sparta, and The Features began to play at various bars and clubs around town, eventually dropping out of college to focus on the band.
In 1998, the band recorded a full-length LP for Spongebath. The album was never released, although two tracks from the sessions, “Thursday” and “Rabbit March”, were released as a limited 10″ vinyl record. Around this time, original members Don Sergio and Jason Taylor both left the band. Taylor was replaced by Rollum Haas.
In 1999-2000, they recorded their second full-length LP with Matt Mahaffey at his studio in Murfreesboro, which was also never released. In 2001, they released “The Beginning” EP. Their incessant touring and critical buzz led to a deal with Universal Records. Universal re-released “The Beginning” EP in 2004, and followed with their first-officially released album, Exhibit A. The band gained a lot of exposure opening for fellow Tennesseans Kings of Leon on various tours.
Currently, the band consists of Matthew Pelham, Roger Dabbs, Mark Bond, and Rollum Haas. They are unsigned and have had limited success, but have been well received by British media.
On June 17, 2009, Bug Music CEO John Rudolph announced that his company and Kings of Leon would be entering into a joint venture to establish a new record label imprint (later named “Serpents & Snakes”). For this new imprint, Kings of Leon has the freedom to sign and champion artists of their choice. The Features were the first band to be signed to the imprint, and the first release as part of the deal was the Some Kind Of Salvation LP, released July 28, 2009.
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Central-bound Sangermano can dunk at will, shoot with both hands
Aug. 8—It may be a case of picking your poison for those defending incoming freshman Nick Sangermano when he suits up for the Central Catholic boys basketball team next year.
At 6-foot-4, the Salem, N.H. resident has been dunking with regularity for nearly a year and, in youth basketball, he was dominant around the basket — until he decided to expand his repertoire.
“Two years ago, I switched to being a guard and a wing,” said Sangermano. “To be a Division 1 (college) player, which is my goal, you can’t be a 6-5 big man.”
And, says former Pelham coach Matt Regan, who coached Sangermano on his AAU team, the New England Storm, the switch worked wonders for his all-around game.
“He (Sangermano) can really do it all — he can shoot from just about anywhere, he can drive and he can play above the rim,” said Regan. “I’ve coached a lot of good kids, like (Pelham and Endicott star) Keith Brown, and Nick is in that category.
“The thing about him is that he puts in the time to keep getting better.”
What makes it particularly difficult for those guarding Sangermano is that he is virtually ambidextrous. He eats left-handed and primarily writes right-handed and, on the court, can shoot with either hand.
“Two years ago, I switched from (mainly) shooting lefty to shooting righty and now I feel shooting is one of my strengths,” he said. “But I can shoot with either hand.”
As evidence of his shooting, Sangermano drilled 15 3-pointers in one of his Storm AAU games and also hit the game-winning shot.
Moreover, Sangermano is probably not done growing. He wears a men’s size 16 sneaker and doctors feel he could reach 6-foot-7.
All in all, Sangermano should be a nice addition for always-strong Central Catholic, which he chose over Salem High.
“The players and the tradition there is what I liked,” he said. “Seeing all of their players go on and play in college was a big thing.”
As for his goal as a freshman, Sangermano wants to “keep getting better, learn to play with a shot clock and play some varsity.”
Can he start as a freshman?
“(Central) coach (Mark) Dunham told me I’ll have an opportunity to start if I work hard,” said Sangermano, whose father, Nick, was an Eagle-Tribune All-Star and all-state football player for Salem High back in 1995.
Based on that criteria, Sangermano should have that opportunity. He used to play some baseball but gave that up years ago and he’s been all-basketball all the time since.
Moreover, an indication of Sangermano’s potential is that he just recently accepted an invitation to join the prestigious Mass. Rivals AAU club which regularly travels to tournaments throughout the country.
Matt Landis: From Pelham To UA
I want to take a moment – in the off season in particular – to recognize Matt Landis, the Tewaaraton finalist defenseman from Notre Dame.
Matt Landis signs with Under Armour
We need more role models like Matt in the lacrosse world for a lot of reasons. He was the top defensive player in the nation, starting in all 15 games for the Irish in 2016. He picked up 31 ground balls and led the team with 18 caused turnovers. Matt is the 5th defensive player to be a Tewaaraton finalist but he is the first defensive player ever to be chosen as an Under Armour athlete.
I feel obligated to offer a BIG congratulations to any lacrosse player that joins the ranks of Tom Brady, Steph Curry, Jordan Spieth and Lindsay Vonn. Our sport is truly gaining international recognition.Matt Landis playing hockey for Pelham Memorial High School
I mentioned the “off season” of lacrosse because I would be willing to bet Matt Landis didn’t have time to even look at his lacrosse stick in the off season. We never want to let our skills go dormant but we do want to play other sports at a high level to complement our lacrosse game and make us well rounded athletes. Matt wrote the book on competing in many sports at a high level. Parents, students, coaches, athletic directors, lax-bros of all ages, please take notes.
In addition to four seasons of lacrosse at Pelham High School, Matt was a superstar on their football and hockey teams. He earned 3rd team All-New York State linebacker during his junior year, he was All League Westchester County his Sophomore and Junior year, he was the football team’s defensive MVP as a sophomore and a junior, he played 4 seasons of hockey, he earned first team all-state (Division II) accolades as a junior and senior, he was two time hockey team captain, he received the 2012 Russ Simons Sportsmanship Award, he was a three-time Westchester County All-League, he was Pelham Memorial’s 2012 Athlete of the Year, he was an honor roll student, a member of the National Science Honor Society and he graduated with a 3.410 GPA.
Something tells me Matt’s schedule was not limited to a hectic, year-round travel lacrosse team. In fact, I know it wasn’t because he didn’t start playing organized lacrosse until 9thgrade. Think about that for a minute.
We’re quodophiles here at CaseyPowell.com, and all I can think of is that Matt Landis has been in touch with Ralph Waldo Emerson.
“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.”
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He just came from the war, and one of the first calls was for a fire in a warehouse in the South Bronx. It blazed with unheard of power. More than a hundred fire brigades gathered to extinguish. At some point, the roof collapsed and took the lives of three firefighters. Jim received burns to his arms and legs. He did not want to go to the hospital, but he was still taken. The captain of the brigade came to visit him and, sitting at the head of the bed, announced the death of three of his comrades. The sad news struck Jim down. Doctors stuffed him with sleeping pills, but in the morning he tried to strip off his bandages in order to return to the fire station. As a result, he spent three weeks in the hospital.Parents and colleagues visited him constantly, so that he was never left alone, but most impatiently he was waiting for a young nurse who came to treat his wounds every morning. Her name was Alice, and he had never seen hands as soft as hers. On top of that, she was very, very pretty.
Alice loved to chat. Jim asked where she lived, and she told him about an islet in the Long Island Sound off the coast of the eastern Bronx. The island is connected to the mainland by a two-way bridge.Jim was from Yonkers and had never heard of such a place, which in general was not surprising – after all, to this day, very few people in New York City know about him.
It is called Turtle Island, Alice told him. When the first settlers from England arrived here at the beginning of the 18th century, they saw a huge number of giant sea turtles, serenely basking on the coastal rocks. So quickly and without much agony, the settlers came up with a name for their new home. Turtles immediately became their main source of support for life.Turtle meat was used for food, leather was used for saddlery, dishes and decorations were made from the shell, and fat was used as oil for lamps. For thirty years, the turtles have been completely exterminated.
Fortunately, the sea was full of fish, and Turtle Island soon became the quiet fishing village of the kind found along the coast of Maine or Massachusetts. Jim was delighted. As a boy, he loved fishing. He told Alice that he would visit her on Turtle Island as soon as he was discharged from the hospital.
Alice, being a modest girl, was noticeably confused by such a proposal and did not know what to answer. She only said, blushing with embarrassment, that Jim would surely like the island. And she added that since she herself had been to few places, she could not even imagine where else she could live.
From further her story it became clear that she lives in a beautiful new house, standing right on the water. Alice’s father completed it when she was finishing her final year in nursing. A week after Alice and her parents moved to a new house (before that they lived in the city center), her father died at a construction site in a crane accident.So the house, which he managed to rebuild, became a posthumous monument to him. Paneled with cedar planks, this one-story home faced Pelham Bay and towered nine feet above the water. South-facing windows could be seen dozens of miles away – in fact, the whole world from here – the mighty gray spiers of the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. From this distance, both skyscrapers looked like the masts of some sinking ship. Alice often admired them from the windows of her bedroom, they were like old friends to her.
When Jim was discharged from the hospital a few days ahead of schedule, Alice was surprised at how sad she was at the news. It was not her shift that day, and they had no opportunity to say goodbye. Days flew by, and the girl continued to think about Jim, his blue eyes and thick loud laughter did not leave her head, and she kept trying to imagine how he was saving her from the burning building. The fire station that Jim worked at was somewhere in the South Bronx, and Alice was ready to venture on such a desperate expedition to find him and inquire about his health.But it was too scary to embark on a trip to unfamiliar parts of the city alone, so she decided to write a letter to Jim and invite him to visit her on Turtle Island, as he wanted. But when it came time to send the letter, she got scared. What if he doesn’t answer? What if he thinks her a fool? These thoughts were terrifying, and she just waited and hoped. And she prayed that he himself would come to see her at the hospital. And he still did not walk and did not walk, and every day of waiting became torture.
The weeks passed painfully slowly.At twenty-three, Alice was the only one of her peers who had not yet married.
After a month of waiting, Alice forced herself to switch. She worked hard and helped her mother, whose health deteriorated. She herself learned to knit and began to sing in the church choir.
But then one night she woke up in her bedroom from some shrill sound outside the window. Sleepily she mistook him for the cry of birds. There were a great many of them on Turtle Island – and ducks, and geese, and gulls, and gray herons, and egrets, and swans.But the birds settled in the coastal strip on the opposite side of the island and usually never flocked to the marshes near Alice’s house. But if these are not birds, then what? Alarmed and a little frightened, Alice looked out the window. There, behind thickets of reeds, a rowboat swayed in the dark water sparkling with moonlight. A man was sitting in the boat and playing … imagine, on the bagpipes! Alice glanced at her watch – two in the morning! Opening the window angrily, she shouted:
– Hey mister! Turn off your bandura! Here people cannot sleep!
– Alice? The man responded.“Alice Thurston, ambulance nurse?
Squinting, Alice tried to get a better look. And finally I recognized him. It was Jim. Firefighter. Alice was alarmed and confused. It dawned on her only now that she herself had described her home and its location to Jim in such detail that he seemed to have found it without difficulty.
And Jim said
– I have come to ask you to become my wife. Will you marry me, Sister Alice?
Alice was speechless and forced out a hoarse “Yes.”
Jim did not say another word and sailed away in his boat into the darkness. Alice could not fall asleep again and kept thinking: “Did it really happen, in reality? Or maybe you dreamed? ”
The next day, Alice went to work wondering what Jim would do, if at all. And then, in the midst of the working day, she saw him – he was walking towards her down the corridor, in a suit and tie, as always irresistible and slightly agitated. In ecstatic excitement, Alice dragged him into some empty office, where they could be alone.Dropping to one knee, Jim solemnly presented her with a diamond ring. Alice was close to fainting. And Jim got up and kissed her, right on the lips. No one has ever kissed Alice like that.Read more 90,000 Eric Mabius Bio, happily married to Ivy Sherman since 2006
|Date of Birth:||1971, Apr 22|
|Country of Birth:||United States|
|Altitude:||5ft 10 inches|
|Birth Name||Eric Harry Timothy Mabius|
|Place of Birth / City||Harrisburg, PA|
|Net Worth||$ 3 Million|
|Married 9009 3||Ivy Sherman|
|Education||Sarah Lawrence College, Amherst-Pelham Regional High School|
Eric Mabius American actor, best known for his role as M Dani about the ABC comedy drama series Ugly Betty. His other notable roles are on the Showtime series L Word and in films such as Cruel Intentions, Resident Evil and The Crow: Salvation.
Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, graduated from Sarah Lawrence College.
Eric Mabius was born Eric Harry Timothy Mabius on April 22, 1971 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States of America to his parents. Craig Mabius and Elizabeth Mabius under the sign of Taurus birth.
His father was a historian.Mabius is an American citizen and is of white nationality. In terms of height, the Harrisburg native is 1.78 m (5 ft 8 in).
Mabius later moved to Bronxville, NY, where he studied. He graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a degree in cinematography. He then attended Amherst-Pelham Regional High School.
Eric Mabius first worked in theatrical productions, and later, in 1995, he made his film debut with an independent dark comedy film. Welcome to dollhouse .
In the following years, he starred in two more films. I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) and Black Circle Boys (1997).
He auditioned for the role of henchman in the original 1994 film. Crow , and in 2000 portrayed Alex Corvis in Crow: Salvation opposite Kirsten Dunst .
Mabius appeared in Cruel Intentions (1999) alongside Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar.In 2002, he played the role of the activist, Matt Addison , in the sci-fi horror film, Resident Evil .
In terms of television appearances, Mabius has appeared on Chicago Hope , Popular, O. C., Millennium and Eyes (2005).
In 2004, Mabius got a role in the series. Tim Haspel in the Showtime Drama Series, Word L .In 2013, he appeared as a guest on episode Scandal season 2.
He starred in Barack Obama’s video ‘We Are the Ones’
Ones ”with Jessica Alba, George Lopez , Ryan Phillippe , Macy Gray , John Leguizamo, Ticina Arnold, Kerry Washington, Regina King, Adrianne Palicki, Tyrese Gibson and Zoe Kravitz.
Total assets are $ 3 million.
Eric Mabius has been active in the Hollywood industry for over two decades, and the 48-year-old has made a significant amount of money throughout his acting career.
Crow: Salvation The star is worth $ 3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
His 1999 film, Cruel Intentions , was shot with a budget of $ 11 million, and the dramatic thriller grossed $ 76. 3 million.
Married to Ivy Sherman since 2006.
Moving towards relationship status with Eric Mabius, Sarah Lawrence College graduate married interior designer, Ivy Sherman .
The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in 2006 and they have lived a happy married life ever since.CAPTION: Eric Mabius with wife Ivy Sherman SOURCE: knownfix
Husband and wife duo share two children, sons. Rylan Jackson Mabius and Maxfield Elliot Mabius , all together..