The Rev. Wallace Marsh
Wallace grew up in the mountains of Tennessee and attended college at Sewanee: The University of the South. He graduated with a BA in English Literature in 2001, but remained on the mountain for three more years to serve as Lay Chaplain at All Saints’ Chapel.
Wallace attended Yale Divinity School and was ordained in 2007. He has served as Associate Rector for the following churches: St. Paul’s, Albany, GA, St. James’, Marietta, GA, and St. John’s, Tallahassee, FL. Wallace spent the longest season of his ministry serving as Canon for Congregational Life and Canon for Liturgy and Pastoral Care at the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta, GA.
Wallace and his family moved to Thomasville, GA in 2018, when Margaret Ann, his wife, became the VP for Sustainability and Environmental at Flower’s Foods, Inc. When they moved to Thomasville, Wallace taught English Literature, World History and Old Testament at Brookwood School. He also coached Football, Golf, and Tennis.
Wallace and Margaret Ann have two boys, Bradford and Cyrus. He believes the Christian life is about being in “right relationship” with God and others. It is a daily challenge requiring lots of grace.