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Clergy and Staff


The Rev. J. Connor Haynes, SSC



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Phone -- (609) 386-0902


The Reverend J. Connor Haynes has been Rector of St. Mary’s for over 20 years.  A native of Illinois, he received the Master of Divinity degree from Nashotah House seminary in Wisconsin.  He was ordained as a deacon, then as a priest, in 1986, and served in the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois before being called to St. Mary’s in 1996. Father Haynes has three children-- Teghan (and her husband Tyler), Bronwyn and Gareth - and three grandsons.

Aside from his vocation as a priest, his interests include history, music, letterpress printing and the limitless possibilities for deriving satisfaction from repairs to a historic rectory. Father Haynes celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination to the Priesthood in 2011 with a special celebration at St. Mary's.


Mandy Skalski



Administrative Assistant

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Phone -- (609) 386-0902

Mandy joined the staff at St. Mary's in May 2013. She lives in Mount Laurel with her husband, two children, and two step-children.  Mandy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Delaware and was most recently employed at Penn Medicine as a Financial Analyst.  Prior to that position, she spent 8 years in the software quality assurance field.


People Contact Me

Seeking Worship and Event times

Membership and Church School information

Flower Memorials and Thank offerings

Buying burial plots

Wedding information

Outreach assistance

Information about renting the Guild House Genealogy help


Questions I Can Typically Answer

What time are worship services?

What type of fellowship and ministry groups do we have available?

What are the requirements for getting married at St. Mary’s  -- Do you have to be a member?

What type of assistance do we provide to the needy?

I'm new to the area --How do I become a member?

I was a member of another Episcopal Church.  Can you help me transfer to St. Mary's Parish?

Can I get Information on providing flowers as a memorial or thankofferings?

Can I buy a burial plot in the Churchyard?

Can I rent the Guild House for my event or organization?

Can I get genealogical information from the parish records?


Rosemary Eifert



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Rosemary has been the St. Mary's Bookkeeper since 2007.  She lives in Burlington Township with her husband and children.


People Contact Me

Seeking Information about their contributions and pledge envelopes.


Questions I Can Typically Answer

Could you provide me with my giving statement? I lost mine.

Did you receive my contribution check?  It hasn't cleared the bank yet.  or It didn't show up on my giving statement.

Could you tell me how much I have contributed so far this year?

How do I get pledge envelopes?


Lee Milhous



Organist and Choir Master

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Lee Milhous is a summa cum laude graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, having received a Bachelor of Music degree in Church Music.  He also holds a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from Temple University’s Esther Boyer College of Music.  His teachers included Michael Stairs, Robert Carwithen and Alan Harler. 

Lee began his tenure as Organist and Choirmaster at Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church in Burlington, NJ in January 2009.  At Saint Mary’s he manages the Saint Mary’s Music Series, which features several varied concerts and Evensongs annually.  He has conducted liturgical and concert performances of Handel's Messiah and Coronation Anthems, Bach's Saint John Passion, Magnificat and Easter Oratorio; Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass and Saint Nicolai Mass; Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes, and Requiem's by Fauré, Mozart, and Duruflé; among many other works.  Additionally, he has served Choir Director and Accompanist at Temple Beth Hillel/Beth El in Wynnewood, on the Philadelphia Main Line since 1988.  Lee also serves as Organist for The Evergreens Chapel (Moorestown, NJ), Associate Organist at Saint Margaret’s Parish (Narberth, PA), Music Director and Conductor for the Bucks County Gilbert and Sullivan Society, and Accompanist for all Lenape Middle School (Doylestown, PA) choirs and Sharim v’Sharot, a Jewish community chorus based at Rider University.  Lee supplies for numerous parishes and synagogues through out the region.

His musical theater credits include productions of My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, The Pajama Game, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Rags, Hello Dolly, Bye-Bye Birdie, The Music Man, Guys and Dolls, The Pirates of Penzance, Patience, Princess Ida, Oliver!, Funny Girl, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Cats, Fiddler on the Roof, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, A Grand Night for Singing, The Mikado, Beauty and the Beast, Children of Eden and Milk and Honey as both Music Director and Conductor.

Lee is also active as a concert organist.  He proudly plays in recital through Cunningham Piano and Organ promoting the new Rogers Infinity series organs, and in 1992 he performed a solo at Carnegie Hall as part of an Opera Orchestra of New York production of Richard Wagner’s Rienzi. Lee enjoys playing French horn with the Delaware Valley College Community Band and the Doylestown Summer Community Band, as well as piano for the Doylestown Symphonic Winds. He resides in Doylestown, PA with his two sons Elliot and Christopher, their Maine Coon cat Phin, and a rescue turtle Bill.


Clifton C. Frake, Jr.



Contact Info: You can contact Cliff through the Parish Office at (609) 386-0902

Cliff Frake has been a member of St. Mary's since birth.  He opens and closes the buildings, looks after the Churchyard and does maintenance as needed. Cliff is a carpenter by trade and his handy work is seen throughout the physical plant of St. Mary's.