The Rev. Heather K. Sisk joined St. Paul's as priest in charge in March of 2022. She previously served for two and a half years at All Saints Church on the UES of Manhattan assisting the rector. Sisk received both a MDIV and an earlier MA degree in Spiritual Direction (Magna cum laude) from the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church. She has been facilitating retreats, spiritual direction and meditation for more than a decade. Rev. Sisk is currently a member of the Episcopal Diocese of New York's Antiracism Committee and the Bishop's Committee for the Diaconate. Prior to the priesthood, Rev. Sisk was a board certified Anaplastologist creating facial prosthetics for individuals who had lost parts of their face due to cancer, accidents and other illnesses. It was a career which fused pastoral care and the medical arts. She continues to sculpt and seeks creative ways to affirm and celebrate God's green earth, its inhabitants, and beloved humanity. In her first career she worked at the intersection of ecology, education and the arts through her background in cultural and environmental museums and non for profit educational organizations. She has also earned degrees and professional certificates from College of the Atlantic, Columbia Presbyterian/Bronx VA Medical Center joint Maxillofacial Training Program, and the International Anaplastology Association.