Myles A. Calvin
Associate Pastor for Christian Formation
Dr. Myles A. Calvin has been at St. Francis for several years. He is originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, where he grew up and completed his undergraduate degree at St. Thomas More College (University of Saskatchewan). He spent several years as a Chaplain Assistant (Sergeant) and later as a Chaplain (Texas State Guard and National Guard). While serving with the military he had the great privilege of living in Germany and travelling in Europe.
In addition to his undergraduate degree, Dr. Calvin has earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling (Distinguished Graduate), a Master of Religious Studies degree, a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctorate in faith based counseling (Highest Honors).
Currently, he is a priest at St. Francis Anglican Cathedral, Program Director for the undergraduate certificate program at an accredited Church of Christ affiliated school, Squadron and Group Chaplain in the USAF-Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol), Coordinator for the Diocesan Office of Pastoral Care, and the Executive Archdeacon/Canon to the Ordinary for the Anglican Diocese of All Nations (ACNA). He has received a number of honors recognizing his contributions to military ministry and academic honors to include being named to the National Deans List Publication for academic excellence.
Dr. Calvin is a professional member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS), a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), and Certified Executive and Professional Life Coach.
Myles has three wonderful children. The oldest (Monica) is an Army veteran and Board Certified Psychiatrist, Christinia is an Air Force Officer who has served overseas (Middle East), and Jeremy is a Military Policeman (Army) who has served overseas. He is also a proud grandpa and grateful for the many blessings in his life and the opportunity to serve Christ and His people.