Meet the team behind Saint Paul's



Rev. Stephen O. Voysey

The Rev. Stephen O. Voysey was born and raised in the Chicago suburb of Winnetka, IL. He received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in American Studies from Rutgers University, and a Master’s of Divinity from Episcopal Divinity School. He has served in parishes in metropolitan Chicago, New York, and Boston.

He resides in Gloucester, MA, and is the Program Director of Grace Center, a Lifebridge of the North Shore Community which offers hospitality, acceptance, and opportunity to people experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty on Cape Ann, MA.


Robert Humphreville

Robert Humphreville has played the organ at St. Paul's for the past 10 years on a part-time basis.  He is a freelance pianist and organist in greater Boston and plays regularly at Brooks School in North Andover, for the Apollo Club of Boston (an amateur men's singing group), at the Bethany Convent in Arlington, at the Society of St. John the Evangelist monastery in Cambridge, at Temple Isaiah in Lexington, and at Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge.  He likes to play both classical and popular music and frequently accompanies silent movies. He graduated from Harvard in 1980.


Miranda Loud

After thirteen years as a pianist, Miranda discovered the beauty and power of the organ in college and went on to pursue a master's of music in organ performance at Eastman School of Music. She moved to New York City and worked as an organist and conductor at St. James' Episcopal Church on Madison Avenue, and produced several multimedia themed concerts to entice more people to hear classical music. After moving back to the Boston area, she became music director at an Episcopal church in Weston, where she also developed a concert series. In her 30's she started singing professionally which led to a growing empathy for the plight of animals. She founded and ran a non-profit called Naturestage for ten years, creating 60 short films about people and animals, with a focus on honeybees and elephants, as well as dogs. You can see her work at She also works as a photographer and is currently spending a lot of time painting in watercolor and oils and teaching sketchbook journaling online. She is so happy to be at St. Paul's with such a friendly congregation. Her art website is