Staff & Leadership
Tom Herrick, Executive Director
Tom is the Executive Director of the Titus Institute for Church Planting, a ministry dedicated to establishing a church multiplication movement in North America. He is a church planter and has served as a catalyst for church multiplication at the regional and national levels since 1995. His work includes coaching and training church planters and network leaders, training and certifying coaches, performing assessments for prospective planters, developing strategic plans for churches, networks and dioceses, and teaching church planting for several seminaries in MDiv and DMin degree programs. Tom is a frequent conference speaker whose passion is to spread the vision for Great Commission Church Multiplication. Tom and Carol have been happily married for 33 years and live in Clifton, VA. They share life with their two adult children, Angela and Nick, and daughter-in-law, Marie.
Patrick Cunningham, Managing Director
Patrick has more than twenty years of business experience in the construction, insurance, and real estate industries. He is one of the leaders of a successful lay led Anglican church plant, Church of the Resurrection, which began in Baltimore, Maryland five years ago. He guided many phases of Resurrection’s development while fulfilling the various roles of Servant Council Member, Treasurer, Director of Operations, Vestryman, and Senior Warden. Patrick brings a wealth of practical knowledge and effective practices for church planting to the Titus Institute. A graduate of Loyola College, he resides in the suburbs of Baltimore with his wife, Michele, their daughter Caitlin, and son, Liam.
Mary Beth Moore, Business Manager
Mary Beth Moore was born on the West Coast and has been steadily migrating to the East Coast ever since. She met her husband, Jay, at a Starbucks in Boulder, CO, married him 42 days later and have been married 17 1/2 years. At the University of Colorado, Mary Beth received her degree in accounting. After college, she became the Finance Director at the Housing Authority of the City of Boulder. Then, she and Jay relocated to Virginia, where Mary Beth has held a number of accounting positions, primarily for churches and other non-profits.
Cheryl McCarthy, Intercessory Prayer Coordinator/Director of Communications
Cheryl McCarthy brings over 17 years of Intercessory Prayer and Communications experience to Titus Institute. In that time Cheryl, and her husband, Bill, have been extensively involved in working with Church Plants at the ground level in the areas of worship leading, prayer and intercession, and discipleship. They began their journey at Truro Church in Fairfax, VA and were a part of the original group that was sent out from Truro Church to establish Christ the Redeemer in Centreville, where Tom Herrick was their first church planting vicar. They have been serving in the Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMiA) for the last 7 years and currently minister as missionaries at Healing Grace Church (AMiA) in New Bern, NC, where Bill is the Worship Leader. During the last 17 years, Cheryl was also involved with several fundraising efforts with her children. She has served with Bishop John Rucyahana, founder of Sonrise School, in Rwanda, Africa, as well as, serving with Jean Paul Samputu as Assistant Executive Director for the Mizero Children of Rwanda Tour in 2007. Cheryl and Bill have five awesome children (ages 13 – 3) Caela, Isabella, Daniel, Gracie, and Liliana who are each thriving in their missional life together.
Julie Tilton, Special Projects Coordinator/Board Liaison
Julie spent 22 years in program management in a large county Office for Children before she retired and began working as the Director for Spiritual Formation under Father Tom Herrick for 6 years. She has been a very active leader in her churches since the early ‘70‘s, including two church plants. She came out of a second retirement to help set up a strong infrastructure for Titus. She loves video editing and web design in addition to playing with her three grandchildren.
Jim Beavers, Communications Consultant
Jim Beavers was born and reared in Roanoke, Virginia and came to faith in Christ in a Baptist Church there. While attending The College of William and Mary he explored several churches before becoming part of a new interdenominational church where he served in various lay leadership roles for the next fifteen years. He met and married Anne Clark while in graduate school, and they subsequently had three children. They moved to Northern Virginia in 1990 where Jim became Headmaster at Trinity Christian School. There Jim and Anne felt drawn to Anglican worship and were confirmed at Truro Church (Fairfax, Virginia) in 1992. Two years later, Jim and Anne were an active part of the group from Truro to begin Christ the Redeemer Episcopal Church in Centreville, VA under The Rev. Tom Herrick. After a decade at Trinity Christian School, Jim became Executive Director, then Communications Director, at C. S. Lewis Institute, a small non-profit organization committed to discipleship. Sensing a call to ordained ministry, Jim and Anne moved to the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area where Jim attended seminary at Trinity School for Ministry. He was subsequently ordained priest in the Anglican Church in North America and, after a brief time as Director of Communications for the seminary, returned to Virginia and was later appointed Vicar of Christ Anglican Fellowship in Orange, Virginia. Jim and Anne now have two grandchildren with one on the way, and they are both loving their new role as grandparents.