An adult convert to Christianity who grew up unchurched but has always been a spiritual seeker, Lance was baptized at age 28 in an Episcopal parish and has been a GSCC congregant since 2006. He manages this website, is responsible for much of the church’s communications and social media, and also regularly leads the Lightning Bible Study that concludes our Church Without Walls service on Sunday mornings in Candler Park.
Lance’s Christianity is heavily informed by his experience of other faith traditions prior to his conversion, as well as his education in Jungian phenomenology. He was heavily influenced by Jung’s observations around the universality of human experience, including the universality of religious experience, which led him to believe that the being Christians call God is not exclusive to Christianity.
An active volunteer for most of his adult life, Lance has served in LGBT organizations, as president of his homeowners association, and in professional and civic organizations including the Buckhead Business Association, where he served as a board member. He also co-hosted the Lundon Calling podcast for more than four years with his friend Ace Lundon.
An Atlanta native, Lance was educated in public schools in North Carolina and graduated from the University of Georgia, where he was the editor of the student newspaper The Red & Black, in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in business. After college he lived in New Hampshire and New York (and briefly on a Tuscan olive estate), relocating back to Atlanta in 2002 to be closer to his family here. Lance lives in the city of Atlanta with his partner Jamie and their dog Daisy and is a successful sales executive with Cox Enterprises. He is an avid reader and cook and enjoys cycling, arts and culture, cuisine, travel and roller coasters.