The Rev. Kevin M. Goodman, Interim Rector

I am overjoyed to be serving the people St. Elisabeth’s as interim rector. During this transitional time, I will be working with the congregation, identifying passions and gifts for the purpose of ministry. History and story are celebrated and opportunities to deepen spirituality through worship and practice are encouraged. Impediments to congregational vitality are identified and addressed so that when the new rector arrives the congregation can welcome them, prepared and energized to do the work God is calling St. Elisabeth’s to do. My ordained ministry began as a street pastor for the Night Ministry where I served homeless youth living on the streets in Lake View. I have served the congregations of All Saints’ Chicago, St. James Cathedral, St. Chrysostom’s and St. Matthew’s Evanston. Prior to accepting the call to ordained ministry, I was a producer/director for television. I love Walt Disney World, monorails, film and Kate Bush. I have been a mentor for Education for Ministry (EfM) since 1989 and I serve as a trainer to EfM mentors in the United Stated and Canada. I am married to Anton Pulung Goodman, a pastry chef for Sofitel. We met at Disney World and have been together for 20 years. We live in Edgewater with our dog Tucker.

Dillon Shipman, Director of Music and Seminarian

Originally from a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, I made my journey to the North Shore in August 2013 to begin the Master of Divinity program at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston. I feel very blessed that God quickly opened up a door for me to become part of the St. Elisabeth’s family. I am overjoyed about the warm, inviting atmosphere this congregation has created, and am excited to be part of growing the ministries of the church, as both Director of Music and Seminarian. Outside of the church and seminary, I enjoy getting lost in a good book or my favorite daytime soap, Days of our Lives. Growing up in a family of auto racers, I also enjoy catching the NASCAR and IndyCar races. Still, most of the time, I can be found behind the piano in my apartment. I look forward to lifting up our voices and instruments together in worship!

 Leslie Davey, Director of Children’s Education

Prior to answering the call as St. Elisabeth’s Director of  Children’s Education, I spent many years at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Glen Ellyn, one of the first churches in the Chicago area with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd atrium, a sacred place where children encounter God’s deep love. Since finding the atrium, I have been trained in all three levels and also have had the privilege of training adults to be catechists. I bring along these rich experiences as well as the years I have worked in the secular world as a school psychologist and teacher.  My connection with people of all ages keeps me living each day in God’s abundant grace. Other contributions include choral singing, knitting, playing bridge and dancing hula!

Pam Green, Director of Administration

I have been a  parish administrator since 2009, and truly love the work that I do.  I was raised in Upstate New York, as a cradle Episcopalian.  My family moved to IL in 2012.  I live in Gurnee with my husband Brian and our two daughters.  I am very happy that I am able to be back at St. Elisabeth’s.  I look forward to what the future holds.  My family is very involved in our hobby of playing in bag pipe bands.  I enjoy reading, counted cross stitch, crafts, and the Scottish sorority I belong to.

Elizabeth Clemmitt, Associate for Spiritual Wellness

A resident of Wilmette for over 25 years, I have raised a family while working part-time as a music teacher and as a children’s choir director at Christ Church in Winnetka. I have pursued my passion for all things spiritual through reading, attending multiple weekly groups at my church, and by meeting with a spiritual director. With the encouragement of my spiritual mentors, I received my certificate from the Spiritual Guidance Training Program at Siena Retreat Center in Racine, Wisconsin. I am available to meet at St. Elisabeth’s with parishioners who are interested in pursuing personal and spiritual growth through the practice of spiritual direction for a fee. I also lead a spiritual retreat for St. Elisabeth’s once a year. I love to sing in choirs, practice yoga, and hike in the Colorado Rocky Mountains with my husband and two grown sons. I may be contacted at (312) 618-1238 or at