Clergy & Staff

We have a full-time Rector, supported by our part-time Organist/Music Director, Parish Administrator and Sexton.  We are grateful for all of their hard work to keep our church community spiritually fed and functioning.


The Reverend Hays "Hank" Junkin, Rector

Fr. Hank served as interim rector at Church of Our Saviour for three years before being called by the Vestry as our full-time rector in the Fall of 2014. He is a strong supporter of outreach programs, believes pastoral care is the heartbeat of parish life and brings more than 38 years experience in parish ministry to his role.  Fr. Hank is also on the SHARE Board of Directors.  SHARE is a local not-for-profit providing support to local families in distress.

A graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary, Fr. Hank has served in the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire as a six-year member, and former president, of the Standing Committee. He has also served as rector of St. Andrew's Hopkinton; priest-in-charge at St. James, Laconia; and interim priest at Church of the Holy Spirit in Plymouth.

He is married to the Rev. Sarah Rockwell, who serves St. Andrew's Episcopal church in Manchester, New Hampshire, as Priest-in-Charge.


Dawn Catalanotti, Parish Administrator

Dawn has been our parish administrator since 2014.  She manages the church office and its daily operation. Dawn maintains membership information, manages the scheduling of various activities, and performs numerous essential "behind the scenes" administrative tasks. Dawn is also our parish bookkeeper, a role she has filled since 2006. She and her two children have been members of Church of Our Saviour since 2001.


Carla Carney, organist and music director

Carla has served as our Organist and Choir Master since October 2015. She previously was Director of Music at The First Baptist Church in Plaistow, NH, and also served churches in Jasper, Atlanta and Hapeville, Georgia.  She majored in Music (organ) at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, George.  Carla's goal  to have the music enhance the worship experience for the congregation, providing a holy and spiritually meaningful atmosphere during services.  




Leah has been involved in teaching church school since 2005, the same year she became a member of Church of Our Saviour. She is the mother of three girls, the youngest of which is involved with the church school program.


Debbie donnelly,  journey to adulthood coordinator  

Debbie has managed the Journey to Adulthood program at Church of Our Saviour since its debut here in 2002. An advocate for the program’s curriculum and philosophy, she also believes that faith is “caught” more than it’s “taught”, and she is very grateful for the adult leaders over the years who have generously shared their faith, time, and energy with our teens.