Volunteer Spotlight – Jim Beavers

Jim Beavers is pictured with L-R Maggie Rowe, Mary Lou Baker and Betty Rollins.

Dogwood Village would like to recognize Jim Beavers for his contributions to the facility. Jim was born in Roanoke, Virginia and came to faith in Christ as a young man and subsequently served in lay leadership roles for over 30 years. Later he earned his Master of Divinity and was ordained an Anglican priest in 2009. Previously Jim served in primary and secondary education, both as a teacher and head of school for two Christian schools. He has also worked for non-profit organizations including Open Doors with Brother Andrew and the C. S. Lewis Institute. Jim holds a both Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degree from The College of William and Mary. In May 2011 he was called to Christ Anglican Fellowship in Orange, Virginia where he continues to serve. Jim met his wife Anne, at William and Mary, and they have been married for 42 years. They have three grown children and seven grandchildren. He enjoys photography, graphic design, nature study and lawn and garden care. Jim is pictured with L-R Maggie Rowe, Mary Lou Baker and Betty Rollins.