The vestry is the legal representative of the parish with regard to all matters pertaining to its corporate property. The basic responsibilities of the vestry are to help define and articulate the mission of the congregation; to support the church’s mission by word and deed, to ensure effective organization and planning, and to manage resources and finances.

2018 Vestry:


Bryan Price, Senior Warden

Bryan has been a St. Andrew’s member for several years, having served on the Vestry and as Senior Warden.  In addition Bryan has been active in the stewardship program, serves on the St. Andrew’s Endowment Fund’s trustees, is a member of the finance committee and the Brotherhood of St. Andrews.

Bryan will serve on the Vestry and as Senior Warden during Interim Rector Father Mike’s term of service. He is a retired IT executive. His wife Mindy is also a St. Andrew’s member and is an active lay leader.

Brian Sweeney, Junior Warden

Brian is married to Dana and they have two children: Paul and Grace.  He is president and a founding partner of Spectrum Services, a transportation and logistics company.  He Brian Sweeney1and his family have attended Saint Andrews for two years now.  They previously attended Saint Paul’s in Newnan, where Paul and Grace were baptized.

Brian was raised Catholic and Dana was brought up in the Methodist Church.  After marriage, they decided the Episcopal faith offered a great church home for them.  They are happy to be a part of the wonderful family here at St. Andrews in the Pines.

Lisa Blanchar

Lisa Blanchar was born in Virginia and moved around the country and world, attending high school in The Netherlands. She graduated from The University of South

Florida with a BA in Mass Communications. After graduating she became a flight attendant for TWA and later American Airlines prior to being furloughed. Lisa married Curtis Enstrom in 1992 and they have two children, Laurel, who is currently attending St. Cloud State University and Porter who will be attending Georgia State University in the fall.

Lisa and Curtis moved to Peachtree City in August of 2014 after living in Rock Island, IL for 17 years. After moving to the area the family began attending St. Andrews and Lisa has been a member of the choir and very involved with the Vacation Bible School program. As a cradle Episcopalian, Lisa has attended several churches and served on the vestry in IL and the cathedral in Davenport, Iowa.

Lisa is currently working in the film industry and is co-owner of a production company. She enjoys being involved with the marching band, playing golf, time with her children and living in Peachtree City.

Anthony ColemanAnthony Coleman

Anthony Coleman was born in Enid, Oklahoma and grew up in San Jose, CA. He graduated from the US Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs, CO) in 1992 with a BS in Engineering Mechanics.  He went on to serve 20 years as a pilot in the Air Force flying the KC-135 and C-32 (known as Air Force 2). He also served as an Air Force Inspector General. The Coleman family relocated to Peachtree City from Derby, KS in 2013, one year after Anthony retired from the Air Force. He currently works as a commercial pilot for FedEx Express, domiciled in Memphis, TN. Anthony and his wife, Margarette-Carole, have been married since 1996. They have twins, Aidan and Nadia, born in 2000. Anthony joined the Episcopal Church in 2010. The Coleman family has attended St Andrews in the Pines since 2013.

Heather Dognazzi

Heather is married to John and they have 3 children who were born and raised in Peachtree City. Lauren lives and works in Houston, TX and twin sons Matt and Chris both attend Kennesaw State University. Heather was born in Takoma Park, MD and baptized at Grace Episcopal Church. Her family moved to Sandy Springs, GA when she was 4 and she attended and was confirmed at Holy Innocents Episcopal Church. Heather and John raised their children in the Catholic Church and Heather joined St. Andrews in 2015. She obtained her Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Georgia and her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University College of Law.

Heather currently works at Lawson & Beck in Peachtree City where her practice is concentrated in residential and commercial real estate, business formations, wills and estate planning. She enjoys being outdoors, swimming, and watching soccer and football. Heather is a member of the Fayette County Board of Realtors, the Fayette County Women Council of Realtors, the Fayette Bar Association and a Pro-tem member of the Board of Directors of the Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Store.

Steven Dykes

My wife and I transferred our membership from All Saints, Atlanta to Saint Andrew’s in 2016. We visited many area Episcopal Churches, but nothing really clicked. When we visited Saint Andrew’s, we entered the sanctuary, knelt for a few moments of prayer and introspection and immediately felt the palpable presence of God.

I was confirmed at The Cathedral Church of the Advent in the early 90s. I was first exposed to the liturgy when I was hired as a staff singer and quickly fell in love with the history, liturgy, tradition and music. In other words, I was hooked!

I am presently employed by The Hillman Group as a manufacturer’s representative in Home Improvement stores. I am a Veteran, having served on active duty in the United States Air Force in the 1980s. Following the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, I was compelled to re-enlist after a 17 ½ year break in service. My term of service ended in December 2007.

I studied Music at Richland College, North Texas State University and Huntingdon College. My experience studying Choral Conducting with Jim Henderson provided several opportunities to utilize those skills as Director of Choral Activities at the Base Chapels, RAF Wethersfield UK and as the Choir Director at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Birmingham, Alabama.

My wife, Robbin, and I have four children and six grandchildren who are scattered throughout the country. Robbin is member of the Saint Andrew’s Daughters of the King chapter. I sing in the Saint Andrew’s Choir, and we are both involved in Adult Formation.

I am honored to have been asked and would welcome the opportunity to serve this congregation. My fervent hope for Saint Andrew’s during this incredible time of transition and transformation is that we continue to grow together as a spiritual community of faith where all are welcomed as family.

Mary Spain

My husband and I joined St. Andrew’s almost four years ago. We have enjoyed worshiping here and getting to know all the wonderful members. We have lived in Peachtree City for 38 years and we raised our two daughters here. I am a retired Fayette County teacher. I taught elementary school for 31 years.

The Prayer Shawl Ministry brought me to St. Andrew’s. I was very impressed with the service and the friendliness of the group that crafts beautiful shawls. It is a tremendous, giving group.

It will be a pleasure to serve on the vestry to help all the ministries of St. Andrew’s.

Mike Williams

Mike has served on the Vestry and as Junior Warden during his many years as a St. Andrew’s member.  In addition he serves as an usher and does a variety of other volunteer work.  His wife Lesley is also a St. Andrew’s member with prior service on the Vestry, membership in Daughters of the King and our children’s programs. Mike and Lesley have two children, Alice and Dylan. Mike is an IT consultant.


Kevin Berger, Treasurer


Published minutes from vestry meetings are located in the parish office.