The Rev. Canon Andrew J. W. Mullins is currently Assistant Rector of St. Bartholomew’s Church on Park Avenue in the heart of New York City, where he previously served for 21 years until 1990. He remains Rector Emeritus of the Church of the Epiphany in New York City, where he served for 14 years. He was previously Vice Dean of St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle, Washington for 9 years, where he was involved in major fundraising and the renovation of the Cathedral. Canon Mullins was graduated from the General Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity and each parish he served has experienced a growing congregation. His ministry ranges from churches with membership of over 2,000 to small parishes that began with around 100 parishioners.
During his 40+ years as an Episcopal priest, he has founded three early education preschools, one in each parish he has served. Canon Mullins has been active in wide ranging programs including; theater and TV productions, young adult ministry, stewardship and planned giving programs, parish partnerships with the Diocese of London and chaplaincy at Ground Zero in New York City. He also serves on various boards and philanthropic organizations in New York, Seattle and other areas. A world traveler, he and his spouse traveled through South America, Spain, Egypt, India, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Hong Kong on a three month sabbatical several years ago. Their most recent trip was to Antarctica, where his wife Cathy West Mullins, a photographer, captured wonderful photos. Combined, they are the proud parents of six daughters, including two stepdaughters and are even prouder grandparents of 7 grandchildren. They love coming to beautiful Montana!