Canon Wallace Marsh
The Rev. Wallace Marsh joined the Cathedral staff in December 2011. Wallace grew up in McMinnville, Tennessee. He attended Sewanee: The University of the South, where he earned a bachelor's in English Literature (2001). After graduation, Wallace stayed in Sewanee to serve as lay chaplain at All Saints' Chapel. He went on to Yale Divinity School to earn a Master's in Divinity (2007).
Wallace spent two years as Associate Rector at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Albany, Georgia. In 2009, Wallace accepted a call to serve as Associate Rector at St. James' Episcopal Church, Marietta, Georgia, where he remained until being called to the Cathedral.
At the Cathedral, Wallace serves as Canon for Pastoral Care and Worship. As Canon Pastor, Wallace oversees the pastoral care for the 6,000 member parish. As Canon for Liturgy, Wallace oversees the many worship services and liturgical guilds at the Cathedral.
Wallace is active in the Diocese of Atlanta, having served as a member of the Nominating Committee for the 10th Bishop of Atlanta, The Commission on Ministry, and The Advisory Board for The Road (Episcopal Service Corps). He is currently serving on the board of Episcopal Community Foundation.
Wallace lives in Atlanta with his wife, Margaret Ann, and two sons, Bradford and Cyrus.