The Reverend Kevin Veitinger has spent the better part of 20 years ministering in a myriad of capacities. He comes to All Saints' Episcopal from The Episcopal Community of St. Joseph where he served as a missioner to the homeless community in Savannah, GA. Before his switch to the Episcopal Church, Fr. Kevin was the pastor of The Foundery Coffee Pub and SCAD Wesley Foundation, a ministry aimed at college-aged youth in Savannah.
He was ordained in the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church in 2013. In 2019, he was ordained to the Diaconate of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia and later to the priesthood of the same Diocese. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Family and Child Sciences with a concentration in Adolescent Development and Psychology from Florida State University in 2000. The Rev. Veitinger attended Asbury Theological Seminary and the Sewanee University of the South, School of Theology for his priest formation.
Music has been a key outlet for Father Kevin through the years and was a vehicle for his ministry early on. He has played in bands since he was in middle school, most recently playing for the punk bands Jeff Two-Names and Bobby Edge. Having grown up in a college town, Kevin is also a big sports fan, but he is most passionate about the beautiful game.
Kevin and his wife Ginger were married in 1998 in his home church in Tallahassee, Florida. They have two adult children, Sydney and Jordan.
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