A New Call for Shane Scott-Hamblen ‘15


The Rev. Dr. Shane Scott-Hamblen, Th.D. Class of 2015, has been appointed Canon Educator for Italian-Language Ministry in the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe by the Rt. Rev. Mark D. W. Edington. From 2014-2018 Scott-Hamblen was General’s Affiliate Professor of Church History, Sacred Music, and Organist, as well as a Spiritual Director.

Scott-Hamblen has been serving as Resident Priest at Mount Calvary Monastery in Santa Barbara, and previously served as Rector of St. Mary-in-the-Highlands in Cold Spring, New York from 2002 – 2018. He was Regional Dean of the Mid-Hudson Deanery from 2002-2005, and before that Rector of Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Indianapolis.

First a Benedictine Monk, Scott-Hamblen was received into the Church of England where he served in the Parish of St. Peter, Diocese of Guildford and the Parish of St. Mary and St. Peter, Diocese of London before transferring to the Episcopal Church USA. He earned his Bachelor of Sacred Theology and then did graduate studies at the Anglicum and Collegio Sant’Anselmo, Rome as well as earning an MA in Spirituality and  Pontifical License with a minor in Anglican Studies at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. He did his post ordination training in the Diocese of London at Oak Hill Theological College.

Scott-Hamblen has served on many New York Diocesan Committees, including chairing the Liturgical Commission from 2005-2009, the Budget & Finance Committee from 2004-2011, and the Resolutions Committee from 2003-2010. He was Chaplain to Volunteer Fire Company No.1, Cold Spring, N.Y. from 2002-2018.