Christopher Mullaney

Christopher (Chris) Mullaney is married to Courtney Mullaney and dad to three children: Elliott, Brooklyn, and Kellen. He was raised in a Baptist church in the mid-cities, and after a hiatus from religious life for quite some time, he and Courtney began searching for a church home for their family in 2012. They found that the Baptist and United Methodist churches in the northeast portion of Tarrant County didn’t mesh well with their beliefs or desire for a more traditional worship style. After Courtney did some extensive research, they both decided to visit St. Martin’s and after only one Sunday, Courtney looked at Chris and said, “I think we’ve found our church.” Chris was received into the Episcopal Church in the spring of 2014 and served on the Search Committee for a new rector for St. Martin’s. Chris served as a Sunday School teacher for teens, works with the Holy Mowers and makes lunches for Union Gospel Mission on Service Sundays.

Chris works as a Criminal Justice Teacher for Keller High School and is a former Texas peace officer. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas. Outside of work, Chris enjoys time with his family, spending time with friends, attempting to work out and exercise, and enjoys brewing beers and ciders and sharing them with friends.