• The Reverend Jim Stanley

    Fr. Jim came to St. Philip’s in April of 2016.  Prior to a call to ordained ministry, he was a licensed lay preacher, a journalist, a broadcaster and a dealer in American military and historical artifacts and documents.  


    Jim has one adult daughter who makes him very proud.  He loves all kinds of music, believes dogs and cats are equally lovable and wishes broccoli and spinach tasted more like deep dish pizza and less like ...well...broccoli and spinach.  Jim’s favorite food is soup, especially turkey noodle and beef barley.  A long-suffering fan of the White Sox and Pittsburgh Pirates, Fr. Jim is learning patience and humility all season long. 


    Fr. Jim, Deacon Dan and the people of St. Philip's care about you and are eager to prove it.  If you'd like to set up a time to meet with our Rector to discuss membership at St. Philips, Holy Baptism, Confession or whatever, just give the parish a call during our Tuesday through-Friday business hours.

  • The Reverend Dan Hughes

    Dan was ordained to the diaconate on February 7, 2007.  After ten years of service, he was encouraged to take a sabbatical due to several life events.  After a period of discernment, he agreed to a one-year sabbatical from active ministry.  It was halfway through his sabbatical he was asked to just “check out” an Episcopal parish in Palatine, and was asked if he could help serve at St. Philip’s for a time.  Dan attended the church services for a couple of weeks, incognito, and was very moved by how friendly and inviting the people, and rector are at St. Philip's.  Dan agreed to be assigned at St. Philip's, with Christmas Eve 2017 being his first service.  It was soon after that he agreed to apply for a permanent assignment to St. Philip's.  Dan is very pleased and filled with joy to be able to serve at St. Philip's now and long into the future.

  • Marinelle Glickauf
    Administrative Assistant

    Previously, Marinelle has worked for mostly not-for-profit organizations. Her first passion is helping people, which started at the very early age of 16 when she began teaching swimming and doing lifeguarding at the YMCA. Even though she had other jobs, Marinelle worked at the “Y” until COVID started. She loves to swim and do any type of water sport except water polo, which she says, “Is too rough.”

    Raised in Palatine from three years old, she graduated from Palatine High School and then graduated from Roosevelt University with a BS in Finance. Her education has been enhanced by taking extra courses in website design. While in high school, Marinelle was a soprano in the choir, and she also plays the violin. Her vibrant personality and love of God and others is expressed on a daily basis.

  • Michelle Webb
    Organist / Choir Director

    Michelle was born and raised in the rural town of Claysburg, Pennsylvania.  Her interest in music started early in life.  By the age of eight years she started taking piano lessons, and, by the age of twelve years, she took up organ as well.  She studied organ under the direction of Brenda Gregory from Altoona, Pennsylvania, until she went off to Slippery Rock University for piano.  Michelle majored in Music Therapy/Education and studied piano under the direction of Dr. Nanette Kaplan Solomon.  After college, she was hired by Bethany Lutheran Church of Altoona as an accompanist and part-time organist.  


    In 2005 she moved to Huntsville, Alabama, and shortly thereafter, she was hired by St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Madison as the organist.  She continued to play there until 2014 when she moved to Brookfield, Illinois.  After subbing for a few churches around the area, she was hired by St. Philip's in 2015.

  • Linda Smith
    Catechesis Teacher

    Linda grew up in Michigan City, Indiana.   She attended both her father's Syrian Orthodox church and her mother's Episcopal church.  She went to Ball State University in Muncie, IN, and taught high school in Michigan City for 2 years. The travel bug bit her, and she began as a flight attendant for Delta Airlines in 1970. She flew for 36 years and retired in 2006.   


    In 1979, Linda married Steve Smith. They were blessed with Lauren in 1982, and Matthew in 1984. Steve passed away in 2008.  After retiring from Delta, she worked for School District 211 at Palatine High School until her retirement in December 2018. Linda keeps herself busy by subbing at Palatine High School.  She feels she has joined her second family at St. Philip’s in 1982, and has been active on several committees, including teaching Sunday School for 27 years. 

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