Carrie Cabush Portrait by Christine Loy Photography

The Rev. Canon Michel Belt

In October 2022, we welcome back the Rev. Canon Michel Belt for a second spell as Interim Priest-in-Residence at Calvary. Canon Belt served in the same capacity from Ash Wednesday through July 2020.

A resident of Madison, Canon Belt served 13 years as Rector of St. James Episcopal Church in New London, CT., prior to his retirement in 2015.

The Rev. Carrie Cabush

The Reverend Carrie Cabush joined Calvary in July 2021 as a transitional deacon and was ordained to the priesthood in December 2021. She currently oversees Calvary’s youth and outreach programming, in addition to assisting with worship and other parish ministries. Carrie engages with the wider community by serving on the Summit Interfaith Council, the Diocesan Youth Commission, and the board of Interweave.

Carrie has spent much of her career focusing on the spiritual and mental health of all ages, including increasing access to vital resources. She holds a BA in Psychology from Hamilton College, an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary, an MSW from Rutgers University, and maintains an LCSW in the state of New Jersey. Prior to coming to Calvary, Carrie worked as a mental health therapist for teens, and adults in Seattle. She also served two Christ Churches, one in the University District of Seattle, where she helped build partnerships with local businesses; and one in Short Hills, where she coordinated the Sunday School program.