Our Clergy


Reverend Andy Call, Lead Pastor


Rev. Call became the Lead Pastor at Church of the Saviour in 2017 after serving as Pastor of Administration and Development since 2015. His leadership focus is to equip the Church to live into the Kingdom of God through committed discipleship. He previously served as pastor at First United Methodist Church of Oberlin. Before entering pulpit ministry, Andy was the Associate for Music and Worship at Westlake United Methodist Church.  He earned his M.Div. from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio, a Master’s Degree in Choral Conducting from The Ohio State University, and a B.A. in Music Education from Miami University.  Andy and his wife, Jennifer, are the parents of three children:  Wesley, Eliot, and Mirabella.    Email Rev. Call.

Reverend Gregory Kendrick, Jr., Associate Pastor

Rev. Gregory Kendrick, Jr. arrives at Church of the Saviour after serving several pastoral appointments in the West Ohio Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, most recently at Church for All People in Columbus, Ohio. He received a Master of Divinity from Methodist Theological School in Ohio and a B.A. from Denison University. Rev. Kendrick is a frequent preacher and facilitator at churches and conferences across the United Methodist Connection.  Email Rev. Kendrick

Reverend Lois Annich, Pastoral Counselor

Rev. Lois Annich is an ordained Presbyterian minister and a Pastoral Counselor and Fellow in The American Association of Pastoral Counselors. She provides pastoral counseling to meet a strong need for outreach and ministry in the Heights area. Counseling is covered by client fees, supported by an anonymous scholarship fund for parishioners to avail themselves of this service. To reach Rev. Annich, please call (216) 373-2660.  Email Rev. Annich.

Dr. Charles D. Yoost, Pastor Emeritus

Charles D. Yoost retired in 2015 after serving 17 years as Senior Pastor of Church of the Saviour, the culmination of a long and distinguished career in ministry. Dr. Yoost and his wife, Barbara, remain active in the life of the church through their valued presence and leadership.