Fr. Charles Allen is an Episcopal priest who has served GraceUnlimited since 2004. Rather than providing all the answers, he prefers to ask a lot of questions, and he welcomes yours, too. You’ll often find Father Charles at Starbucks in Atherton Union, sitting in on a music or religion class, or occasionally teaching a class in the Religion Department. He also enjoys singing and is a member of the Butler Chorale.
Rachel Smith is a junior at Butler University studying religion and political science. She is the current president of GraceUnlimited. She is regarded at Butler for her interfaith work, highlighted by her membership on the Butler Interfaith Council. She was the spearhead member for involving GraceUnlimited with social justice work on campus and the Indy area. Rachel is also heavily invested in work for Kisa Outreach, a nonprofit in Uganda providing essential care for at-risk children in the impoverished communities of rural Uganda.
Elliot Harrod is a senior at Butler University studying religion and music. He has been president of GraceUnlimited and is the current intern. He is well-known at Butler and GraceUnlimited for his enthusiasm and passion for community and spirituality. Elliot is a frequent discussion leader at GU and enjoys fostering spiritual conversations amongst the members. Elliot plays trumpet in the Butler Symphony Orchestra, is an avid fan of Rob Bell and also regards Peter Rollins and Tripp Fuller among his primary influences.
Jack Denger is a Junior at Butler University studying Arts Administration. Jack is a rising leader within GraceUnlimited and the CFV Community. He is an advocate for justice within the Butler and Indianapolis area and is also an expert in guiding people through the Enneagram personality model. Jack plays trumpet in the Butler Symphony Orchestra and Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps from Concord, CA.
Megan is a junior at Butler double majoring in Elementary Education and Religion. She finds comfort and purpose in her personal faith as well as a drive for serving others with love and acceptance. She is active at Butler serving on leadership for College Mentors for Kids and GraceUnlimited, and is a member of Alpha Phi Omega. In her free time she enjoys yoga, reading, being outside, and hanging out with friends.
Alexis is a junior at Butler double majoring in Biology and Chemistry. She aims to live a spirit-led life on mission and to love others with the outpouring of love she experiences from Jesus Christ. She is passionate about interfaith dialogue and often works alongside Butler’s Muslim Student Association. She is active at Butler serving on leadership for the Biology club and Grace Unlimited and is a member of The Beautiful Minds Project, a student organization promoting women’s rights and education. In her free time she enjoys watching movies, snacking, and painting.