Dr. Paige Maxwell McRight
Paige McRight is a retired Presbyterian minister. She has been ordained since 1971. She has served two congregations as an Associate Pastor and one as Interim Pastor. She has also served as a hospital chaplain and as college chaplain at her alma mater, Agnes Scott College. In addition to her BA from Agnes Scott, Paige holds a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary. For about half of her years as ordained minister, Paige served as part of the staff of the presbyteries of Greater Atlanta, Charlotte, Central Florida, and in North Alabama as interim presbyter. She was head of the Central Florida Presbytery staff, serving 78 in ten counties from the Orlando office for nine years prior to her retirement in 2012. Through the years, she has assisted individuals and congregations in spiritual and leadership development and provided pastoral care to church members and pastors and to people sensing God’s call to full-time ministry.
Paige is the mother of two adult sons, Bill, an artist in Los Angeles, and Robert, who teaches airplane mechanics for Aviation Institute of Mechanics in Casselberry, FL. For recreation, she enjoys reading fiction, bicycle riding, and line dancing, as well as walks that allow her to experience the wonder of God’s creation.