Aprile Incitti

Parish Administrator
Aprile Incitti comes to The Episcopal Parish of All Saints’ Church & St. George’s Chapel family as parish administrator from northeast Pennsylvania, where she and her family lived for more than two decades. Aprile’s professional career began in education, but evolved to her true calling of business administration in the latter part of her professional life.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and subsequently taught at church-affiliated schools as well as in public schools. But she had a long-standing interest in business inspired by her father and her maternal grandfather, so she earned a certificate in accounting from Susquehanna University. By then Aprile, and her husband, Michael, lived in Philadelphia where she went into banking and became an assistant manager of a regional bank.

When Michael’s work and his devotion to his elderly parents brought them to northeast Pennsylvania, Aprile saw a business opportunity and started a consignment shop called Finders Keepers. By the time she sold her business after 13 years and growing physical demands, it was ranked as the number one consignment shop in the region. Prior to joining the All Saints' family, she was an executive at a Fortune 500 retail company working with computer software toward online marketing of goods and services.

In between work and education Aprile and Michael are the parents of a son and twin daughters, all of whom are grown and working toward their own goals. Both Aprile and Michael came from humble beginnings, but Aprile’s lifelong dream was to one day live and work in Rehoboth Beach. Her privilege to serve All Saints’ Church and St. George’s Chapel is an extension of that dream. She feels very blessed to serve God through this beautiful parish community.
The message of God is very simple. Love one another. Take care of one another. Take care of creation. And while you're at it, love me--love God. Do that and you will find your way. That is the core of the gospel. That is the only sermon that matters.
- The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop &Primate of The Episcopal Church