Priest | Husband & Father | Theologian | Poet
I am an Episcopal priest in Saint Michael's Church in Geneseo, New York, where I also teach Humanities at SUNY Geneseo. I have taught courses in theology, philosophy, and church history, at both graduate and undergraduate levels. I am the Dean for Liturgy & Formation in the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, and I serve on the Racial Reconciliation, Justice and Healing Project. I am also a roaster of coffee, sourcing beans from organic and fair trade growers throughout the world. I live in Geneseo, New York, with my wife and two teenage children.
Rector and Dean
Ph.D., Theology | University of Nottingham (England)
S.T.M. | Nashotah House Theological Seminary, Nashotah, WI
M.T.S. | Duke University Divinity School, Durham, NC
B.A., Religious Studies | Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville, TN
Links & Recent publications
Christ the Liturgy, Available Now, Angelico Press, 2020
Inhabited by Grace: The Way of Incarnate Love, Available Now, Church Publishing Inc., 2019
"They Are Us," Guest Essayist, Democrat and Chronicle
"How White is Your Faith?" The Livingston County News
Speaking & Workshops
If you are interested in having me come and speak, preach, or lecture at your college, church, or event, please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be happy to discuss a variety of possibilities and opportunities based on your group's needs and my availability.