progressive Christianity in Pittsburgh
I’m a life-long Pittsburgher who lived in Oakland for five years while studying film and writing at the University of Pittsburgh. My wife Marianne and I now live in the Greenfield neighborhood with our kids, too many books, and just the right amount of Star Wars action figures. I like to play video games and I have completed the Pittsburgh Marathon!
Pastoral Associate for Queer & Neighborhood Ministry
I’m originally from Michigan (practically Canada; yes, it snows A LOT) but I’ve been in Pittsburgh for several years. My wife Sarah and I live in Sharpsburg with our pitbulls Winnie and Hugo, and we’re a very outdoorsy family. When we’re not spending time with our church communities we love to camp, ride bikes, garden and even just enjoy books in our hammock.
I was born and raised in Florida but consider San Diego home. I am currently on my last year at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. I am an INFP who loves terrible weather, nature, foraging, cooking, reading, the arts, as well as encouraging, building community, learning, and teaching. I’m a dog person, but adore cats with dog temperaments because, well, cuddles of course. I enjoy asking questions, improving systems, and am also determined to one day live in a converted bread truck. #vanlife