- About Us
- Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 15, 2013
- Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, July 21, 2013
- 4th Sunday after Pentecost – June 16, 2013
- Trinity Sunday – May 26, 2013
- Pentecost – May 19, 2013
- The 5th Sunday of Easter – April 28, 2013
- Third Sunday of Easter – April 14, 2013
- Easter Sunday – April 8, 2013
- Palm Sunday – March 24, 2013
- Fourth Sunday of Lent – March 10, 2013
- Third Sunday of Lent – March 3, 2013
- The Baptism of our Lord – January 13, 2013
- Third Sunday of Advent – December 16, 2012
- Sermon on 9/11 – September 11, 2011
- The Syrophoenician Woman – 9-9-12
- Eighth Sunday after Pentecost – July 22, 2012
- Fifth Sunday after Pentecost – July 1, 2012
- Many Paths – May 6, 2012
- An Unexplained Absence – April 15, 2012
- Easter Sunday – April 8, 2012
- Easter Vigil – April 7, 2012
- First Sunday of Lent, 2012 – February 26, 2012
- The Transfiguration – February 19, 2012
- The Calling of Nathanael – January 15, 2012
- Feast of the Holy Innocents – January 1, 2012
- 22nd Sunday after Pentecost – October 16, 2011
- Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost – September 4, 2011
- God has a sense of humor – August 21, 2011
- Liturgy of Thanksgiving – July 31, 2011
- Palm Sunday, 2011 – April 17, 2011
- Lazarus – April 10, 2011
- Christmas 2010 – December 25, 2010
- Third Sunday of Advent – December 12, 2010
The Rev. Dr. Jane Margaret Ann McDougle, Vicar
The Rev. Jane McDougle comes to us most recently from St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Menlo Park where she has served as Associate Priest and Director of Music. She brings over ten years of seminary experience and over twenty years of experience as a teacher and musician. She received her Master of Divinity and Theology from the Church Divinity School after receiving a Doctorate of Musical Arts from Stanford University.
We would like to share this wonderful quote from her portfolio:
I offer myself as a priest: as theologian, spiritual leader, teacher and musician. I bring the openness of my heart, eyes, and ears, along with passion, energy and creativity. May we minister together in joy.
The Rev. J. Cameron Ayers, Priest Associate
Father Cameron was ordained as a Jesuit priest in the Roman Catholic Church in June of 1986. He had just completed his Masters of Divinity at Weston School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He served as a chaplain at both Loyola High School of Los Angeles and the University of San Francisco before being missioned to Brophy College Prep in Phoenix. His last ministry in the Roman Church was as Rector at St. Agnes Church in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood. During that time, he served as a chapIain for the San Francisco Police Department and was a member of the Priests’ Council of the Archbishop of San Francisco. In 2009 he left the Jesuit Order and began to attend Holy Innocents Church. He served as a board member for the Sojourn Chaplaincy at San Francisco General Hospital and also has taught in the Education for Ministry program at Holy Innocents for the past three years. He was received as an Episcopal priest in July of 2011.
Cameron loves foreign languages and speaks Spanish and Italian. He also taught and reads Classical Latin. Currently he is Chaplain of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Saratoga, California and teaches all the religion classes for the school. His hobbies include bagpipes, travel, the gym, and communication.
The Rev. Dr. Timothy Patrick Greene, Priest Associate
Tim Greene, now 72 years old, has enjoyed a wide range of careers. He graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, in 1962. Tim served in the USMC during the Vietnam era. In the early 1970s, he taught music and was an organist/choirmaster in northern New Jersey.
Tim graduated from the Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, in 1976. He was briefly associated with the Order of the Holy Family in Denver CO, then moved to San Francisco. He spent some time in the business world in downtown San Francisco before joining the Chaplaincy Program at San Francisco General Hospital in 1985. Tim completed his ordination to the Episcopal Priesthood in 1993, under Bishop William Swing and he spent several years as Director of the SOJOURN Chaplaincy Program at SF General Hospital.
In 1996, Tim began a doctoral program in clinical psychology at the Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA, which he completed in 2001. His doctoral dissertation was titled, Psychotherapy and Social Class: Contradictions In Providing Patient Care Within The Structures of Capitalism – a Marxist-based critique of psychology as a business. Dr. Greene spent several years as a clinical psychologist with Bridge To Wellness, a non-profit clinic in San Francisco for persons with severe mental illness.
Tim joined the Holy Innocents parish in 2009, where he has been serving ever since as an associate priest. Tim loves classical music as well as reading the classics. He considers his time at Holy Innocents to be among the most fulfilling years of his career.
The Rev. Eugenia Kinney, Priest Associate
The Rev. Eugenia Kinney is a retired Episcopal priest and has been in the Diocese of California since 1986. From 1997 to 2006, she was the Rector at The Church of the Incarnation Episcopal Church in the Sunset district of San Francisco.
Genie, as she prefers to be called, came to Holy Innocents when she retired from full time ministry in 2006. She was encouraged to visit Holy Innocents by Sister Jean of the Sisters of St. Francis. Genie had been celebrating the Holy Eucharist at the Sister’s home one day a week for four years – she first went to the Sisters after her husband Dick died in 2000- and she gathered a great deal of strength in her grief from the Sister’s witness to continued hope and faith in God. In 2007, Rev. Rosa Lee Harden invited Genie to become a non-stipendiary priest associate at Holy Innocents, and she has been there ever since. Genie recently retired again from a position as Director of the Doris Krauss Senior Center in downtown San Francisco. She was in this part time position for six years.
Genie has three children and four grandchildren and last year became a mother to Sammy, a rescued Bichon Frieze “mix.” Sammy is now a very important part of her life.
Genie loves the people at Holy Innocents, especially the children and their parents and will happily remain a member of HI. She writes, “It looks to be a glorious Eastertide; Holy Innocents and I have much to be grateful for this year.”