The Revd Jason Ingalls is the founder and director pro tem of the Scholar-Priest Initiative. Recently moved back to the US from three years in Cambridge, England, he is also the rector of the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit in Waco, TX. He believes deeply in the integral nature of theology and practice and wants to see North American Anglicanism and its people thrive through the encouragement of its unique theological vocation and imagination, one that sees no difference between theory and practice and works for the love of God and neighbor alike.
Joseph Wolyniak is a Missioner for Discipleship and Theological Education in the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado and a visiting scholar at the University of Denver (Department of Religious Studies), where he is completing his DPhil from the University of Oxford on the thought and legacy of Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626). A postulant in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and Episcopal Church Foundation Fellow (2012), he teaches in the Anglican Studies program at the Iliff School of Theology and serves as the vice chair of the Episcopal Church’s Executive Council Committee on Science, Technology & Faith. He lives in Denver with his wife (The Rev’d Elizabeth Costello), who is a curate at Saint John’s Cathedral.
The Rev’d Rachel Kessler is the associate priest at Grace Church-on-the-Hill in Toronto, Ontario. Rachel is a member of the Doctrine and Worship Committee of the Diocese of Toronto, and has also served on the Ontario Provincial Commission on Theological Education. Before entering the priesthood, Rachel earned at PhD at the Centre for Medieval Studies in the University of Toronto. Her dissertation explored the interpretation of proverbs and gnomic sayings in early English literature.
Timothy Reeves McLeod II is an aspirant in the diocese of North Carolina and the son of an Episcopal priest. He and his wife live in Durham, NC where he is working towards an M.Div. She works full time as a graphic designer to support his theology habit. When Timothy’s not busy reading pretentious theology, he’s reading pretentious literature. But really, he wants to be a priest, so that he can get paid to do theology, and that sounds like as good a gig as there is.