Stephen has been rector of St. Patrick’s since 2003. He is the author of Saving Salvation: The Amazing Evolution of Grace (Morehouse: 2005). He plays in a classic rock n roll band for fun and occasionally does triathlons.
The Rev. Cameron O’Riley
Assistant to the Rector
Cameron arrived at St. Patrick’s July 2016 and serves as the Assistant to the Rector. She is a graduate of the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN and is a Georgia native. Cameron’s previous experience is with children’s and youth ministry and social work.
We didn’t choose our Deacon, Rob. The Bishop first sent him here in 2007, and left him here after he was ordained in 2009. Rob also serves as a nighttime on-call Chaplain at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Julie has served St. Patrick’s since 2004. She provides for leadership among the various ministries of the Church, researches programmatic options, and manages parish communications. She is an avid golfer and assists her alma mater, Ohio University, in many and various ways.
Amy and her husband, Peter, joined St. Patrick’s in 2005. She is a graduate of Miami University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She has 17 years of experience as a preschool teacher/school administrator. She and Peter have two children, Danny and Evelina. Amy enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family.
Jennifer is an accomplished musician, skilled at organ, piano, stringed instruments, percussion and the Irish harp. She leads the adult, children’s and handbell choirs and composes music for both.
Jim was a member of St. Patrick’s in the late 1990’s having served on vestry and as the initial treasurer for the sanctuary building campaign. He retired in 2014 from his banking career having worked with JP Morgan Chase and the Bank of Montreal. Jim currently is a member of All Saints Episcopal Church in New Albany where he serves as parish treasurer. Jim’s wife, Coleen, is an Episcopal Deacon now serving at All Saints. Jim is excited to be assisting with the finances at St. Patrick’s and being associated with a parish that means so much to him and his family.