Father Jason Emerson


Hi, I’m Jason and I believe God is at work.  It is a pleasure and honor to worship and serve God alongside the people of St. Patrick’s.  I am originally from Tennessee and Jodie, my wife—a world-class educator/administrator—is from Zanesville, OH.  We have lived in Omaha, NE, and Northwest GA outside Chattanooga before returning to central Ohio around Thanksgiving of 2021.  Our twins, Isaac and Evelyn, are excited to explore the music and drama opportunities of central Ohio as well.  God is up to something in, at, and through St. Patrick’s.  Come join us as we share God’s Love in Dublin, the greater Columbus area, the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, and indeed around the world.  And no matter what, remember, God loves you more than you can possibly imagine. rector@pats-dublin.org

Amy O’Neill
Parish Administrator

Amy and her husband, Peter, joined St. Patrick’s in 2005 and she has been the parish administrator since 2017. She is a graduate of Miami University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Her years as an educator and administrator in preschools has helped her manage the many aspects of her job at St. Patrick’s. She and Peter have two children, Danny and Evelina. Amy enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family. administrator@pats-dublin.org

Jennifer Bell
Music Director

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. jenniferbel@hotmail.com

Stacy Craig


Stacy has a BS in Accounting from Ohio Dominican, and has a wealth of accounting experience, including congregational experience both as a volunteer and paid accounting supervisor. Stacy is from Southern Ohio and has called Columbus home for many years. An avid hockey fan, in her free time she can usually be found at one of the local ice rinks, or home playing with her dogs and cats.



Kati Glover

Minister of Communications

Kati is a Disability Theologian recently finished studying at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio. She received a Master of Divinity degree with a concentration in Ecology and Justice in 2022 and a Master of Theological Studies degree with a concentration in Ethics in 2023. Her MTS thesis is titled, Ubuntu-Based Theology of Disabled Individuals’ Sexual Agency. Kati plans to continue her education and pursue doctoral work. Kati is a Certified Candidate for Ministry in the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church. She is a native of Maumee, Ohio and received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of Toledo.