Jane Patterson has served on the Adjunct Faculty since 2010. In the Master of Divinity program, she teaches courses in Bible and Spiritual Formation; in the Center for Christian Ministry and Vocation, she teaches a course on the Bible as a resource for pastoral caregivers. Outside the seminary, she is co-director of a ministry called The WorkShop that guides laity in the use of the scriptures for discerning how to live faithfully in all aspects of daily life, and serves St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, San Antonio, mainly in the areas of adult formation and leadership development. She is currently participating in the Collegeville Institute Seminar on Vocation Across the Lifespan. Her dissertation concerned the use of metaphors of sacrifice in the letters of Paul. She previously served on the faculty as Interim Director of Theological Field Education, 2003-5.
B.A., Smith College; M.T.S., Perkins School of Theology; C.I.T.S., Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest; Ph.D., Southern Methodist University