The Reverend Micah Jackson
Bishop John Hines Associate Professor of Preaching
Dean of Community Life
Micah Jackson is the Bishop John Hines Associate Professor of Preaching and serves as Dean of Community Life. Professor Jackson joined Seminary of the Southwest faculty in June 2008. His academic interests include the spiritual discipline of preaching, homiletic form, and postmodern construction of the relationship between preacher and congregation. His previous courses have ranged from "New Media in Worship and Preaching" to "Political Preaching" and "The Preacher's Self." Professor Jackson is a popular instructor at the Episcopal Preaching Foundation's Preaching Excellence Program, having served on the faculty since 2008. He is also a member of the EPF Board of Directors. He had been Associated Clergy at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Berkeley for two years before moving to Austin. He and his family worship in Austin at St. David's, where he serves as an Assisting Priest.
MDiv, Meadville Lombard Theological School; MTS, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary; PhD, Graduate Theological Union.