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Cameron Partridge is in his second year as the Episcopal Chaplain at Boston University.  Originally from Berkeley, California, Cameron has lived in the Boston area since 1995 and was ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts in 2004/5.  Cameron sees himself as an Incarnation-oriented priest, bringing to his ministry a passion for sacramental life, the intellectual riches of Christian thought, and a deep commitment to social justice.  Before coming to BU, he served in chaplaincy and urban parish settings, working with young adults, and focusing upon issues of poverty, sexuality and gender.  He is particularly committed to the ongoing conversations in The Episcopal Church and across the Anglican Communion on gender and sexuality, bringing a transgender perspective into the mix.  He received his doctorate at Harvard Divinity School in 2008 and teaches in the studies of Christian Thought and of Women, Gender and Sexuality. In his spare time, Cameron loves reading, gardening, hiking, tossing a ball around, and generally playing with family and friends.  email Cameron


Sean Glenn is in the second year of his Master of Theological Studies at the Boston University School of Theology.  He had previously lived for two years in New York City, where he completed a Master of Arts in Music at Queens College (City University of New York) and sang under the direction of Mr. Bruce Neswick at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine. Before moving to New York City, Sean completeed a Bachelor of Music at Cornish College of the Arts in his hometown of Seattle, Washington, where he was also active as a church musician at Saint Mark's Cathedral.

Sean’s work has been musical and scholastic, yet always with an eye on implications for ministry. Before moving to Boston, Sean was (and is still) an active composer and singer, writing music primarily for use within liturgical settings. He has been commissioned on several occasions: twice for the Gallery Choir of Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle, as well as once for the Compline Choir of the same. He has also been commissioned by the Cathedral Choir of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in New York City, and the Queens College Vocal Ensemble. Academically, Sean’s work focuses on theologies of music through the lens of queer experience and Anglican identity.