The Very Reverend Penny Bridges
The Very Rev. Penny Bridges answered the call to serve as the fourth Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral in 2014. A native of Northern Ireland and lifelong Anglican, Penny received her education at Wells Cathedral School and Clare College, Cambridge. She pursued a career in data processing, which took her and her husband from England to New Hampshire in 1985. There her two sons were born and she experienced a call to ordination in the Episcopal Church. In 1997 she graduated from Berkeley at Yale Divinity School with a Master of Divinty, summa cum laude and moved to Virginia. Penny served six years as Associate Rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Alexandria, and eleven years as the third Rector of St. Francis Episcopal Church, Great Falls. St. Paul’s magnificent music program is a good fit for Penny, who is herself an accomplished violist and singer. Since her arrival at St. Paul’s, Penny has focused on leading the church into the 21st century (the “emerging church” model), updating the administrative systems, overseeing the creation of the digital "Faith to Go" curriculum, installing exterior lighting to give the cathedral more visibility, and developing strong relationships with leaders of other faith communities and of city government. Penny provides leadership in the Diocese too, chairing the Resolutions committee, coordinating the Episcopal/Lutheran Latino Ministries alliance, and initiating the San Diego chapter of the California Public Policy Network. In her free time Penny enjoys learning Spanish, playing viola in chamber groups and orchestras, and all the benefits of living by the ocean.
The Reverend Jeff Martinhauk
Director of Congregational Life
The Rev. Jeff Martinhauk grew up in Dallas, Texas and graduated with a degree in Accounting from Southern Methodist University. His professional background prior to seminary focused on finance and information technology. He attended the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas, finishing in 2009, and then became a Board Certified Chaplain, serving at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin for several years until he was called as Rector of St. Timothy’s Church in Apple Valley, California. St. Paul’s Cathedral called him as the Director of Congregational Life in January, 2016. Jeff’s passions include music, his two kids, and being outside.
The Reverend Colin Mathewson
Pastor for the Misa Congregation
The Rev. Colin Mathewson graduated from Valhalla High School in East County, San Diego and Stanford University with a degree in Urban Studies. He's since served as a campaign manager, community organizer, press assistant, executive assistant, foundation program officer, and as a volunteer in El Salvador before starting seminary in 2010. He and his wife Laurel graduated from The School of Theology of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee in 2013 and served together as deacons and priests at St. Paul's Cathedral until becoming vicars-in-charge at St. Luke’s Episcopal in North Park. Colin is continuing in his role as pastor for the Misa Congregation. He and Laurel have two kids who keep them busy and laughing, and Colin enjoys sports, cooking, eating, and reading.
Director of Formation and Outreach
David Tremaine is a native of West Caldwell, New Jersey, but spent his high school and college years in Gainesville, Florida where his family moved in 2002. He attended the University of Florida between 2006 and 2010, and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. In 2012 he began a three year Master of Divinity program at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia, after formally entering the discernment process through the Episcopal Diocese of Florida. Between his second and third year of Seminary he spent a year as the Lay Assistant to the Vicar at Grace Mission Episcopal Church in Tallahassee, Florida, an outreach mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida. While there, he served a congregation of people who found themselves homeless and underserved in downtown Tallahassee and was able to discern a call to lay ministry in the Episcopal Church. In May of 2016, David completed his M. Div and graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary. He now serves as the Director of Outreach and Formation at Cathedral and is excited to be a part of this vibrant and thriving community as they continue to witness to and seek out God’s mission in the world.
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Canons Residentiary and Emeriti (Volunteer)
The Reverend Canon Joan Butler Ford
The Very Reverend James E. Carroll
The Reverend Canon Anne Chisham
Canon for Pastoral Care
The Reverend Canon J. Milton Collins
Canon for Pastoral Care
The Reverend Canon Dorothy Curry
Canon for Pastoral Care
Canon Konnie Dadmun
Canon for Altar Guild
The Reverend Canon A. Alden Franklin
Canon Liturgist Emeritus
The Reverend Canon Barnabas Hunt, SSP
The Reverend Canon Michael Kaehr
The Reverend Canon Richard Lief
The Reverend Canon Andrew Rank, SSP
Canon Christine Spalding
The Reverend Canon Lee B. Teed
The Reverend Canon Allisyn Thomas