OC2: Rev Dr Cameron Partridge

I had begun to feel that, whatever process of stretching toward God may have been afoot in my life, it was entangled with my gender and how I embodied it.

The Rev Dr Cameron Partridge in
“Holy Week”
OtherWise Christian 2: Stories of Resistance

OtherWise Christian 2 v. 3

Cameron is the one really historic article that was not a part of the cluster in The Other Side magazine. Rather, Mr Barb Greve compiled a PDF “book” in 2003 called Crossing Paths: Where Transgender and Religion Meet, which included two articles by Cameron. Cameron agreed to update his reflection around chest surgery and Thomas exploring Jesus’s side wounds for OtherWise Christian 2.

Cameron’s chapter, “Holy Week,” will appear in OtherWise Christian 2: Stories of Resistance (March 2020) from OtherWise Engaged Publishing.

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The Reverend Dr. Cameron Partridge is an Episcopal priest, theologian, and openly trans and genderqueer-identified man. He came out as trans during his ordination process and was ordained a deacon in 2004 and a priest in 2005 in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Since then he has served in parish, campus ministry, and university/divinity school settings. In 2016, he and his family moved to California where he now serves as the Rector of St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church in San Francisco, California. He and his spouse have two children.

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