SSP BOARD


Myron Bradley Penner serves as Rector of The Anglican Parish of St Paul in the Diocese of Edmonton (Alberta) of the Anglican Church of Canada. He received the Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh and completed the Anglican Studies program at Regent College, in Vancouver, BC. He is the author of The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness in a Postmodern Context and the editor or co-editor of several volumes, including Christianity  and the Postmodern Turn. Myron has spent time teaching, studying, or in ministry, in Scotland, East Africa, the United States, and most recently Bolivia. Myron is blessed to be husband to Jodi and father to three adult daughters, the most profound and constant expressions of God’s grace in his life.

Elise Feyerherm is the Associate Rector at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brookline, MA and has served parishes in Ohio, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. From 2006 – 2013, she directed Anglican Formation and taught Church History, Spirituality, and Liturgy at Bexley Hall Seminary in Columbus, OH (now Bexley Seabury in Chicago). Her M.Div. is from Yale Divinity School, Ph. D. in Theological Studies is from Boston College, and she convenes the Advent Project Seminar of the North American Academy of Liturgy.

Lyndon Shakespeare is Rector of Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Broomfield, CO. Lyndon holds his M.Div from Virginia Theological Seminary and earned a Ph.D. from the Archbishop’s Examination in Theology at Lambeth Palace. He is the author of Being the Body of Christ in the Age of Management (Cascade, 2016). His most recent writings focus on theological models of pastoral leadership and exploring a sacramental vision of place. Since his ordination in 2002, he has served parishes in Washington, D.C., New Jersey, Long Island, and Virginia. From 2011-2013, Lyndon was on the staff at Washington National Cathedral as the Director for Program and Ministry. He returns to the board of SSP having served as the inaugural chairperson from 2014-2017.

Jonathan Jameson is Associate Rector at St John’s Church in Savannah, Georgia. He received his M.Div. from Montreal Diocesan Theological College and a M.T.S. from Nashotah House Theological Seminary, where he defended his thesis entitled, “The End of Desire: Sarah Coakley and Rowan Williams on Desire and Its Relation to God,” which was partially published in the Anglican Theological Review and The Living Church. Jonathan loves thinking and writing about Augustine, sin, and the nature of Christian love. He is also a professional musician with the band Delta Spirit and is married with two children

Joshua Daniel is the Associate Rector for Discipleship and Worship at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church, Washington, D.C. Born and raised in Bentonville, AR, Joshua studied philosophy and theology at Greenville College, Oxford University, and graduated with a Ph.D. in Philosophy (2015) from the University of Arkansas, writing a dissertation on Wittgenstein and religion. He has served parishes in the Mississippi Delta, Maryland, Virginia, and worked as the Episcopal Chaplain at the University of Arkansas for a number of years before completing his M.Div. at Virginia Theological Seminary (2018). While at VTS, Joshua co-edited Reasonable Radical? (Pickwick 2018) with the Dean and President of the seminary, the Very Rev. Dr. Ian Markham.

Robert (Bob) Solon Jr. is currently serving as Priest-in-Charge of Saint John’s Church in Passaic, NJ, and as Director of Finance for Christ Church Bloomfield-Glen Ridge. He holds the STM degree from General Seminary, and his scholastic interests focus on liturgy and specifically the Daily Office. He has recently published in Sacramental Life on the lectionary of the Liturgy of the Hours, as well as in Covenant and other online publications. As well as serving as Treasurer of SSP, he is also pro-bono finance manager of All the Way Up Adult Education Center in Newark, NJ.

Daniel Wade (Dan) McClain is currently Priest-in-Charge at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Dayton, Ohio, and adjunct professor of theology at General Theological Seminary and the University of Dayton. He is the former Episcopal Chaplain at the College of William and Mary, and has been Associate Rector at Bruton Parish Church and St. David’s, Roland Park (Baltimore, MD). From 2012-18, Dan was Director of Program Operations for the Master of Theological Studies program at Loyola University Maryland, and has taught at Catholic University of America and the George Washington University. He has served on the board for the Christian Systematic Theology Section of the American Academy of Religion, and was President of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the AAR from 2014-15. He is married to Kate and has four sons, four dogs, three cats, 13 chickens and his head coach of the Miami Valley Trailblazers youth mountain bike team, which is currently second in the state of Ohio.

Marcus George Halley is the Dean of Formation for the Episcopal Church in Connecticut and the Priest-in-Charge of Church of the Holy Spirit in West Haven, Connecticut. Prior to serving in Connecticut, Marcus served as the 18th Rector of Saint Paul’s Church on Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as Missioner for Evangelism for the Episcopal Church in Minnesota, and as an adjunct professor for preaching at United Seminary of the Twin Cities. He holds degrees from Johnson C. Smith University (B.A.), Interdenominational Theological Center (M.Div.), and the School of Theology at the University of the South (S.T.M.). He is currently completing Doctor of Ministry studies at the University of the South and expects this degree to be conferred in May 2022.

Lizette Larson-Miller is the canon precentor for the Anglican Diocese of Huron and has been professor of liturgical studies at Huron University College (part of the University of Western Ontario) for 6 years. Her PhD in liturgical history and sacramental theology is from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California and those two academic areas continue to be important in her teaching and publishing. She is the author of four books, including Sacramentality Renewed (2016), and is currently working on a new book in sacramental theology as well as two book chapters for different collections on late antique/early medieval liturgical history. She is the past president of both Societas Liturgica and IALC (International Anglican Liturgical Consultation), and serves as editor and board member for several different theological groups.