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Our People


The Reverend Dr. Cameron Partridge  

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The Venerable Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain

Guest Music Minister

Mr. David Austin    


​Parish Administrator

Mr. Cary McCullough                          

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Nursery Care

Ms. Coco Lin    


Parish Nurse  

Ms. Susan Spencer

Assisting Priest

The Reverend Gary Ost 


​Assisting Priest

The Reverend Donald A. Fox 

Senior Warden

Ms. Kate Fritz (through 2024)

Junior Warden

Lee Hammack (through 2025)


​Clerk & Treasurer

Mr. David Frangquist



Mrs. Anne Benninger (through 2024)

Mrs. Anne Edwards (through 2023)

Mrs. Sarah Glover (through 2025)

Mr. Lee Hammack (through 2025)

Mr. Michael Jennings (through 2023)

Ms. Elaina LeGault (through 2024)

Mr. Jim Oerther (through 2023)

Ms. Barbara Stevenson (through 2025)

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The Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge  

Cameron Partridge was called to St. Aidan’s in 2016. Originally from the Bay Area, he lived in Massachusetts for about twenty years, was ordained in 2004/2005 and completed his Th.D. in 2008. He has served in parish, campus ministry, and divinity school settings, including teaching undergrads and divinity school students. A theologian by training, Cameron is one of several openly transgender clergy and lay people who have contributed to wider, ongoing conversations in Christian contexts about gender, sexuality, and embodiment. He has a passion for theological and spiritual formation, social justice advocacy, worship with both ancient and contemporary elements, vocational discernment, and communities where families of all kinds are embraced and people are transformed. He and his spouse Kateri have two children (10 and 13), 3 cats, and a rabbit. Cameron loves reading SciFi/Fantasy and memoirs, cooking and baking (especially pies), hiking with his family, listening to music, and the Muppets.

The Ven. Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain has served as the Archdeacon for the Diocese of California and is the associate vice provost for administration in Student Affairs at Stanford University where she leads finance, IT support, human resources, and facilities on behalf of the division.


In her ministry, Margaret is passionate about growing gardens, communities, and outreach ministries. With a long practice of volunteering with Habitat for Humanity and in working in community gardens, Margaret brings people together to strengthen communities and work for justice.  She serves as deacon at two parishes - Holy Innocents and St. Aidan’s.


Margaret began her career working with refugees and helping them resettle in the United States. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College, a master’s degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and she studied diaconal formation at the School for Deacons.

The Ven. Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain 

Dr. Cameron's Bio
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