Rev. Cameron Partridge serves as counselor to Episcopal/Anglican students at Harvard Divinity School, where he studied for his Masters in Divinity and Doctorate in Theology. Rev. Partridge now lectures at Harvard on both liturgical topics and those relating to gender and sexuality and has led congregations at Boston University and Christ Church in Cambridge, Mass. Partridge, who transitioned over ten years ago, is married and has a young son. When his son is older, Partridge wants to tell him about his experience and transition and hopes it will help him grow up respecting others for who they are.

Recent Posts

Jul 14, 2012

I’m almost at a loss for words. 

Jul 08, 2012

UPDATE: D002 and D019 have now passed the House of Deputies and are acts of Convention

Sunday was an historic day, as the House of Bishops voted in favor of all three of the resolutions that take up gender identity and expression.

As Sunday’s blog post left off, we were on the edge of our seats as the bishops began their afternoon session.

May 12, 2012

The following is an expanded version of the sermon I gave at the end of the “Welcome One Another Fellowship Retreat”," annually offered by the newly named Team on LGBT Inclusion of the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of North America.

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