The Rev. Jane Lancaster Patterson Associate Professor of New Testament and Director of Community Care

The Rev. Jane Patterson
512-472-4133 ext. 340

The Rev. Jane Patterson, PhD, is associate professor of New Testament. She joined the full-time faculty in 2013 after teaching part-time and serving as interim director of Theological Field Education, 2003–2005. She is the author of Keeping the Feast: Metaphors of Sacrifice in 1 Corinthians and Philippians (SBL Press, 2015). In biblical studies, her academic interests include the intersection of literary, political, and theological study of the scriptures. She also teaches in the area of Christian formation, where her work focuses on vocation and Christian practice. She serves as co-director of St. Benedict’s Workshop, a ministry devoted to helping laity live their faith in daily life, and serves the Diocese of West Texas as missioner for adult formation and as a member of the diocesan examining chaplains. She is active as a preacher, teacher, and parishioner at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in San Antonio.

BA, Smith College
MTS, Perkins School of Theology
CITS, Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest
PhD, Southern Methodist University


Was Jesus A Mystic? (audio)
Sermon in Christ Chapel, Sep 4, 2015
Gospel of Luke – Parable of the Pounds (audio)