St. Pauls' Clergy and Staff
Interim Rector, Reverend Jennifer Hornbeck
Jennifer has served as a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of California for 20 years, in a variety of positions on the Peninsula, the North Bay, and San Francisco.
She enjoys community conversations, preaching, strategic planning, and outreach. In her free time she enjoys hiking, yoga, and photography.
B.A. Child Development and Liberal Studies CSU Chico
M.Div. Yale Divinity School
Email Rev. Hornbeck or call 650.348.4811
Pastoral Associate, Jocelyn A. Sideco
Jocelyn most recently served as the director of community service and social justice at St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco, where she oversaw the community service graduation requirement and developed opportunities for students to deepen their practice of justice and advocacy. Prior to that, she had been a teacher in the East Bay and served as the executive director of Contemplatives in Action, an educational and spiritual retreat center in post Katrina, New Orleans.
Jocelyn has a master’s degree in theology from the Jesuit School of Theology and completed a year of clinical pastoral education at UCSF Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics with a focus on mental health.
As Pastoral Associate, Jocelyn will take the lead in deepening and expanding our connections with teens and young adults. She will bring her experience to support and enrich our ministries of outreach and justice.
Email Jocelyn or call her at 650-348-4811 x2.
Director of Music, Dr. Susan Jane Matthews
Dr. Matthews has been Director of Music at St. Paul’s since 2005 where she serves as organist and director of the choirs, including founding director of the Choir School and the Evensong series (2007).
Susan grew up in Pennsylvania, graduated from Haverford College as a chemistry major, and attended two years of medical school during which time she found a home in the Episcopal church while searching for a place to practice organ. This began a journey to a completely different doctorate, to concertizing in amazing sacred places around the world, and to her vocation as a church musician in the Episcopal Church where music is an integral part of the liturgy.
Email Dr. Matthews or reach her by phone at 650.348.4811