Vicar: The Rev. Patricia Cunningham

Pastor Trish was born in Vancouver, Canada, and grew up in Southern California, Sydney Australia and England. Several transcendental experiences as a child set her on the spiritual path. The first was a direct experience of God's presence while sitting on a swing in a school playground, the second was an invitation to receive God's love, through a neighborhood Bible study for  children and the third was the relationship with a very frail and elderly nun at Loreto Convent, who embodied fierce love and deep peace. 

Trish attended the University of Bristol, Kings College, London and the University of British Columbia. She holds master's degrees from Emory University, the London School of Economics and Yale Divinity School. Special ministry interests include youth and young adult ministry. She is the spouse of David, a recovering corporate executive and instructor at Cal Berkeley, International Program. They are the parents of 4 member of the Millennial generation, and 2 dogs. Trish's interests include walking the dogs, reading, British television, swimming, theatre, and golf. 

Favorite non-biblical quote: " The line between good and evil runs directly through the human heart." Alexandr Solzenitzin. 

Associate Priest: The Rev. Molly Elizabeth Haws

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The Rev. Molly Elizabeth Haws was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, the youngest of five children and the only person in her family to come into the world north of the Mason-Dixon line. When she was three years old her family returned to Texas, where she grew up and attended the University in Austin, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Theatre.

In 1987 she moved to Washington, D.C., where she pursued theatre while working as a Floor Supervisor at Capitol Children's Museum, a Scientific Typist at the University of Maryland, and as Administrative Assistant to the Head of Academic Programs at the Folger Shakespeare Library. She moved to Education Programs at the Folger in 1992, where she had the privilege of working with teachers and students from D.C. public and independent schools as well as actors, scholars, and master teachers from all over the country. 

Molly left the Folger and began working as a theatrical stage manager, becoming a member of Actors' Equity Association in 1998. As much as she loved her work in theatre, the call to ordained ministry persisted. She and her wife, Liza, packed up and moved across the country when Molly was accepted to Church Divinity School of the Pacific, and she was ordained to the priesthood in December 2010.




Now in it’s seventeenth year, Trinity†St. Peter’s Taizé Service has become a community treasure. Visit and experience it for yourself. Wednesdays at 7:30PM.

Read more about Taizé at Trinity+St. Peter's here.






Our ministry among the un-housed of San Francisco includes providing hospitality once a month to those who attend Open Cathedral worship at UN Plaza and leading worship at the Church of the Open Door on the first Thursday of every month.  Contact the clergy if you are interested in volunteering!