The Rev. Patrick Miller received his BA from Austin College in Communication and Philosophy in 1990. He received his MDiv from the Seminary of the Southwest in 2000.
In February 2008, Patrick became the ninth rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and School. He serves as Executive Chairman of St. Mark’s Episcopal School, and as a member of the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Endowment Board.
He serves the Diocese of Texas as a trustee of the Seminary of the Southwest. As a deputy to the 2018 General Convention, he is a member of the Liturgy Design Committee and Cuban Relations Committee. He has served as dean of the East Harris Convocation, secretary of the Standing Committee, and as a member of the Bishop’s Transition Committee and Diocesan Youth Ministry Transition Committee. Additionally, he has served as a member of the Executive Board of the Episcopal Foundation of Texas, and as a trustee of Camp Allen.
Outside of the parish he has served on the boards of The Beacon, Christian Community Service Center, and Interfaith Ministries of Greater Houston. He is an alumnus of The Texas Lyceum.
Patrick has served at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Texas; St. Richard’s, Round Rock, Texas; St. Alban’s, Austin, Texas; Christ Church, Greenwich, Connecticut; and the Episcopal Youth Community in Waco, Texas.
He currently has two books, Empty: A Pilgrim’s Memoir and Spoken: A Collection of Sermons.
You can watch his TED talk here.
People Ask Patrick: “How does someone become involved at St. Mark’s?”
Little known fact: Patrick’s worst kept secret is that he takes boxing lessons. The littlest known fact is that he auditioned for Ester’s Follies in Austin, Texas using a crayon drawing of himself as a headshot.
He is married to Allison Miller, and they have two children.
Get in touch with Patrick: email@example.com