The Rev. Mary Kate Rejouis came to St. Aidan’s in 2005. Prior to that, she served as the Vicar of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Basalt, Colorado from 2000 to 2005 and as Associate Rector and Priest-in-Charge at St. Michael and All Angels, South Bend, Indiana. She was ordained to the Diaconate and Priesthood in 1997. A native of Boulder, M. Mary Kate finds St. Aidan’s to be a place of really joyful ministry among the parish, with so many who have been part of the very early years of St. Aidan’s since its founding in 1948 and also in the Canterbury Episcopal Ministry. Campus ministry is vital to M. Mary Kate, who came through the Episcopal Campus ministry at Dartmouth College. She’s hoping to get back to swimming and running soon and mostly enjoys spending time with her two young children, John and Elizabeth.
Fr. Dan EdwardsSabbatical Clergy
M. Mary Kate will be on Sabbatical after Easter until early August. While she is taking time to rest, her first sabbatical in 21 years of ordained ministry, St. Aidan’s will welcome the recently retired bishop of Nevada, The Rt. Rev. Dan Edwards. Fr. Dan (his preferred title), will be with St. Aidan’s on Sundays, and one or two other days each week, and will work with M. Kay and Fr. Steve for support and pastoral care.
Rev. Dr. Kay CookPriest Associate
The Rev. Dr. Kay Cook was ordained as a priest in the Diocese of Utah in 2008 and has been Priest Associate at St. Aidan’s since the fall of that year. Prior to ordination, Kay was Professor of English at Southern Utah University. Kay is responsible for spiritual development at St. Aidan’s. She is certified from the Shalem Institute in group spiritual direction, contemplative prayer, and contemplative retreats. She is also a labyrinth facilitator, having trained with the Rev. Lauren Artress at Chartres Cathedral in France. Kay offers a monthly healing service and oversees healing prayer during communion on Sundays. She offers quiet days during Advent and Lent at the Little Church in the Pines in the mountain community where she lives. She and her husband, Doug Burger, have five children and three grandchildren.
Zach ParrisLutheran Campus Ministry Pastor
Zach Parris is pastor for the Lutheran Campus Ministry at CU. He cultivates and leads a community program supported by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and the Episcopal Church called “Bread + Belonging.” The program features weekly dinner gatherings at St. Aidan’s where students connect and share their joys and troubles. Zach works to create imaginative space for students to develop a broad and inclusive understanding of their place in the universe. He holds an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering. A Carolinean by birth, a Chicagoan by luck, a Californian at heart, and a Coloradan by the grace of God, Zach lives in Niwot with his wife and their two dachshunds.
Rev. Father Steve WengroviusPriest Associate
Father Steve returned to the St. Aidan’s parish as Priest Associate in May after his start here 36 years ago serving as curate for Fr. Ronald Resley. Since then, he served congregations in Ouray, Telluride, Paonia, Delta and Westminster before retiring here with his wife Chris.
Logynn B. NorthrhipCommunications and Office Manager
A Boulder native raised in Texas, Logynn earned a BA in journalism from Texas State University. She was assistant project manager at Visual Innovations, providing audio-visual development and support.
She is a certified yoga teacher and enjoys hiking, photography, knitting and dancing. She has a 19-year-old son, a golden retriever and two cats.
Sara ParkinsonMusic Director
Dr. Sara Parkinson enjoys a versatile career as a pianist, vocal coach and conductor. She was appointed Music Director of St. Aidan’s in 2015 after serving for six years as organist and pianist. She has been on the faculty and staff at Cornell College, CU-Boulder, and Metropolitan State University in Denver. Dr. Parkinson received her Bachelor of Music from the University of Iowa, Master of Music from the New England Conservatory and Doctor of Musical Arts in collaborative piano from CU-Boulder. When not at the piano or the podium, Sara can be found devouring her husband’s pastries and chocolates while keeping up with their two young boys.
Wesley Leffingwell is a musician from Littleton, Colorado. He has studied piano performance at the University of Denver, the University of Colorado Boulder, and a semester at the Royal Danish Academy. Along with classical music, Wesley has played jazz, contemporary, and original music. He teaches piano throughout the Boulder/Denver area. As a collaborative musician, Wesley accompanies the choir at St. Aidan’s, the University of Denver Lamont Chorale and solo artists. He continues the lifelong study of music and of life.
Abbie RastatterOffice Assistant
Abbie Rastatter is a student at CU studying Technology, Arts & Media in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. She joined the staff in 2016, initially as a caretaker in the nursery, and now serves as the Office Assistant in the afternoons. She is Bread + Belonging’s Program Coordinator and a committed organizer in that community. She works closely with Logynn, Mary Kate and Zach. Abbie, a native of Greeley, Colorado, grew up in the Episcopal Church. An avid reader and cook, she hopes that one day she’ll know what to do after college.
Glory KinaneeOffice Assistant
Zormene (Glory) Kinanee is a fourth-year student at the University of Computer Science pursing a BA in computer science. She also has a minor in Technology Arts and Media and enjoys web developing and design. She loves to hike, draw, dance, and being in social settings. Glory was born in Nigeria, and moved to the US with her family at the age of 5, but grew up in Lakewood Colorado.