The Reverend Jay Slocum is an Anglican priest serving in the Diocese of Pittsburgh as the founding pastor of Jonah’s Call, a church that is joining in a Gospel movement that brings flourishing to the city through worshipping God, loving neighbors and shaping culture. He graduated from the King’s College with a BA in Sociology. He earned his Masters in Divinity at Trinity School for Ministry, an Anglican Seminary in Ambridge, PA. With two decades of cultural study combined with a deep love for reformed theology, he has taught groups ranging from junior high students to post doctorates. He has a passion for seeing the emerging generation grow in its understanding of having all of life come under the Lordship of Jesus and works to that end in a variety of domains in Pittsburgh as the Rector of Jonah’s Call. His Meyers-Briggs is ENTJ. He is a D.i. on the DiSC Profile, and his main giftings are preaching, teaching, leading vision, leadership development, and spiritual counseling. Jay is an audio and bibliophile, an avid bmxer and mountain biker rider, a foodie, a design geek, and a cultural omnivore. Jay and Catherine have been married for 20 years and are parents to Emma and Lydia.