Our Team

 
 
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Kate Floyd

Kate Floyd is an ordained minister in The United Methodist Church. She has a Masters of Divinity from Candler School of Theology at Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies from Rice University. She has pastored churches in Atlanta and Chicago and is passionate about creating inclusive, joy-filled, diverse community. She enjoys live music, bad TV, struggling through yoga class, and exploring the D.C. area with her husband Kyle and children Sam and Daisy. 

Contact Pastor Kate to learn more. She'll buy you a cup of coffee and listen to your story. We're just beginning--check back for updates on gatherings and events as we grow. 

 
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Brian Gorman

Brian is a member of the Hiding Place, a Christian community of hospitality and urban farm in Northeast Washington, D.C. and spends his time between his two passions: nurturing Christian community and teaching music. With degrees in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Maryland and Catholic University, Brian is dedicated to providing affordable music instruction to the youth of D.C., previously through his work with Sitar Arts Center and currently as a private piano and guitar instructor in Ward 7. A native Marylander, Brian is a relentless Orioles fan, writes a blog, preaches from time to time, and serves on the steering committee for the Nurturing Communities Network, a resource for budding Christian communities around North America. His mentors in community include Father Richard Rohr and Jonathan Wilson-Hartrove of the Rutba House. He has done active peacemaking work in Palestine with Christian Peacemaker Teams and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Theology at the Ecumenical Institute in Baltimore, MD.

 
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Meghan Hatcher

Meghan Hatcher is a third-year Master of Divinity student at Wesley Theological Seminary, where she is also on staff. She has a Master of Science in Sustainable Development & Applied Sociology and a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri. She grew up in Austin and has served churches in Texas, Missouri and Washington, D.C. Her greatest passion is storytelling and how stories can be used to break down barriers and create authentic communities that are loving and justice-seeking. Meghan loves running and yoga, reading a LOT of theology, and cooking with her husband Corey.