Resume

REV. STACEY S. MIDGE

revstacey@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Master of Divinity
Western Theological Seminary, May 2003

Bachelor of Arts                                            
Drake University, June 1999

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Pastor
May 2017 – Present
Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church; Cincinnati, Ohio

Associate Minister for Mission, Outreach, and Youth
February 2008 – April 2017
First Reformed Church; Schenectady, New York

Minister  
January 2005 – January 2008
Glen Reformed Church; Fultonville, New York

Chaplain Fellow
August 2003 – August 2004
Hanover College; Hanover, Indiana

Pastoral Intern
October 2000 – August 2003
New Life Church; Grand Rapids, Michigan

DENOMINATIONAL SERVICE

Reformed Church in America Commission for Women
June 2006 – June 2012; Moderator, June 2008 – June 2012

Belhar Implementation Task Force
June 2011 – June 2013

Regional Synod of Albany Overtures and Judicial Business Committee
Chairperson, May 2016 – Present
May 2009 – May 2013; Chairperson, May 2012 – May 2013

Regional Synod of Albany Executive Committee
May 2016 – Present
May 2012 – May 2013

Regional Synod of Albany Classis Ministries Board
May 2009 – May 2012

Fowler Camp and Conference Center Program Committee
May 2006 – May 2012

Classis of Schenectady Executive Committee
Past President, May 2017 – Present
President, May 2015 – May 2017
Vice President, May 2014 – May 2015

PUBLICATIONS

“Trusting in God, Relying on Others.” Breaking Barriers. Winter 2017.

“It’s a Revolution!” The Twelve: Reformed Done Daily. Perspectives Journal. 20 July 2016.

“Little Deaths.” The Twelve: Reformed Done Daily. Perspectives Journal. 13 May 2015.

“Divine Particularity.” Unbound. 5 December 2013.

“Ministry in an Untenable Situation.” Ecclesio. Cynthia Holder Rich. 31 May 2012.

“Putting Down Roots.” Fidelio’s Sisters. 12 May 2012.

“LGBTQIAWhat? The ABCs of Sexuality.” Room for All. Winter 2012.

RETREATS AND PRESENTATIONS

Loving Through Policy: Affecting Change in Church and Society
September 2017

Future Church: Sacramental Living in a Secular World, 5-week course
January 2016

Rise of the Nones and Dones: Trends in Religion and Non-Religion
December 2015

Intersectionality: Advocacy Across Layers of Oppression
November 2015

Body and Soul: Spirituality and the Body, 3-week course
November 2015

Accra Confession
October 2015

Conflict, Reconciliation, and Hope: Experiencing Radical Theology in Belfast
May 2015

Camp Chaplain for students at Fowler Camp and Retreat Center
2005-2016

Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
Multiple presentations and panel discussions since 2011

Food Insecurity in America
March 2014

Response to Loyalty and Loss by Lynn Japinga
July 2014

Beginnings and Beyond: Transitions into Ministry
April 2009

Reformed Church in America Polity
Repeated several times for groups of elders and deacons since 2008

The Invisible Middle: Reaching Out to the ‘Lost’ Generation
Repeated three times in 2008

VOLUNTEER AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

Schenectady Inner City Ministry – Ecumenical collaboration providing food services, education, and social justice advocacy.
Steering Committee Member, Vice President, President, and Past President, May 2008 – April 2017

Patty’s Place – Drop-in support and referral center for sex workers and prostitutes, directed by an ecumenical, faith-based coalition of churches, non-profits, and public officials.
President and Founding Steering Committee Member, September 2011 – April 2017

SAFE, Inc. – Emergency shelter and outreach program for at-risk youth.
Vice President, June 2016 – Present, Board of Trustees, June 2010 – April 2017

University of Albany Institutional Biosafety Committee

Schenectady City Board of Ethics – Oversee city officials’ and appointees’ conflicts of interest, review ethical complaints and charges.
May 2013 – April 2017

The Young Clergy Women Project – Support and resources for female clergy under forty, including online journal Fidelia’s Sisters.
Founding Board Member, Editorial Board Member, June 2007 – July 2012

Room for AllEducation and advocacy toward inclusion of LGBT persons in the church.
Founding Board Member, Vice President, January 2005 – January 2011

Damien Center – Community center for those infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Advisory Task Force Member, May 2008 – May 2012

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Womanist Midrash
RevGalBlogPals Big Event, January 2019

Festival of Homiletics: Preaching and Politics
Washington, D.C., May 2018

Creative Maladjustment: Pastoral Ministry in Tumultuous Times
Newbigin Center, San Francisco, January 2018

A Kaleidoscope of Intersections
Room for All, Holland, Michigan, September 2017

Boundary Awareness Training
Presbytery of Cincinnati, August 2017

God’s Stories, Our Stories
Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2017

Wake 2016
Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 2016

Tricks of the Light: A Festival Curated by Peter Rollins
Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 2015

The Power & Practice of Personal Storytelling featuring Mark Yaconelli
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, October 2014

Out of the Deep: Pastoring in Creative Spaces
Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 2014

Posts, Tweets, Blogs, and Faith: Writing for the Digital Public Square
Collegeville Institute, June 2013

The Idolatry of God with Peter Rollins
Belfast, April 2013

Inclusion 2.0 Diversity Bootcamp with Steve Robbins
Grand Rapids, February 2011

Leading as Ourselves: Annual Conference of the Young Clergy Women Project
Candler Theological Seminary, July 2010

Anti-Racism Training
General Synod Commissions and Council, October 2010

The Lesser Known Jesus with John Bell
National Cathedral College for Preachers, April 2008

Preaching as Testimony with Anna Carter Florence
National Cathedral College for Preachers, August 2007

Festival of Homiletics
Atlanta, May 2006

Beginnings and Beyond: Transitions into Ministry
January 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

RECOGNITION

  • Junior League Helen George Volunteer of Distinction Award, May 2016
  • YWCA President’s Circle Award, March 2015
  • Labor-Religion Coalition of New York State Faith at Work Award, September 2014
  • Schenectady Inner City Ministry Community Service Award, December 2012
  • Siena College Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King Award for Non-Violent Social Change, April 2012
  • Western Theological Seminary Award in Biblical Studies, 2003
  • Western Theological Seminary President’s Community Life Award, 2003

 

 

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