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Rev. Victor H. Floyd joined the staff of Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco in November of 2010. He grew up in northwest Georgiathe foothills of Appalachia. During the 1990s, Victor worked at North Decatur Presbyterian Church in Atlanta and moderated More Light Presbyterians of Greater Atlanta Presbytery. He misses hush puppies.
While attending Pacific School of Religion, Victor served as Pastoral Intern at Peninsula MCC in San Mateo. He received the 2009 Marcella Althaus-Reid Award in Queer Theology from the Center for Lesbian & Gay Studies. His other alma maters include the Graduate Theological Union, the Institute for Health & Healing, the Robert Shaw Institute, the Merola Program (SF Opera) and Indiana University School of Music.
With bi-denominational standing in the United Church of Christ, Victor is an active interdenominational presenter. Committed to inclusive language and congregational song, he has led conferences in Montreat, North Carolina and Zephyr Cove, Nevada. Victor is a proponent of the Iona Community, InterPlay and dismantling the binary gender system.
He is married to Lou Grosso. They enjoy science fiction, audio-described movies, red wine, Apple computers, David Sedaris and whitewater rafting. Lou and Victor are tolerated as necessary house guests of an outspoken Schnauzer named Dervish.
After a six year hiatusduring which time she played music at Grace Cathedral and St. Dominic'sthe multi-talented Grace Renaud returned as our music director in 2011.
Grace has been working in church music since 1996. She began singing and playing piano at MCC-SF in 1999, and was music director from 2003-2005. Her work in the queer community includes playing at Miss TGSF 2005, and singing, playing, or directing for LGCSF, SFGMC, GLAM, and many inclusive church communities. She attended the international GALA Choral Festivals in Montreal (2004), Miami (2008) and Denver (2012). Currently, she is the principal pianist for the Oakland-East Bay Gay Men's Chorus and has a private piano studio.
Steve Marlowe is a native of Chicago, where he was educated (University of Illinois Chicago), liberated (moved to Boys Town and then came out), and spiritually emancipated at Good Shepherd Parish MCC in 1979. A bookkeeper by trade, he has worked and volunteered at several non-profits over the years. At GSP he held service positions as Deacon, Lay Preacher, and Board Vice-Moderator. He also founded the Contemporary Gospel Singers, and Brother (a queer spirit rock band), both of which headlined Chicago Pride and many other events. He moved to San Francisco in 1989, and immediately joined MCCSF and the Worship & Praise ensemble. From there he became involved in various communities, coordinating over 100 retreats and workshops focusing on community building. When not reconciling bank statements, you can find him playing guitars at Taizé and Worship & Praise, or obeying his four-pawed boys Malcolm and Mortimer.