Pastor & Staff

Pastor and Staff
Welcoming You To MCC San Francisco

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Annie Steinberg-Behrman, Provisional Pastor

Annie Steinberg-Behrman holds a Masters of Divinity degree from the San Francisco Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Psychology from Antioch University. She has been an ordained minister for the past twenty years, pastoring groups and individuals with a rich diversity in sexual orientation, gender identity, race and faith traditions. She has incorporated the expressive arts throughout her work as a pastor and spiritual director and she is a noted speaker at workshops on creativity and spiritual discernment.

Michael Cronin, Associate Pastor

Michael is a native San Franciscan who has a background in the Theatrical Arts. He has been an active member in all aspects of the MCCSF community – choirs to Board of Directors – since 1996. In 2011 he received “The Call” which led him to pursue a Masters of Divinity at the Pacific School of Religion/Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley; a moment in which his Roman Catholic family, thinking he had grown a second head asked, “does this bring you happiness?”  Michael seeks to meet people where they are and not live in the duality of the Sacred and Profane: God does not draw such distinctions. He is honored to be working with such a dynamic team and to serve this community.



Matt Nightingale, Minister of Music

Matt holds a Bachelors degree in music education and has served in church music ministry for eighteen years. Matt joined MCCSF as Minister of Music in November 2016.

Matt’s musical/creative exploits have included performing a solo show at the Tulsa Jazz Hall of Fame, singing the national anthem at two 49ers games and contributing two songs to a dance musical currently in development in New York City. His song “Always Entertaining Me,” from the album Still Standing, was featured in the hit Korean drama IRIS. Matt is currently a member of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and continues to write and perform music at every opportunity. His song “Going Home” was recently recorded by Broadway star and Emmy winner Loretta Devine and will be featured on the soundtrack of the short film Neighbor in 2017.