Pastor & Staff

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Rev. Daniel Borysewicz, Provisional Interim Pastor

Rev. Daniel BorysewiczRev. Daniel Borysewicz is a progressive, sex positive interim pastor, and educator seeking radical inclusion for all people. As a spiritual guide, educator, and U.S. Navy veteran, he works to provide solutions for problems that individuals struggle with including shame, desire, and religious trauma to name a few.

Rev. Daniel was ordained into ministry through the Anointing of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Fire of the Holy Spirit on May 30, 2015, at MCC San Francisco with Rev. Elder Jim Mitulski presiding.

Rev. Daniel is currently a Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Candidate at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO. He received his Masters in Divinity (MDiv) and Certificate in Sexuality and Religion (CSR) from Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA in 2013 and his Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ in 2009 with a focus on Religious and Queer Studies preceded by an Associated of Arts in Anthropology from Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ in 2007.

Rev. Daniel is also a Reiki Practitioner, through the tutelage of Dr. Kirk Prine, CMT, Reiki Master, San Francisco, CA and a Shamanic Energy Medicine Practitioner in the Peruvian tradition of the Q’ero, through the tutelage of Drake Bear Stephen, Clayton, CA.

Rev. Daniel was previously a hospice chaplain from 2015 until February 2024, most recently working for Hospice East Bay in Emeryville, CA. Also, during this time until October 2021, Daniel was an Assistant Night Minister with the San Francisco Night Ministry where he provided ministry to the unhoused through a pastoral presence on the streets, as well as the LGBTQ+ community through Sacred Cocktails, Sacred Cup, resource fairs, and community outreach.

Mark Etheredge, Music Director

Mark EtheredgeMark Etheredge studied music at San Jose State University and De Anza College. Growing up with his father, a Methodist minister, and his mother, a pianist and choir director, he started in with church music at an early age.

Mark brings a spectrum of musical genre influences to worship. He been involved with MCC San Francisco’s music programs in different capacities since 1995.