Church Staff

Doug Huneke

Pastor Emeritus

Office: 4153835272

Doug Huneke joined Westminster, a small congregation of dedicated Christians of the Presbyterian persuasion, in 1981. By the time of his retirement in 2011, the congregation had grown significantly to XXX.

During his tenure, Doug co-founded the Marin Interfaith Council, served as a founding trustee of the Marin Community Foundation, and acted as a chaplain to the Southern Marin Fire District, Sausalito Police, and Marin County sheriff's office for 14 years.

An accomplished author, Doug wrote "The Moses of Rovno: The Stirring Story of Fritz Graebe, A German Christian Who Risked His Life to Lead Hundreds of Jews to Safety During the Holocaust" and "The Stones Will Cry Out: Pastoral Reflections on the Shoah," both available on Amazon.

In recent years, Doug has been involved in special services and conducted a four-part Wednesday Bible Study on the parables. He regularly preaches for colleagues in solo pastorates, providing them with opportunities for vacation, family time, and study leave.

Additionally, he offers lectures, mentoring, and limited spiritual guidance and pastoral care for college students and clergy peers. He is currently working on a novel about the so-called 'hidden years' of Jesus's life.

Doug holds degrees from the San Francisco Theological Seminary and California State University Fresno.

His partner, Nancy Dagenhart, is a psychotherapist in Corte Madera, working with individuals and couples. Both Doug and Nancy graduated from the two-year Living School program at the Center for Action and Contemplation, under the guidance of Fr. Richard Rohr. They enjoy attending lectures, concerts, and training programs together, as well as embarking on restful or adventurous escapes in and out of Marin. As a grandparent, Doug finds delight in spending time with his family and enjoys hikes, walks, and cuddling with Callie the Boxer.

Office: 415-383-5272


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