Rev. Jane Jeuland

Priest

Born and raised in New York City, Jane was called to ministry in the pews of Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Boston. Raised Presbyterian and then congregational, she went searching for a church home in Boston. As she visited the Episcopal Church, she had a profound sense that the Episcopal Church would be the home of her work. Then as she knelt in prayer, she saw an image of a hospital.  After this experience, she switched her major to religion and later enrolled at Yale Divinity School, where she began her intensive training as a chaplain and served at a small, inner-city Episcopal Church. She felt most fully herself while serving as a chaplain and ministering at a church. She loves helping people reconnect with their faith in our Creator God, the one who brought everything into being. She hopes to draw people nearer Jesus, who sees how horrible we are sometimes and loves us beyond our imaginations. She gets excited to show people the movement of the Holy Spirit in their lives and in the world.

 

  • Showing people the movement of the Holy Spirit in their lives and in the world.

    Rev. Jane and her husband, The Rev. Eric Jeuland, met at Divinity school where they later married. Her husband also serves as a chaplain and now teaches chaplain students. Together they have two boys, Elias and Jonah. Elias loves nature and volunteering at their local food pantry and Jonah always seems to be dancing or hugging someone.  Neither of them ever stop moving.

  • Finding the joy and love of God in the mix of everyday life.

    Her work at the hospital and as mom has taught Jane to savor the small moments in life. She helps us center ourselves in quiet moments with God and find the joy and love of God in the mix of everyday life.