Kera Magarill, Music Director
Kera is a music teacher at Metropolitan State College and with the after school music program at Denver Public Schools. She is excited to have taken on the position as of June 2017. She plays keyboard instruments, cello, and many others.
Teddie McConnell, Church Administrator
Teddie is a happily married former photographer/art teacher. She is studying to become a Commissioned Lay Pastor. In her spare time, Teddie enjoys singing, crafting, and spending time with her family.
Don Goodman, Custodian
Ray started as our Custodian in 2018, although he has worked in this capacity in the past, and he is "thrilled to be back." He enjoys fishing and grandkids. He and his wife, Karen are members of the church.
10:30 am Sunday Worship
9:30 am - 3 pm
Mon - Thurs
Krista Larson, Organist
Krista has been a church organist since the age of 15. She studied piano and organ at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, graduating with double majors in Communications and Music. Most recently, she was the organist at Ascension Lutheran in Colorado Springs. She has 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren. She is originally from Wadena, MN.
Our pastor and our other family-friendly staff love getting to know you and helping you find places to grow and serve in the church. We’ll buy the coffee.
The mission of Westminster Presbyterian Church is to "Make Disciples by Celebrating the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with Those in our Community."
We see our future as one where our focus as a truly welcoming-to-all congregation has been reclaimed. We readily welcome changes in our culture, music, technology, programming and administration, while holding fast to the bedrock of our beliefs as a Presbyterian Christian community. We minister and plan programs from our identified strengths; our relationships, while strong with each other, seek to reach out to the unchurched in bold, non-fearful ways. We minister with our neighbors in Westminster. We partner with Denver Presbytery to minister with our regional and global neighbors. We dream big and take small steps, but we never stop moving. We never stop asking the question “Where is God leading us?” As revealed by one of our favorite hymns in the “favorite hymn” project, “Here I Am, Lord,” we stand in readiness to walk with God as we are led into our future. It is a journey never meant to be finished. - from our Long-Range Task Force report.
Rev. David Wright, Pastor
David is a career Solo Pastor, a PK, a parent of toddlers, and an east coaster at heart who still gets hopelessly lost on Colorado's non-contiguous streets. His ministry passions include teaching, youth ministry, accessibility, and collaborative mission.