Elders on session

A Presbyterian church is governed by Elders in a representative form of governance that stresses openness, accountability and the equal voice of every member. Elders are elected by the congregation for their spiritual maturity, ability to lead others and discern God’s direction for the congregation as a whole. The board of elders is called Session. The pastor of a Presbyterian church is considered a Teaching Elder and also serves as the moderator of Session. An elder serves a three-year term, and may be reelected for a second term, serving up to six consecutive years. (Number next to name indicates term number)

Class of 2025

Gwen Dewey 2        Missions
Renata Durst 1   Youth/Young Families
Bob Jensen 2                   Building & Grounds
Larry Keeton 2           Personnel

Class of 2026

Ben Brueseke 1       Creative Connection
Margaret Campbell 2     Deacons
Larry Eyer 1             Missions, Nominating
David Sweeney 1        Worship

Class of 2027

Helen Bachman 1      
Carol Sakavich 1    
Peter Van Sickle 1
Amanda Warfield 1

Al & Jody O’Brien, Co-clerks of Session