Rev. Amy Morgan
Rev. Amy Morgan, MDiv., is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in Drama from New York University. She co-authored “The Girlfriends’ Clergy Companion,” about young women learning to survive and thrive in ministry, and contributed to the second edition of “Friendship and Faith,” a collection of women’s stories about crossing religious and cultural divides to form friendships. She currently serves as Vice-President of the board of Yucatan Peninsula Missions and on the Committee on Preparation for Ministry for the Presbytery of Plains and Peaks. She is a past board member of WISDOM (Women’s Interfaith Solutions for Dialogue and Outreach in Metro Detroit) and has a strong commitment to interfaith dialogue. Amy and her husband, Jason, have a son, Dean. They love hiking in the mountains and biking around town.
In addition to being an incredible church musician, Angela is a musical director who specializes in working with vocalists in musical theater settings. She has 2 bachelor degrees, piano performance and piano accompanying, and a masters degree in collaborative piano. Voice studies was her secondary emphasis. She is great with choirs as well as individuals. She can orchestrate parts for different pit sizes. Playing piano in different styles (rock, country, pop, etc.) is also one of her strengths. Producing a synergy that enlivens worship and brings people together is her greatest gift.
Holly first ventured from North Carolina to Colorado in 2005 for a youth ministry internship in Fort Collins. There, she affirmed her love of youth and their families and met her now-husband Craig. After returning to NC to attend seminary, Holly and Craig were married and began their new life in Loveland. Three years ago, the Cables became Larimer County foster parents in hopes of welcoming many kids of all ages into their homes for safety and healing. God’s plan was a bit different because, after only their second placement, Holly and Craig began the 3-year process of adopting Frankie and Yesca. Along with youth and their families, Holly loves: yellow, autumn, musicals/movies, baking, and exploring the outdoors with the family. As for the family, our favorite hangout is Doug’s Day Diner, our favorite activity is hiking, and we look forward to getting to know you and serving together.
Pam has faithfully served at First United Presbyterian for many years, greeting visitors and answering phones, preparing bulletins and newsletters, and generally keeping things running smoothly. She is a member of First United Methodist Church in Loveland and is a proud and happy grandma.