WHO WE ARE
We strive to welcome all people, share God's love with open minds and compassionate hearts, and serve humanity in downtown Loveland and beyond.
Artists. Teachers. Accountants.
People with day jobs.
Our secret identities?
Mystics. Healers. Sages.
We are citizens of the commonwealth of heaven.
We are pilgrims. We are family.
And we welcome you to join us.
OPEN DOORS GO BOTH WAYS
We'd love for you to walk through the doors of our church. But we're happy to come out and meet you where you're at.
Meet The Team
Reverend 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.
Testimonials from church members
"I think Amy does a great job of relating to all ages and personalities. She structured the confirmation class so that there is a great variety of activities, so the time moves quickly and everyone has an activity that they enjoy." -Sherry Coffey
"Amy was available to give me transportation on two different occasions when I had accidents. She came immediately and was very caring and sympathetic."
Meet the Leadership
Elders are elected to serve a three-year term and they comprise the church board known in Presbyterian parlance as Session. They nurture our congregation to help keep its life vibrant and dynamic part of our whole community. They also lead teams of volunteers for the following areas: Building & Grounds, Christian Education, Communication, Fellowship, Finance and Stewardship, Mission & Social Justice, Personnel, and Worship. Contact Session
Our Deacons are living out a core belief that living in Christ-centered community means loving in a Christ-centered way through compassionate outreach and ministering to the people of our congregation. The six Deacons are elected for two-year terms. The Deacons coordinate caring for the needs of our community, maintain the prayer chain, send cards, visit members who are hospitalized or homebound and assist the pastor with communion, welcome visitors and new members. Contact Diaconate