Meet the Staff
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.
Sherry moved to Loveland in September 2015. She visited 1st on 4th and felt that it was the place God wanted her to be. Before retiring, she taught science and math to middle school students. Sherry has always enjoyed this age group, so when the opportunity arose to teach Sunday School she was thrilled. While on Session, Faith Formation seemed the natural place for Sherry to focus and that step led to her helping with the youth group.
Sherry has a daughter, Samantha, who lives in Fort Collins with her husband, Joe, and daughter, Leeah, who is 6 now. Her son, Shane, and his wife, Donna, live in Dacono. Sherry also had 36 wonderful years with her husband, Sam, who joined the heavenly choir in 2009.
Director of Music
Angela Steiner is a music director, pianist, organist, voice coach, copyist, orchestrator and arranger based in Northern Colorado. Originally from Wichita, Kansas, she began playing for church services at the age of 8 and has played for all sorts of denominations and religions: Catholic, Baptist, 1st Church of Christ Scientist, Jewish, Methodist and Presbyterian.
When she isn’t attending to her duties as a church musician, she is usually working on large scale musicals. Previously she has music directed/conducted for Asolo Repertory Theater, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Little Theater of the Rockies, The University of Northern Colorado, Rocky Mountain Theater for Kids, Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, Midtown Arts Center, Magic Moments and numerous other local Colorado and Kansas theaters. Favorite shows she's worked on include: The Who's TOMMY, SWEENEY TODD, INDECENT and ROCK OF AGES. She was also on staff for many years with the musical theater department at the University of Northern Colorado where she taught multiple classes as well as voice and piano and music directed all the theatrical productions.
Angela holds a bachelors degree in piano from Wichita State University and a masters in collaborative piano from the University of Northern Colorado.