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.
Angela is a long time friend of First United Presbyterian Church. After years as their music director, she pivoted during COVID times to become their communications and technology assistant. After years of working closely with different members of the church, the transition was easy and seamless.
Angela holds a bachelor's in music performance and a masters in collaborative piano.
She is also a full time musical theater music director for different theaters across the United States.
You can send any and all of your church related technology questions to her, or if you have something that needs to be added to the church's weekly newsletter or calendar.
Director of Music
Samuel Gray moved to Colorado in the summer of 2021 from Northern Minnesota where he was the Middle School Choir Teacher at Duluth Edison Charter Schools. He directed the NorthStar Singers and taught Music Appreciation, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Choirs where he was awarded with the Golden Feather Award in May of 2021.
In 2015, he completed his Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, where he studied Voice with Dr. Vicki Fingalson and Organ with Dr. Norma Stevlingson. While attending, he served as a student conductor, section leader, and as President of the UW-Superior ACDA chapter. From the age of fifteen, Samuel has been involved and played for services at various congregations in the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin. He was also an active recitalist with the Arrowhead AGO chapter.
For the past five years, Samuel has been an active member of the Twin Ports Choral Project, recently performing as a soloist in the fall performance of Considering Matthew Shepard. Samuel also founded the Superior Lutheran Choir.
Currently, Samuel is pursuing a Master’s of Music Education Degree from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, focusing on research into the inclusion of students with special needs in secondary music ensembles.
He studies with Dr. Erik Johnson and takes Organ Lessons with Dr. Joel Bacon.