Pastor Lynn starts her part-time ministry with St. Paul Presbyterian Church on March 1st, with her first Sunday on March 3rd.
Here is a brief introduction to Pastor Lynn’s life from present to past:
"I served as Pastor/Head of Staff at First Presbyterian Church in Brighton for 12 years and retired in 2010. Prior to that I served two interim ministries in the Denver Presbytery – Genesis Presbyterian in Littleton, 1996-98 and New Hope in Castle Rock, 1994-96.
I was ordained in 1989 and served as the Associate Pastor of Community Presbyterian Church in Monument, CO for three years (Pueblo Presbytery). I graduated from Iliff School of Theology in 1988, followed by two years of doctoral work at McCormick Seminary in Chicago. Before entering seminary I was a Registered Nurse, working at Swedish Hospital in Englewood, University Hospital in Denver, and Lutheran Hospital in St.Louis.
Currently I serve on the Committee on Ministry of the Denver Presbytery. I have also served on the Education, Finance, and Preparation for Ministry Committees. In 1997 I was the vice-moderator of the Denver Presbytery and a member of Council.
My husband Jerry and I have enjoyed the blessings of marriage for 47 years. We have three sons – Mike who is a high school teacher in Douglas County, Darren who is a judge in Arapahoe County, and Phil who jets around the world for Educational Measures – and three wonderful daughters by marriage. Together they have given us seven grandchildren who are the very essence of life!
I was born and raised in Fremont, NE along with one sister by a widowed mother. I went to school and lived in St. Louis for 6 years, then moved to Denver on a whim with no job and knowing no one! I follow politics with a passion, read all the time, and will eat anything dipped in chocolate.
I am looking forward to our time together as you prepare for new leadership. "