REV. MARY ANDERSON, was called to serve our church in September 2011. She was ordained minister of the Word and Sacrament after completing her training at Fuller Theological Seminary. She and her husband Garrett, also an ordained minister, took their first call as co-pastors in Perry, NY serving in that capacity six years. Rev. Anderson's ministry background began serving as a campus minister with a trans-denominational campus ministry. While serving as a campus minister she met her husband and they both felt a call to local church ministry. They have a son, Samuel, and reside in Liverpool, NY
SANDI KREPLIN, CLERK OF SESSION,has been an active member of our church for 47 years having relocated from East Syracuse. With an AAS degree from Cayuga Community College and 30 years as Clerk-Treasurer for the Village of Weedsport, Sandi is well positioned to being our Clerk for the past seven years. As an active Elder, assistant treasurer, office support and Jill of all trades, Sandi 'makes it happen'. In addition to our local church needs, she is an active member of the Presbytery Leadership Team, the Property and Finance Work Group, volunteers as a SCAT van driver as well as serving on their Board of Directors. If these activities do not keep her busy, she is a wonderful grandmother and just recently was presented with twin boys as her first great
MARIAN WEEKS, OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR, has been an active member of our church her entire life singing in the choir, being an ordained Elder and taking responsibility in any capacity needed. She has been our office administrator for over seven years. Additionally, Marian is very active in the Brutus-Cato Star Chapter #86, Order of Eastern Star
BILL SMITH, CHOIR DIRECTOR, has participated in our church over many years at various times. Having joined our church as a teenager, he sang in the choir at that time, took leadership roles in the youth group and he and his wife, Jean, married here subsequently moving out of the area. While absent from our church, he directed a church choir in Conklin, New York as well as directing community choruses in Binghamton and Greene, New York. Moving back to central New York several years ago, he sang and directed at the Liverpool Presbyterian Church subsequently returning to our church where he has directed for the past seven years. Additionally he serves as an active Elder and serves on the Presbytery Property and Finance Work Group. Singing and directing is an avocation as opposed to a profession.