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Dan Morrison | 215-947-5500 | pastor@HVPC.org
Dan has been the pastor of Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church since 2005. He has an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary is currently working on his DMin from Reformed Theological Seminary. Dan is an avid reader and can often be found at various local used bookstores. He is married to Eva and they have three children: Rosie, Calvin, and Mia. He also collects paintings from Greenland.
Stephen Clark | 215-947-5500 | office@HVPC.org
Stephen R. Clark (aka Stephen), along with his adorable wife BethAnn, joined Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church in March 2016. In his role as Executive Administrator, Stephen manages a variety of clerical tasks, provides organization-wide administrative guidance, and supports the Pastor and Staff. He brings a broad base of experience spanning several years of working in corporate, higher education, publishing, and ministry environments. Stephen also serves as Director of Communications (see more below).
Rebekah Bramer | email@example.com
Rebekah has worked for the federal government for 15 years as an archivist, most of that time with the Thomas Edison National Historical Park. She and her husband Dan, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Holy Family University, recently became members at HVPC.
|Contemporary Worship Music Coordinator
Christine Buoni | 267-574-6538 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Buoni provides direction and leadership to the Contemporary Service Praise Band.
|Head of School
Susan Caler | 215-947-4581 | calers@VCSKids.com
Susan leads Valley Christian School, a key mission of Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church. The school and its staff serve more than 100 students representing families in Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery Counties. Susan, who is passionate about education, has degrees from Geneva College and Arcadia University. Click here to visit the Valley Christian School website.
|Director of Traditional Music / Children’s Minister
|Minister of Celebrations
Charlene Crawford | 267-279-9858 | GodlyDiva@aol.com
Charlene greets all with a smile and a hug every Sunday morning. She also assists with special services such as baptisms, welcoming new members, and baby dedications. She likes to gather the ladies of Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church together for teas, fellowship, and other great events. She and her husband, Byron, have three children. Charlene is the author of I Love Me, Lucky the Lady Bug, and other children’s stories. She is a hugger.
|Bulding & Grounds / Custodian (Sexton)
Jon Haines | 267-229-7160 | email@example.com
A (more serious) photo and an actual bio are coming soon. But, for the time being, trust us when we say he's a great guy doing a great job.
Greg Koehrsen | 215-767-2164 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg currently serves as one of HVPC's youth leaders for the Sunday school class and the Youth Group. He has also served as an elder, small group leader, band member, and on various committees. Greg is married to Hannah. Greg enjoys reading, running, and spending time with his family.
Elizabeth (aka Liz) has served as Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church since 2000. She is responsible for handling banking, paying the bills, and doing payroll for Huntingdon Valley Presbyterian Church and Valley Christian School. She and her husband, Dennis, have a son, Allan, who is a Valley Christian School graduate. She hails from Kansas and usually has her Christmas shopping done in July.
|Director of Communications
Stephen R. Clark | 216-333-3172 | communications@HVPC.org
In this role at HVPC Stephen seeks to glorify God, facilitate better communication within the HVPC body, and help HVPC be attractive to those seeking a church family. Stephen has many years of experience in corporate communications, and writing and editing experience in both book and magazine publishing. His personal website is StephenRClark.com. Any Starbucks is a favorite hangout, as well as any place selling books as Clark claims, “I always need at least one more book.”