Ed Baseman has been the pastor at Resurrection Lutheran Church since August of 2013. He joined us after he graduated from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago in May of 2013. Before he was pastor at our church, Ed was Coordinator of Music Ministry at Prince of Peace Lutheran in Appleton, WI. He also taught music and worked at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Emily has been a wonderful addition added to our staff in May of 2019 as our secretary. She was born and raised in Green Bay, WI by her mother, Lisa. She enjoys her time her at Resurrection Lutheran and states that they have welcomed her here with open arms. Her goal in life is to make a difference in people's lives. Before her employment her at Resurrection, she worked at the N.E.W. Community Shelter as a meal supervisor. Also, she volunteers a lot of her time at our food pantry.
Joan Stone is our organist her at Resurrection. She enjoys sharing music-making with the our congregation. She is energetic, fun, and is a well-loved member of the staff at church. She has been playing keyboards at Resurrection since 1958 - she must have started as a small child. Joan has played at dance studios, supper clubs, lounges, and even a business meeting in the Lambeau Field Atrium. Her 2012 CD recording, A Stone's Throw from Heaven, has many of her favorite hymns played in her unmistakable style. The CD is available at the church.
Beth is our Senior Choir Director and has been directing choir since 2005. She has a Bachelor's of Music from Viterbo University and she teaches music full time for K-8 grade students. What she loves about Resurrection, is that people. They are warm, welcoming, and so much fun to be with. They make church feel like home. The Senior Choir at Resurrection is dedicated and loves to be challenged. Beth feels the choir is a joy to lead each Sunday!
Helen started working in the nursery of Resurrection in February of 2004. She enjoys working with the children and has an Early Childhood Education Degree from UWGB and has worked at Encompass and Children's World. She is also an Allied Health professional. Helen really enjoys watching the milestones with the individual children starting as an infant until their last time in the nursery. (Loose teeth and all!)
We will worship in our sanctuary this Sunday, May 30 Holy Trinity Sunday) at 9:30 am. This service will also be live streamed to our Facebook page. MASKS WILL STILL BE REQUIRED FOR NON-VACCINATED attendees. MASKS will be welcome BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR VACCINATED attendees.