Reverend Pam Everhart
Rev. Pam Everhart is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, and has been under appointment in the Rocky Mountain Conference since 2006. She is a graduate of the Iliff School of Theology (M. Div.) and East Tennessee State University (B.A., M.A.T.). Pam has also worked as a high school teacher (French, English & Journalism), in private preschools (teaching and administration), and as a youth director for a mid-sized UMC.
Pam’s husband, Todd, is the pastor at the First United Methodist Church in Windsor, Colorado. Both Pam and Todd are natives of East Tennessee and met in high school. They have one son, Jake, who is currently attending Marymount Manhattan College.
Pam is interested in how we experience resurrection and salvation in our everyday lives, focusing on the many ways a loss turns into an amazing creation. Many of her sermons tend to take a justice and peace theme as she encourages the congregation to live as God’s builders of the beloved community. Check out Pam’s blog Give me a (left) hand to learn more!
Liz Olson is a first year Master’s Candidate in Choral Conducting at the University of Colorado Boulder, and is absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the choir of Niwot United Methodist Church! She is originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and recently graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Theory from the University of South Carolina. While in South Carolina, she was an active member of Main Street United Methodist Church’s choir, and was the paid Choral Scholar in the Soprano Section. At the University of Colorado Boulder, Liz works with the seventy-person choir titled Collegiate Chorale, and also sings with Women’s Chorus and University Choir under the direction of Dr. Gregory Gentry and Dr. Andrea Ramsey. It is her hope to spread the love of God through singing, music, and fellowship throughout each weekly rehearsal with the choir.