Rev. Dr. Colie Bettivia
Rev. Dr. Colie Bettivia been serving at Grace Congregational Church in 2013. She grew up in Glen Ellyn, a suburb of Chicago. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Illinois and a Master of Divinity from Lancaster Theological Seminary, and in May of 2020, graduated with a Doctor of Ministry degree from Lancaster Theological Seminary. Her dissertation research was on Millennials in church and is titled: "Hello, We're Here! Active Participation in Traditional Church Congregations by Those in the Millennial Generation." She lives in Two Rivers with her husband, Tobin, and their young son, Lincoln.
Andrea has been serving as music director of Grace Congregational United Church of Christ since 2012. She grew up in Cameron, WI, on a dairy farm. Andrea received her Bachelor’s in Music Education from UW, River Falls and her Master’s in Professional Development from UW, LaCrosse. She lives in Two Rivers with her husband, two daughters, and two cats.
Beverly Barnes Mark has been serving as an organist and church musician since a young age starting at her family’s church in Philadelphia. She is an independent music teacher,
organist and active accompanist. Beverly attended Philadelphia College of Performing Arts and received her Pedagogy Certification from Silver Lake College. She is an active member of Music Teachers National Association, Wisconsin Music Teachers Association, Michibago Music Teachers Association and American Guild of Organists. When she is not behind a keyboard, Beverly enjoys being outside cycling, skiing, kayaking, hiking dogs and watching birds.
Jean has been working in the Grace office since March 2014. She works Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Jean is originally from Reedsville. She attends St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Newtonburg with her husband Jon. In November 2021, they will celebrate their 47th anniversary. They have five adult children, four boys and one girl, and seven grandchildren. Jean has many responsibilities but the ones church members may be most familiar with are the weekly bulletin and slides for the screen in church, along with sending out the weekly newsletter. Digital Scrapbooking is Jean’s hobby.
It has been so special when church members drop in, to bring us treats and even flowers. Thank you sincerely, Jean.
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