Rev. John Krueger, Bridge Minister
John Krueger, an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, graduated from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in 1963. He served three churches in Minnesota and northern Indiana before becoming the Conference Minister of the Kansas-Oklahoma Conference. Since retiring in 2003 and moving to Greenfield, In, he has continued to serve in the three Interim Minister settings and two bridge ministries. He and his wife Pat, have three children, ten grandchildren, and one great grandchild.
Lisa Stanger, Office Manager
Lisa Stanger has been with us since August of 2005. Lisa comes from a background of office administration and health care. Lisa is a native of Bloomington. She graduated from Bloomington High School North and attended Indiana University. Lisa has two sons, Sean and Jason. Lisa enjoys reading, bowling, dancing, and traveling.
Derek Roe, Child/Youth Education Coordinator
Derek Roe, M.Div. is our Children’s and Youth Education Coordinator. Previously, he served as one of our Children’s Learning Time teachers for a year before taking on this new role in March 2016. A Kentucky native, Derek did his undergraduate work in psychology before entering ministry, and is currently working toward ordination in the United Church of Christ. Derek is certified in Infant/Child/Adult CPR and First Aid. He lives in Camby with his spouse, Jeannine.
Samuel Grace, Music Director
Samuel Grace is an Associate Instructor and DM student in Choral
Conducting at IU. He lived most recently in Minneapolis where he conducts a
semi-professional ensemble, MPLS (imPulse). Past sacred music positions include
Director of Worship and Music at St. John’s Lutheran Church (Minneapolis) and
Calvin Presbyterian Church (Long Lake, MN).
Samuel believes strongly in the inclusive community inspired by
sacred music and warmly welcomes new and old musicians of all abilities an
opportunity to be involved!
Samuel lives in Bloomington with his wife (Megan) and dog (CJ).
In his free time, he enjoys riding his bike, visiting friends, and playing
trivia games. Samuel holds degrees from Gustavus Adolphus College and The
University of Minnesota.
Hansol Kim, Organist
Hansol Kim, a native of Busan, South Korea, received her Performer Diploma in Organ at Indiana University (2018), where she studied organ performance with Dr. Janette Fishell. She is currently working at Indiana University Children Choir as a pianist. Ms. Kim is a laureate of several performance competitions. Most recently, she was awarded co-second prize at the Sursa American Organ Competition in 2017. She also won first place at the Fox Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists Scholarship Competition in 2016. In addition to appearances as a church musician, she is first and foremost a Christian. Her mission is to bring God’s love to people through her music. She is trying to live as a Christian with spirituality, intellect and sensitivity in Jesus Christ.