Pastor & Staff
Rev. Chris Davis
Rev. Chris Davis received a Masters of Divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary in 2001, served as chaplain at Seton Medical Center in San Francisco, as Pastor at Oak Hill Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, and as head of staff pastor at North Shore Presbyterian Church near Milwaukee before moving to Colorado.
Carolyn joined the staff at Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies in 1998 and now manages the financial affairs of the church. She and her husband Tim enjoy spending time with family as much as possible. Carolyn also enjoys golfing, baking, crafts, antique shopping, P.E.O., and being “Grandma”!
Meredith grew up in Honolulu, then lived in various communities throughout the United States. She and her daughter came to Estes Park in 2019. She served in the RMNP Wilderness Office and became our office administrator in October 2022. She is an ardent backpacker and camper and leads the Estes Park Brownie/Junior Girl Scout Troop.
Rich has been involved in church music all his life. He has a lot of experience and success in directing choirs at the junior high, senior high and university levels before moving to Estes Park. While here in Estes, he has directed the Mountain Men and the Chorale and is co-founder and Artistic Director of the Estes Valley Chamber Singers.
Bell Choir Director
Patti began learning to ring handbells at PCCR upon moving to Estes Park from Oklahoma in 1995. She also rang with the Bells of the Rockies, an auditioned community handbell group for three years. She began directing here at PCCR in 1998.
Larry has been on staff since September 2000. A Kansas native, Larry began piano lessons at age 6 and went on to earn his B.Mus.Ed in Music Education and Performance from Ottawa University with a double performance major in Piano and Organ. He then received his M.Mus. in Organ from Pittsburg State University. Larry taught for 37 years in public schools as music and choral director, and was Pianist and Conductor of the “Country Dinner Playhouse” theatre. He has been contributing his talents during worship services for 72 years, including as organist and music director for several churches in Kansas and Colorado. He has been a member of the American Guild of Organists for six decades, and his original membership was sponsored by the late Dr. Frank Asper, Senior Organist of the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City.