Our Staff

Rev. Lynn Horan, Pastor

Pastor Lynn Horan has returned home to the Albany Presbytery, having begun her ministry in the Presbyterian Church (USA) in Wilmington, DE as Solo Pastor and Head of Staff of Concord Presbyterian Church.  Lynn and her family are happy to return to their upstate NY roots as they raise their two daughters.

Lynn is a graduate of Louisville Seminary (2014), where she received a Master of Divinity with an emphasis on family therapy and creative worship leadership.  Lynn is also a graduate of the University of Michigan (2005), where she studied political science and women’s studies.  She served as a PC(USA) Young Adult Volunteer in central Peru (2008-2009), and has been active in ministries serving the homeless, women and children, and interfaith dialogue.  Prior to entering the ministry, Lynn served as a health policy analyst at the New York State Senate, where she advocated for community health organizations and expansion of health care access.

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Cell: 518-847-9115  Email: Lynnmhoran@gmail.com

Lynn holds regular office hours M,T,W 9am-1pm and is available at anytime for pastoral care emergencies

Pianist and Choir Director

Luke Olivieri has directed music at St. Peter’s Presbyterian Church in Spencertown, NY, leading the choir, accompanying with piano, organ and guitar, arranging and composing, and continually developing the music library, since 2003. He was proud to be a part of the 250th anniversary celebration of the church.

In December of 2013 he began The Foundation for One Home which seeks to motivate people to take action in protecting the environment for all species by redirecting fossil-fuel corporations into clean, renewable energies. The first community event and concert for this purpose, titled
Songs of Unity, was held at St. Peter’s and focused on the challenges to communication we all face – a necessary prerequisite to take on the issues of our day.

He also teaches classical and jazz piano and folk guitar privately. Mr. Olivieri’s film scores have premiered at the Sundance Festival, and at festivals in Chicago, Los Angeles and Karlhsrue, Germany.