Pastor Lindsay Mack came to LMC in the Fall of 2017. After graduating from St. Olaf College with a B.A. in English and Women’s Studies, she served with ELCA Global Mission in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for several years. Her service the Lutheran Church of Honduras and women’s groups led her to pursue a Master in Divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. After working with a domestic violence organization, in 2013, Lindsay accepted a call to serve as the coordinating pastor of the ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission program based out of Mexico City, MX.
Lindsay has a passion for the provocative questions about faith, meaningful worship, people who live on the margins of society, and the fact that we are all spiritual beings trying to figure out what it is that gives our lives meaning and purpose. Lindsay and her husband, Omar, live in Chicago with their twins, Aiden and Rena Isabella and their Rottweiler, Clio.
Deaconess Claire, our Director of Child and Family, encourages young people to wonder at God’s love for them through our Sunday School program as well as many special events throughout the year supporting children and their families from baptism through school age. Deaconess Claire is an avid fan of fair trade coffee, progressive bluegrass, and children’s books.
Liza directs LMC's Praise Band that provides music at our 11:00 a.m. contemporary service. She has always found it rewarding to share her musical gifts with others, and is grateful to be a source of inspiration and support to those in and outside of the LMC family. When not directing praise band, you can find Liza playing in various groups around town and teaching private and group piano lessons. Fun fact! There’s TWO OF HER!
Eron directs LMC’s three choirs as well as regularly serving as cantor at the 9:00 service and jumping in wherever additional music is needed in events and worship. Eron is a full-time music teacher with a plethora of musical theatre knowledge. When he’s not singing and directing the choirs, Eron is playing volleyball and doing his best not to hit the ball out-of-bounds.