Associate Pastor, Acting Head of Staff
A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Kristin graduated from Dickinson College (B.A., English, 1996) and
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.Div., 2004). Before moving south, Kristin served as Director
of Christian Education at Lebanon Presbyterian Church in West Mifflin, PA; Director of Children's
Ministries at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA; and Pastor of Olivet
Presbyterian Church in West Elizabeth, PA. She enjoys hiking, riding rollercoasters, eating
chocolate, and cheering the Pittsburgh Steelers. She is married to Michael Widrich.
Director of Christian Education
John Siebert, or "Mr. John", is the Director of Christian Education and leader of the Junior
and Senior High Youth Groups. John has been leading youth toward Jesus Christ for over twenty years, serving as
Bible teacher at a Christian school, Youth Minister, and Evangelist. He earned his B.A. in Education and an M.A.
in Christian Counseling. John and his wife, Marcia, have two sons, aged 17 and 19.
Director of Music
Tony has been the Director of Music at our church for 17 years. A native of Donalds SC, he
graduated from Erskine College in 1977 (A.B., Music) with a concentration in piano and voice. He
earned a Master of Music Education from Winthrop University in 1981. He did extensive post-graduate
study at the University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati Conservatory). Tony taught music at all levels in
the public schools for 20 years. Tony serves as Musical Director at the Abbeville Opera House and
enjoys performance and directing. He has two grown children, a son and a daughter.
Born in South Carolina and reared in Ohio, Sally returned “home” to live with her grandparents in
Columbia where she began work at The State newspaper. After working as Secretary to the Human Resource
Director at University Hospital in Augusta, she began a 20 year career at Mead Westvaco. She worked
there as secretary to the HR Manager, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President and Environmental
Education/Public Relations Coordinator. She came to us in 2003. Sally and her husband, Dale, have
three children and three grandchildren, two of whom are twins. Sally is an active member of the New
Hope United Methodist Church and enjoys singing, gardening, antiques, and spending time at the lake.