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Rev. Dr. Jimmy Shelbourn

Rev. Dr. Jimmy Shelbourn

31 Oct 17
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Bachelor of Arts degree from Hastings College, Hastings NE
Master of Divinity Degree, Louisville Seminary, Louisville KY
Doctor of Ministry, Louisville Seminary, Louisville KY
Pastor at First Presbyterian Church, Beatrice NE for 31 years
Rev. Dr. Shelbourn ministers to our 75 and older members

HIPPLE, Barbara; Director of Children's Ministries

Barbara Hipple

31 Oct 17
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Barbara Hipple is known around the Presbyterian churches in Lincoln and in Homestead Presbytery as she served on the Presbytery staff for many years. She loves children and the Presbyterian Church. She was Mission and Outreach Coordinator for Homestead, where she developed and coordinated many programs. She has taught all levels of Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, and been advisor to church youth and young adults groups. The arts are one of her passions, which is a big plus when working with children. She taught multiple times at Synod School. She was a board member of Presbyterians for Earth Care and involved in environmental stewardship. And early in her career, she worked at the American College in Paris and the American Protestant Church in The Hague, in the Netherlands.

Rev. Dr. Andrew McDonald Senior Pastor

Rev. Dr. Andrew McDonald

31 Oct 17
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Dr. McDonald’s major areas of focus are preaching, teaching, visioning, congregational care and leadership development.
The Senior Pastor oversees the 30 staff members in the church and preschool. His educational highlights include:

  • Yale University – Master of Divinity
  • McCormick Theological Seminary – Doctor of Ministry
  • University of Illinois – Bachelor of Social Work.
  • Vanderbilt University – Master of Arts in Ethics

Dr. McDonald was first invited to Westminster as Senior Pastor in 1999. His passions include connecting faith with ethics. He has been asked to speak at community, state and national events, including such topics as Rethinking Character, Integrity, Ethics for Leaders, the Dynamics of Love, Vision for Christian Education and An Introduction to Ethics. He recently delivered the keynote address at the Nebraska Martin Luther King Day Celebration. He chairs the statewide Church Growth Leadership Project and serves on the Board of the Omaha Presbyterian Seminary Foundation. He is active in Lincoln’s Downtown Rotary #14. In his leisure time, you are likely to see him on the cycling trails around Lincoln.

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