Rev. Roger Wolsey is our Director & Pastor.  He hails from St. Paul, MN and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Macalester College (Phi Beta Kappa) and the Iliff School of Theology.

Roger is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church who has served churches in Minnesota, Iowa, and Colorado. He’s open-minded, a good listener, full of ideas, has a contagious enthusiasm and a passion for social  justice, and takes Christianity seriously.  Pastor Roger became “a Christian on purpose” during his college years and he experienced the call to ordained ministry two years after college.  He values the Wesleyan approach to the faith and seeks to help others grow and mature spiritually.  Roger plays trumpet; dabbles at the guitar; runs; snow-shoes; hikes; camps; canoes; is learning to rock-climb, does yoga (but not very well), & enjoys biking with his terrific son Andrew and mighty dog Kingdom along the Boulder Creek trail.   He has served as the director of the Wesley Foundation since June 2005.

Check out his new book, “Kissing Fish: christianity for people who don’t like christianity!”

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