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About Sue Westfall*
The Reverend Dr. Sue Westfall is a seasoned Presbyterian church professional. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div) and San Francisco Theological Seminary (D.Min), she has served congregations as assistant pastor, associate pastor, and co-pastor/head of staff. She brings a deep love of pastoral ministry to her work with mid councils: training and supporting leaders -both clergy and lay - assisting boards in creative visioning, strategic planning, conflict resolution, and community engagement.
Sue’s calling has taken her to diverse settings: from pastorates in Buffalo, Denver, and Tucson to mid-council work to the urban/rural setting of The Presbytery of Greater Atlanta and the desert Southwest in de Cristo Presbytery with its significant indigenous population, to the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley (where she will continue to serve) in the heart of Alabama. In that capacity, among other anti-racism work, she leads racial justice delegations of pilgrims from all over the nation. She has served as a Program Director for the Ministry Collaborative (formerly Macedonian Ministry), forming and shepherding ecumenical cohorts of pastors learning from and supporting one another for the challenging work of adaptive leadership in the changing landscape of the church. Her own spiritual life is nourished by music, hiking in the great outdoors, contemplative practice, and searching conversations with people of all ages and walks of life.
Sue is a mentor, community organizer, certified emotional intelligence (EQ) interpreter, spiritual director, and committed follower of Jesus.