Rev. Glover B. Wagner grew up in New York City and spent his summers on his grandmother's farm in West Virginia. Glover is a graduate of Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. He has a bachelors in English Literature from Lawrence University in Appleton, WI and Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York, NY. He has served UCC churches in Absorokee, MT and Westmoreland, NH and a Disciples of Christ Church in Billings, MT. Reverend Wagner has served Pilgrim Congregational in Bozeman since 1979. Glover has worked on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, served on the board of the Intermountain Children's Home in Helena, chaired the Church and Ministry Commission for the Montana - Northern Wyoming Conference of the United Church of Christ, served on the Campus Ministry Board for the Christus Collegium in Bozeman, chaired Interfaith Housing (built a 22 unit low-income housing project), is a member of the Bozeman Downtown Ministerial Association, and served twice as a delegate to National Synod for the United Church of Christ. Glover and his wife, Mary, have two grown sons, Casey and Dylan. Glover enjoys his family, golf, ballroom dancing, and playing the cello. Glover can be reached at 587-3690.
Mary Vizzini Wagner has served as Pilgrim's secretary for many years. She studied Psychology at the College of Saint Elizabeth in New Jersey and Biology at Montana State University. Mary has assisted her husband, Rev. Wagner, with the Youth Group and has been a mentor for several Pilgrim youth over the years. She founded and chaired "Interfaith Recycling" and served on an Ad Hoc Committee for curbside recycling for the City of Bozeman. Mary has volunteered in the public schools, been a Den Mother for the Cub Scouts and is an active member of Women of Pilgrim. Mary and Glover have two grown sons, Casey & Dylan. She enjoys dancing, yoga, reading, alternative medicine, sunshine, flower gardening, sewing and people! Mary can be reached at 587-3690.
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DIRECTOR
Rev Danielle Rogers is a graduate of Bozeman High School, American University in Washington, DC and Pacific School of Religion, a UCC Seminary. She studied Broadcast Journalism and Religious Studies as an undergraduate. After receiving her Masters of Theology, Danielle was ordained in the African Methodist Episcopalian Denomination. She has served as a volunteer Chaplain at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital and worked as an Assistant Activities Director for a nursing care facility.
CHILD CARE SUPERVISER
Seranna Nesmith, is our Nursery Care Supervisor. She is a compassionate caregiver who realizes the importance of positive interaction when caring for children. Through the use of music and storytelling, Seranna creates a calm learning environment focused on fostering a positive church experience. Seranna had many years of managerial experience in corporate America before moving to Bozeman in 2004. She began working in childcare five years ago and is also the Day Care Coordinator for Jazzercise in Bozeman. When not working Seranna and her daughter, enjoy camping, biking and hiking.
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