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Paul Dean - Pastor (Email)

Pastor Paul

My life’s journey has taken me from my birth state of Iowa to Texas where I spent my elementary through college years and back further north to Minnesota in 1993 where I responded to God’s call by serving as a Youth Minster at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Faribault MN. In 1996 I began serving Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Burnsville MN and for over 20 years served in various ministry capacities, eventually as an ordained pastor. Over those 20 years my wife Heather and I met, married and had two children, Jonah (14) and Hallie (12). I was called to Resurrection in January 2017 and my family and I are thrilled for this new part of our journey. I love God and I love people and I find great joy in helping to weave us all together. If you were stuck in a conversation with me you’d find me passionate about God’s love expressed in the world, in my marriage and in my calling as dad. I am also passionate about cooking, smoking meat (reference central Texas for more information), soccer, technology, science and good conversation. 

Sarah Storvick - Minister of Congregational Life (Email)

Sarah Storvick for webOur family joined Resurrection in 1996, shortly after moving to Woodbury. An English teacher prior to the move, I joined the Resurrection staff as the Director of Children's Ministries in 1998.  My husband Jon and I have three young adult children--Peter lives and works in the metro area, Erika is serving with Young Adults in Global Mission, and Jeremy is at St. Olaf College.  The energy and warmth of this faith community continue to inspire me and I love the endless flow of ideas that swirl through our church family.  Jon plays guitar with the worship team, while I enjoy women's ministry opportunities.  As a child, I wanted to read every book in our smalltown library--now I have a small library at home with more books than I can read. 

Shelly Domke - Worship Leader (Email)

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Hannah Koehler - Youth Director (Email)

Hannah Kohler for webI joined Resurrection Lutheran Church as the 6-12th grade Youth Director in September of 2011.  I am a 2011 graduate from Bethel University and earned a degree in Youth Ministry with a double minor in Biblical and Theological Studies and Reconciliation Studies. I love Resurrection's youth and famlies! I love that I have the opportunity to mentor, guide, serve, love, teach, and care for students.  I love my job!  I am a coffee drinker, passionate knitter, social justice seeker, and book reader.  I am incredibly blessed to be a part of the wonderful church family at Resurrection.


Sue Guck - Office Coordinator (Email)

Sueweb.jpgThe people at Resurrection are why I love my job.  I have been working in the church office since the building opened in 2003.  My work is fulfilling, full of variety and challenging. My husband and I have two young adult children; Kendra is a graduate student in Chicago at Rush University, studying to become a Speach Language Pathologist and Tyler is a junior at Iowa State University in Materials Engineering. We are active members and volunteers at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Woodbury.  In my spare time I enjoy reading, gardening, and spending time with family and friends. I've recently discovered a new interest in cooking and running. 

Jen Krumrie - Business Coordinator (Email)

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 Larry Fredin - Custodian

larry1I was born and raised on the family farm in Woodbury, which my wife Micki and I eventually took over.  We joined Resurrection shortly after the doors opened in 2003 and have had the benefit of our two daughters, Rebecca and Christine, being invovled in multiple youth ministry activities and gowing in their faith as a result. Our family continues to farm and in 2011 I took on the role of part-time custodian at Resurrection.  Micki founded the Resurrection Puppet Ministry and continues to teach and guide the puppeteers, and sew most of the puppets! I am the guy from the other side of the block who never grew up. So I'm still playing with my toys, just bigger ones now, in the dirt and snow at church, trying to be a good steward of God's blessings.