Steve Yohn | Senior Pastor
Steve Yohn is our senior pastor. Although he spent most of his childhood in California, he and his wife, Nancy, have lived in Colorado since 1991. He has a passion for studying God’s Word, and then communicating that biblical truth in a relevant and applicable way. Steve is also a published writer, having co-authored four books (the Riley Covington Thriller Series) with Jason Elam, former kicker for the Denver Broncos. Steve and Nancy have one daughter, Madeline, and a mini-Schnauzer.
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Steve Musser | Assistant Pastor
A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Steve came to SCC in the summer of 2016. Prior to coming to SCC, Steve served in many different ministry capacities in areas such as children and youth ministry and men’s ministry. He and his wife Katie were married in 2002, and they have 3 young sons – Nevin, Elliott, and Zabe. His hobbies include motorcycling, playing guitar and mandolin, tinkering with VW Beetles, and reading. He holds a Bachelors in Bible from Lancaster Bible College, as well as an MBA from Elizabethtown College.
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Mary Humphrey | Secretary
Mary Humphrey is our secretary. She hails from central Nebraska. Her Air Force husband, Steve, was transferred to Colorado in 1971. In 1999, they moved to Strasburg. Both are retired – Mary retiring from the Department of Defense in 2010. They have two grown children, Joellyn and Scott (wife Heather), and five grandchildren – Danielle, Colton, Austin, Tyler, and Jessica. They are often attending family activities. Mary enjoys volunteering at various philanthropic projects.
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Charlie Sherman | Custodian
A whiz-bang at just about everything, Charlie keeps things neat and tidy around the church. From set-up for events to cleaning up after the pastors Steve, Charlie is the go-to guy to get things done.
Sorry-Girl |Custodial Assistant
Yep, you read it right. Her name’s Sorry. Why? Cause according to Charlie, “She’s the sorriest dog I ever seen.” Visit any day of the week and Sorry is roaming the halls helping Charlie out and letting Mary know when someone rings the doorbell.