Meet our staff


  • Becca jordan-irwin, Interim pastor

    Becca has served as a pastor for 30+ years while continuing to be personally involved in prison ministry, international missions, youth and children’s development, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, education, and Presbytery committees. We discovered during our interviews that she has a passionate heart for Jesus and all of his people. These valuable traits along with a Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary make her well equipped and a wonderful fit for our EPC family. Pastor Becca currently

    lives in Monument, Colorado with her husband Dave. Dave is also a pastor and they have two adult children.

  • paStOR SEARCH UPDATE

    On August 1, Elizabeth Presbyterian Church received approval from the Committee on Ministry, (COM), to post our Ministry Information Form (MIF). This document was created based on feedback received from the congregation relating to our vision, emerging needs of our community and our mission goals. The MIF is posted on web-sites where potential applicants can find our information and respond to the PNC.

    The MIF will enable applicants that may be interested in our position to learn more about us and our hopes for pastoral leadership. We are now in a waiting period for responses from applicants that are interested in joining our church as our permanent pastor. If you have any questions, feel free to talk to CJ Biewenga or anyone else on the Pastor Nominating Committee and check back regularly for status updates on our Pastor search. Click here for a copy of the EPC Ministry Information Form (MIF)

  • JOHN DAHM, DIRECTOR OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC

    John has been involved with music for well over 60 years, as a music teacher, choral singer, saxophonist, choir director and even instrument repairman. His teaching career spanned 50 years. He sang tenor with the Colorado Chorale for 10 years. He also founded and led the High Plains Singers, producing popular Spring and Christmas concerts for the Elizabeth community for over two decades. He has now directed the EPC traditional choir for longer than anyone can remember, and here is his comment about that: “At age 102, it’s still fun!”

  • CLARK HAGAN, PRAISE TEAM LEADER AND SOUND ENGINEER

    Clark is a Colorado born, Grammy Award winning producer/engineer and a master of the recording arts. Clark moved to Nashville in 1993 where he had the opportunity to work with the legendary Chet Atkins. During his time with Chet, Clark engineered “Jam Man” which won the Grammy for Best Country Instrumental in 1996. That success led to work with other top Nashville artists including Ray Stevens and Bryan White. Clark has been a musician and follower of Jesus his whole life. He’s also the proud owner of one of Chet’s guitars, which he sometimes plays when he rocks the house at EPC.

  • MIKE BANTA, PRAISE TEAM DIRECTOR AND LEADER