Plymouth Church's pastoral and administrative staff are committed to supporting the vision and purpose of Plymouth Church and ministries of its members individually and collectively.
For contact names of Congregational Council, Boards and committees, please see Our Priorities.
The Rev. Dr. Kelle J. Brown serves as Plymouth's Lead Pastor. “I’m very social justice focused. I want to look at how we can engage in a real way with race issues. God is still speaking in this. There needs to be change, and we need to be part of it. I look forward to seeing what God will do!” More >
“I am beyond overjoyed to answer the call to a new place in ministry as Plymouth's Executive Minister. The ministry to which we are called brings people of faith and justice, diversity and hope together in the love of God through Jesus Christ! I'm grateful to help lead this congregation to fulfill its mission and grow in faith as we serve a world crying out for hope!" More >
Wanda Griffiths, Director of Music and Organist, brings a wealth of skills to Plymouth's renowned music program. She served as Music Director and Organist for many congregations, including Minister of Music at Green Lake Church of Seventh-Day Adventists. She teaches Music Theory and Music History at Trinity Lutheran College. Former teaching posts include California State University Los Angeles and University of Washington. More >
Sari Breznau leads the Soul Choir, a group dedicated to singing joyfully from the heart. As our worship music leader for our 9 a.m. worship service, Sari brings passion, joy and a great depth of expression to the experience of worship through music. More >
Minister of Community Care, Rev. Donene Blair returned to Seattle in 2015 and discovered Plymouth as her spiritual home. An ordained UCC pastor, she has previously served in pastoral care settings and spiritual direction... More >
June Hayakawa-Fung is Plymouth's Faith Community Nurse. She provides leadership for many of Plymouth's companioning ministries and supports members who are experiencing loss and major life transitions. She graduated from University of Washington’s School of Nursing and holds a Master of Public Health from Tulane University.
Suzanne Sanderson is the Church Librarian. Fourth-generation Seattleite, her calling is to connect people with books. After receiving a Masters of Library Science from University of Washington, she worked as a school librarian, public librarian and now church librarian.