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Pastor Terry Schjang and Pastor David Brock lead worship at Zion Lutheran Church alternating Sundays.
Biography of Pastor David Brock
David R. Brock
Pastor Brock served five years in the Army as an Infantry/Special Forces Officer before attending Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus OH. He did one year at the former Denver House of Studies through Wartburg Seminary. His internship was in Papua New Guinea, and he was ordained in 1985 to serve a two-point inner-city parish in Cleveland, OH. He went back on active duty as a Chaplain in 1988 and retired in 2007. He served in a wide variety of units as a Chaplain, to include: 10th Special Forces, 25th Infantry, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Ft. Hamilton as Post Chaplain, 10th Combat Support Hospital, 8th Personnel Command in Korea, Community Chaplain for the South of Oahu, and 20th Engineer Brigade. He retired from the Army out of Special Forces Command. He deployed to Bosnia, Korea, and Iraq. He retired as a Pastor in 2015. He continues to supply preach. He has a Doctor of Ministry from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is married to Dr. Ann Graham Brock, a former professor, and has a 13 year old son, David. They live in Centennial.
Click below to hear a sermon from Pastor David Brock! (you should not need a Dropbox account)
The links below are to full worship services led by Pastor Brock, the sermons start at about the 20 minute mark.
Biography of Pastor Schjang
Theresa A. Schjang
Terry Schjang began her theological education at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, CO, and earned her Masters of Divinity degree from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Middlebury College in Spanish and American Literature. Terry is a second career pastor who previously worked as an Account Executive in the Advertising world of New York City. In 2003, she “retired” from that first career, answering a sense of call to share God’s Word and Sacraments. Terry’s formational journey eventually led her to respond to a call in 2013 as pastor of New Beginnings, an ELCA worshipping community located inside the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility. She still serves as both pastor, and chaplain to the prison at large. Her four adult children live in London, New York City, Denver, and Oklahoma City. She and her husband, Kevin, live in Evergreen.
Click below to hear a sermon from Pastor Terry Schjang! (you should not need a Dropbox account)
There is more worship and sermon to be checked out on this site. Go over to worship and drop down to sermons...
Pastor Terry's Sermon from 2-5-17