Staff and Session

Diane Wilson

Office Administrator

Our Office Administrator, Diane Wilson, is a native of Colorado.  And, for her, that means enjoying the Great Outdoors and all this beautiful state has to offer!  She enjoys bike riding, hiking (she has one 14-teener – Mt. Bierstadt – under her belt, and hopes to hike more of these majestic beauties!), and walking, walking, walking!  One of Diane’s beloved scriptures, Psalm 118: 24, tells us, “This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.”  
“Enjoying the gift of God’s beauty every day sets the tone for a glorious day and much rejoicing and thanksgiving!” she said. When not outdoors, Diane enjoys spending time with family and friends, scrap-booking, card making, all varieties of good music, and reading, especially God’s Word.  She participates in our Adult Bible study, and thoroughly enjoys growing in her spiritual walk with God.
As a member of St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, she has been a serving heart since 1988, serving on numerous church committees.  She has now broadened her wings to offer her time and talent in all things “administrative.”  
Another favorite scripture of Diane’s is Colossians 3:23-24, which reads, "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.  It is the Lord Christ you are serving.”  Diane considers it a privilege to serve in any capacity at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church.  She is passionate about supporting the ministries God is at work in our midst, and beyond its four walls!

Greg Lee

Music Director

Greg has been singing in church choir as long as he can remember. He
grew up in New Orleans and in retrospect, his greatest memory is: the
food! He is the youngest of three children and a preacher’s kid. During
his school days, he played sax and oboe. Scholarships on oboe and
English horn helped pay for tuition at Centenary College of Louisiana.
Over a period of 18 years, Greg played with the Shreveport and
Richmond Symphonies, as well as with many other regional orchestras
in Louisiana, Texas, and Virginia. As a member of River Road
Presbyterian Church in Richmond, VA, he was a regular substitute as
choir director. One of Greg’s choral highlights came in 2001, with the
opportunity to sing the Beethoven Mass in C at Carnegie Hall. In
January 2009, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church became his first
appointment as music director, and he is still thrilled to be at the helm
of this group.

Seung-Mee Oh


I am a mother of 3 beautiful daughters and have been married to a supportive husband for 26 years.
I came to the United States in 1989 from South Korea. I have been playing piano since the age of 7 and teaching since age of 15. I have a piano performance degree in music. I studied at the Aspen Music School and was a scholarship recipient from Rocky Ridge Music School. I have also worked as an accompanist at Cherokee Trail High School.
I have been Saint Andrew’s accompanist since 1996. It has been a great and precious blessing to me, meeting so many respectful Christians. Even though many wonderful members have passed away, they are my spiritual family who I will forever look up to.

The Volunteers Who Lead the Church

Our ruling body is called a session and is made up of volunteers from the membership who have been ordained as elders. One is an elder for life, but serves on the session of the church for one or two three-year periods at a time.  All elders have an equal vote. The meetings are moderated by the pastor. Each elder is in charge of one or more committees that run the physical and spiritual aspects of the church. We cherish our session members, who give of their time and talents to keep things running smoothly.