Rev. Rebecca K. Poos began her ministry with us in March, 2009, after having served churches of all shapes and sizes in Vancouver BC and Colorado. She moved to Buena Vista with her husband Clarke and son Rocky (now in his twenties). They enjoy a number of hobbies and passions, all focused on being outdoors. They love nothing more than being in the mountains hiking, snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, kayaking, exploring Colorado history, and riding bicycles or horses.
Rebecca loves ministry of all kinds. She enjoys encouraging people
and churches on their spiritual journey, and has a passion for music and
inspiring worship, along with community involvement, and caring for one another
in God’s name. She invites you to join in our mission to live out Jesus’ commandments
to love our neighbor, ourselves, and to feed, clothe and care for all of
Rebecca can be found in the Church Office or out in the community in a number of places. She welcomes getting to know individuals and families, and can be reached anytime on her cell phone at 719-252-6890 or at RevBecca@icloud.com.
Nancy Best – Office Communications Administrator
in the saying, “Not all who wander are lost.” Born in Seattle, she and her
family moved often before settling in Indianapolis. After graduating from
Wheaton College near Chicago with a teaching degree in physical education, she continued
her peripatetic lifestyle. She first served five years as a missionary in the
Black Forest of Germany as a dorm assistant in a Canadian boarding school,
followed by working as a learning disabilities therapist in Indpls., a nanny in
NYC, and spending two winters in St. Thomas, USVI. Stints in retail and
restaurant serving in Indpls., Gatlinburg, TN and Littleton, NH, came next, and
finally she made Buena Vista her home in 2008, where she enjoy small town life
and friendly people.
years, Nancy has traveled extensively, visiting Japan, Lebanon, and much of the
US and Europe. Here in BV, she has worked at the Ark-Valley Humane Society,
been a free-lance pet and house sitter, and written for the Chaffee County
Times. She volunteers with the Boys and Girls Clubs, is part of The Claim
Jumpers amateur theatrical troupe, loves to play pickleball and dance, and has
served a term on the school board. You can also spot her around town driving a
school bus, so don’t forget to wave!
SUNDAYS – Winter Hours
9:00am—Conversations That Matter
Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.