Executive Director, Feed Truck Ministries, Inc.
Jessica Winderweedle serves as one of KUMC’s co-ministers, where she gets to spend time developing leaders and cultivating the worship life of our congregation. Jessica is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Princeton Theological Seminary, but she also received a wealth of education in business management and community involvement during her decade-long career opening and operating coffee shops.
When she wasn’t caffeinating the masses, Jessica popped up in all sorts of ministry roles, from church pianist to youth ministry associate to small group leader. Since early 2014, she has served as the executive director of Feed Truck Ministries, Inc., the organization that operates KUMC’s primary outreach vehicle, The Feed Truck (www.thefeedtruck.org).
Jessica (who would probably prefer that you call her Jess) enjoys writing stuff, banging on drums, eating breakfast at any time of the day, and hiking through the streets of New York City every chance she gets, particularly alongside her wife, Melissa.
Minister of Discipleship and Christian Formation
Danny’s focus in his role at KUMC is deepening the congregation’s communal life and widening its welcome as a home for everyone. A child of Egyptian immigrants, Danny grew up in Oregon before finally finding the sun in California, where he went to Pomona College. He is currently in his third year of a dual degree at Princeton Seminary. Danny will drop just about anything to play soccer, to eat dessert, or to hear you share your story.
Meredith is in their fourth year at Princeton Theological Seminary. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Meredith went on to attend Samford University in Birmingham, AL where they studied Religion and Spanish. After graduation, Meredith moved to San Antonio, Texas for a volunteer service year of rich Spanish-speaking culture and endless, delicious tacos. Meredith now lives in Princeton, NJ and enjoys good food, making music and spending time outdoors.
Director of Children’s Ministries and Community Life
Annie serves as the director of children’s ministry and community life at KUMC helping children of all ages experience God’s love. Before finding her way to New Jersey, Annie grew up at summer camps in East Tennessee where her dad, an ordained United Methodist Minister, served as camp director. During college, she became involved
with her campus’ Bonner Leader Program which ultimately brought her to the Princeton area to work. She currently works as the National Director at The Bonner Foundation supporting a program that provides undergraduates access to higher education and opportunities to serve their communities. In 2014, Annie moved from Princeton to Kingston and joined KUMC as a way get to know her new community and feed more sheepLisa Kane
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