Dr. Kimberly Jackson – Pastor

Kim is excited about worship, spirituality, missions, and the arts. Kim is also passionate about engaging with those around the world in need of reconciliation and healing through justice and mercy.  Kim has a Labrador named Jedi, and loves to spend her free time deepening relationships with friends, walking outdoors, creating art, and reading. 

Niki Campbell – Director of Nurture Ministries

Niki oversees the children, youth, and adult nurture program at Brunswick Church. She is married to Matt Clark and is a missionary for InterVarsity at RPI and Russell Sage College.

Kevin Ware – Technology & Communication

Kevin works in the areas of coordinating various ministries and oversees IT, AV, the web site, graphic design, communications, etc. Kevin likes woodworking, playing drums and bass in the worship band, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.

Bob Schmidt – Controller

Bob oversees many of the financial functions of the church. Bob is married to Kathy and has a wonderful adult daughter. Bob is a native to the Capital Region and loves the area.

Connie & Alex McCullen – Facilities Managers

Connie and her grandson Alex have come on board as the new facilities manager(s). Connie has a huge amount of experience from working at the Averill Park School District.

Kelsey Riley – (interim) TLC Day Care Director

Pastor Ted Wright – Parish Associate

Ted brings us a wealth of wisdom and experience to us as a retired pastor who has spent a great deal of time all over the world – serving as a teacher, mentor, and pastor.  Ted has been helping out a number of our ministry areas as we work on growing our staff.

Pastor Emeritus – Harry Heintz

Harry Heintz served as pastor of Brunswick Church for 38 years (1974-2012). He is married to Rachel and has wonderful children and grandchildren he loves to be with. He now lives in Rochester where he teaches, preaches, and enjoys life. The title Pastor Emeritus is an honorary status awarded to someone honorably retired from a particular position by election of the congregation. 

Verse of the day:
Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil. This will bring health to your body and nourishment to your bones.