Music, Administration, & Education
What CHPC Means To Me
Ivona Schacker began
her role as Music Director at
in the Spring of 2007.
Oregonian, coming back to this area after living 42 years in the
area, Ivona was the
organist and choir director at
and the accompanist at St.
Williamís Catholic Church in
Ivona also taught music and math in Elementary and Jr. High
Schools in Santa Clara & Campbell School
are thrilled to welcome her in music leadership and have already been
blessed by her warmth and caring, fine musicianship and artistry.
A fine collaborator, Ivona welcomes musicians of every age,
voice, and instrument to share in the music ministry at CHPC.
Nursery Care & Education-
Our Children's Ministry Team greets our young people ages birth to 8 in the narthex,
inviting them to be a part of our community in a very special
way. After the Time of Wonder & Blessing the Children with Song, the children explore a range of
activities that promote growing in faith, and together they all share
a snack. Congregation members & firends assist each week in
providing this safe and healthy time just for young ones.
Meet Our Children's Ministry Team
Judy Hubbard, R.N.
in February of 2007 by the Presbyterian Urban Network (PUN) to serve
as parish nurse for the small urban congregations that make up the
network. Judy assists our Board of Deacons in their work of
encouraging the congregation to witness, compassion, and
service. This parish nurse ministry focuses on ministries of
healing and wholeness within the church, and on reaching out to the
keeps a regular office hours at CHPC. Bulletin Boards upstairs
and in the social hall have educational information about wellness
activities and health care resources to address our well-being in
body, mind, and spirit. In 2014 Chris Hill has joined the Parish Nurse
team with her focus being on Health Education.
Chris Hill, R.N.
is our new Parish Nurse as of fall of 2013.
She will be job sharing with Judy in a variety of ways. For
now, Judy will continue to run the clinics at the 4 PUN churches and
Chris will work with her to learn that aspect of the job. This will
enable Judy to have a reliable substitute during vacations. Chris
loves to teach and she will bring a new energy and skill to our
outreach to PUN parishioners and neighbors. She is a trained Parish
Nurse and has held a wide variety of nursing jobs involving training
caregivers, working with seniors and teaching in areas of nursing
education. The two of us will be visiting your congregations on future
Sunday mornings, so I hope that you will give a warm welcome to Chris.
Chris is currently offering both First Aid and CPR classes at the
church or for organizations related to our ministries.
She is also offering weekly Tai Chi classes on site that are
particularly focused on simple and effective ways to enhance fall