• Rev. Dr. Camille Cook Murray, Head Pastor

    Camille Cook Murray has served as the senior pastor of Georgetown Presbyterian Church since 2010. Her academic background consists of a BA from Vanderbilt University with a dual major: Religious Studies with Honors, and Psychology; Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary; and a Masters of Theology in Applied Theology from Oxford University... [read more...]

    Rev. Rachel Landers Vaagenes, Associate Pastor for Christian Education

    Rachel Landers Vaagenes has served at GPC since Summer 2011. She began as the Director for Christian Education, and was ordained as the Associate Pastor for Christian Ed in April 2013. A California native, Rachel attended the University of Southern California, double-majoring in Mathematics and Philosophy (BA)... [read more...]

    Rev. Christopher Chatelaine-Samsen, Associate Pastor for Mission

    Christopher Chatelaine-Samsen began serving as GPC’s first Associate Pastor for Mission in June 2014. Born in New York and raised in Connecticut, Chris attended Wesleyan University, studying Economics and Music. After doing youth ministry post-graduation, he attended Princeton Theological Seminary where he received an M.Div. Most recently, he served as the Director of Youth Ministries at a Northern Virginia [read more...]

    Rev. Katie Francis, Parish Associate

    Rev. Katie Francis is a chaplain at Georgetown University. A 2010 graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Katie has worked as a pastoral counselor, hospice/hospital chaplain, supply preacher, and parish associate minister and was ordained at GPC on May 1st into the ministry of Chaplain at Georgetown University. [read more...]

    Mark Willey, Director of Music

    Mark Willey is formally trained as a musician, with performance degrees from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, Maryland, and the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. In December, Mark was hired as our Director of Music. [read more...]

    Mary Ellen Cain, Office Manager

    An Arkansas native, Mary Ellen graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis and moved to Washington more than thirty-five years ago to attend The Catholic University where she earned a masters degree in music. Since 1978 she has been the alto section leader/soloist at The National Presbyterian Church and until February 2011 worked for eight years as NPC’s assistant for Grow Ministries. She and her four grown children live in Silver Spring, Maryland. [read more...]