Leadership

Rev. Morgan Guyton, Co-Pastor

Morgan graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2010 and got his undergraduate degree in English from the University of Virginia in 2000. Morgan spent the first several years out of college living in Christian intentional communities and working for social justice non-profits and a labor union. He also taught high school English for a few years before answering God’s call to ministry. Morgan’s blog Mercy Not Sacrifice is hosted by the religion blog site Patheos. He is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Red Letter Christians, and Ministry Matters.  His first book How Jesus Saves the World from Us was published by Westminster John Knox in 2016.

Rev. Cheryl Guyton, Co-Pastor

After completing her undergraduate studies at Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!), Cheryl worked in many non-profit settings including a pediatric hospital association, as a public school teacher, and as a church youth group leader.  She graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2007 and spent several years serving as a chaplain and in divorce recovery ministry.  Cheryl’s passions in ministry include pastoral care, self-care, and helping others discover their spiritual gifts.  She’s always ready to grab a cup of decaf coffee and talk about God, school, and life.

 

Haley Caffey,Worship Leader

Haley is a sophomore at Loyola University, majoring in music therapy. She is so excited to be a part of the leadership team, and to use her musical passion to glorify the Kingdom!! She is equally excited to meet new people on campus, and form connections through the amazing ministry that Nola Wesley is. Haley wants to extend a hand out to anyone who is interested in this ministry, or just needs someone to talk to in general – she will never turn down a cup of coffee and a good talk 🙂

 

Elise Trahan Carl, Spiritual Formation

Elise is a Tulane sophomore from Madison, Wisconsin studying Spanish, Environmental Studies, and Mandarin Chinese. On campus she is involved in Greek Life and off campus she loves exploring her adopted hometown of New Orleans. She can most often be found in a coffee shop, museum, or bookstore hanging out with the resident cat.

 

Liv Gotte, Service & Justice

Liv is a sophomore at Tulane studying Public Health and Homeland Security. She/her pronouns. She has a kitty named Crunchy.

 

Bee Allen, Fellowship & LGBTQ Outreach

Bee is a sophomore at Tulane hailing from Covington, Louisiana. She is a History major, hoping to one day write a book and work in a museum archives. In her free time, she enjoys cartooning. Bee takes her coffee cold with almond milk and half a packet of Stevia.