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.
Maddie Rombough, Minister of Spiritual Formation
A Tulane junior, Maddie studies Psychology and Gender & Sexuality Studies. She is responsible for developing and maintaining NOLA Wesley’s presence with the students and staff of Loyola and Tulane. “Cute” is Maddie’s favorite word, and she uses it generously, as if the word has 36 different definitions. Have you ever seen NOLA Wesley tablers handing out buttermilk drops, freshly made Yerba Mate tea, candy, and notes of kindness under Stern? Chances are, Maddie was there, so stop by and say hi next time!
Nicole Garcia, Minister of Service & Justice
Nicole, a junior at Tulane, is an Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and History double major. During high school, Nicole traveled to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji in the span of one week! At Wesley, she leads the planning, preparation, and implementation of missional service and social justice opportunities.
Kimberly Cortez, Minister of Fellowship
Studying Neuroscience and Spanish, Kimberly is a junior at Tulane who once met Selena Gomez. Kimberly organizes regular community-building events for Wesley students. In the past, she has planned movie nights, girls’ nights in, laser tag, a trip to a Mardi Gras warehouse, and more!