• Rev. Bob Jacobs


    Bob has been at Westminster since 2007; since then, Bob and Westminster have been on a journey of growth and change as Westminster lives into being a loving, inter-generational community of sincere disciples that is passionately committed to living the Gospel for the sake of others.  Click HERE to learn more about the Rev. Bob Jacobs.


  • Andrew Bellisle

    Pastor of Youth and Worship

    Andrew joined the staff of Westminster in May of 2018. He is a graduate of Denver Seminary and has a passion for seeing young people explore God's wondrous adventures for them. Andrew can often be found rock-climbing, hiking, or camping with his wife, Laura and his dog, Maggie. next time you see Andrew around, tell him about your latest adventure. He is excited to connect with the Rapid community! Email:

  • Lisa Beck

    Office Administrator

    Lisa joined the Westminster staff January of 2017. Lisa and Bill have been married for 32 years and have three grown children.

    To learn more about Lisa, click HERE


  • Scott Kenner

    Life Group and Prayer Ministry Coordinator

    Scott and his wife Mary have been members of Westminster since 1985.  They have been married 44 years, and have two married children (Sarah and Seth) with four lovely grandchildren. Scott became a Commissioned Ruling Elder in 2018 and loves to serve our Lord Jesus Christ.  He is a retired Civil Engineering Professor and also loves the outdoors especially any type of fishing.  Scott and Mary enjoy traveling and seeing God’s glorious creation.

  • Perry Schlepp


    Perry has been part of our staff since 2009.  

  • Sandra McFarland

    Servanthood Director

  • Director of Orange Minsitry

    Currently accepting applications. For a job description please click here.

    Our Director of Family Ministry will further Westminster’s purpose by helping young people and their families – both inside and outside the church – elevate Jesus in every aspect of their lives, be empowered to follow and serve Him more fully, and embody his love to those around us. The “Orange” model of ministry (i.e. the church in partnership with the family) will be central to this calling.