Prior to his current role of planting City Presbyterian, Mark served as Assistant Pastor at New Song Presbyterian in Salt Lake City. Mark is married to Melissa who is also a Utah native. Mark and Melissa have three children, Noelle, Luke, and Max.
Mark serves his community as a member of the Downtown Plan SLC Advisory Group. He has also been involved with the Downtown Salt Lake City Streetcar Stakeholders group and is an advocate for Salt Lake City becoming a more walkable, bikeable, and livable city.
Mark is a contributor to the book, “Heal Us, Emmanuel: A Call to Racial Reconciliation, Representation, and Unity in the Church.”
You can send Mark an email directly at: email@example.com
Before becoming a member of City Presbyterian, Danny was involved in New Song Underground, an outreach ministry of New Song Presbyterian that provided local bands with a performance venue. Danny has been doing one thing or another with sound and music for over two decades. His penchant for attempting unorthodox solutions sometimes gets him into trouble, and when chasing down certain problems, he’s been known to say, “You’d think I’d be better at this by now.”
Danny’s website, The Small Venue Survivalist, is a blog that addresses show production and business topics for events presented to audiences of 200 or fewer.
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