Our Clergy

The Rev’d Elizabeth P. Randall, Rector

Elizabeth Randall came to St. Andrew’s in August 2009, just after St. Andrew’s moved back into its church home.  She is delighted to take her place in a community that values excellence in liturgy and music, understands meaningful and effective outreach to be an essential part of any faith community, and wants to see children and their families honored as vital members of the church.  These shared values, along with a sense that the St. Andrew’s community is caring and fun, led her to answer the call to be the rector of this growing church.

Elizabeth is a graduate of Smith College and Yale Divinity School.  She was ordained in the Diocese of Colorado in 1994 and served as Canon Educator and Cathedral Spiritual Director at St. John’s Cathedral until 2009.  Before that she taught at a New England boarding school, led wilderness trips, and lived and worked in Nicaragua.

Elizabeth is married to Alan Gottlieb, principal of the communications consulting firm Write.Edit.Think. Their daughter, Marian, is an artist who lives in Denver with her husband, architect Austin Pulford.

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Phone: 303-296-1712; ext. 301

The Rev’d Nina Churchman

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Phone: 303-296-1712; ext. 303



The Rev’d Elizabeth “Wib” Garfield, Deacon


As deacons in The Episcopal Church hold jobs in the secular world, Wib is employed as a paralegal specializing in civil litigation with a private practice firm in downtown Denver.  Wib’s ministry focuses on seeking out those persons who have been displaced from their homes, families and community and this is lived out through the time she serves at Sacred Heart House and The Delores Project.  Additionally, as Deacon, Wib works to empower and support the outreach committee, the parish, and individuals discerning their personal calls to outreach ministry by providing access to resources available for those in need beyond the walls of St. Andrew’s.

Wib was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and grew up in Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa.  She obtained a degree in political science from Iowa State University.  She was ordained by Bishop O'Neill in 2007.

In addition to the time she spends in support of her ministry in the Denver community, she loves to knit (not so much to tink), cook, read, and spend time walking and playing with her dog Mabel.

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Our Staff

Timothy J. Krueger | Choirmaster

Timothy J. Krueger, Choirmaster at St. Andrew's, studied musicology at the University of Colorado, Boulder; the University of Hamburg, Germany; and the University of London's Royal Holloway College. He is the founder and artistic director of St. Martin's Chamber Choir, Colorado's first professional choir, with whom he has recorded twelve critically acclaimed CDs; and is on the musicology faculty at Metropolitan State University of Denver.  Formerly he was chorus master of the Boulder Bach Festival, the Colorado Music Festival, and has worked professionally with such ensembles as the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Chicago a cappella, Vox Early Music Ensemble (Ann Arbor), Episcopal cathedral choirs such as St. John's in Denver and St. Paul's in Detroit, the Santa Fe Opera, and the Ars Nova Singers of Boulder.

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Phone: 303-296-1712; ext. 302

Scott Coulter | Minister to Children and Youth

Scott grew up in Boulder, Colorado. From a young age, he felt himself drawn to the deeper questions of the spiritual life. Throughout his childhood and adolescence, he explored the philosophies and practices of the world’s religions, not ready to settle down with one tradition, but always eager to explore the questions.
He earned his undergraduate degree in Jazz Piano Performance from New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA. From there, he began a teaching career that continues to this day, working with a wide range of music students, age 5 to 85.
In 2007, Scott graduated with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Bryn Mawr College outside Philadelphia, where he lived for 20 years before moving back to Colorado with his wife, Carmen, in July of 2021. As a social worker, he has worked almost exclusively with children, youth and families, in settings ranging from residential treatment centers to schools and outpatient clinics in Philadelphia.
It wasn’t until adulthood that Scott found his spiritual home in the Episcopal Church, falling in love with the ancient ritual and deep contemplation of our tradition. Having been given the freedom to follow his own conscience in his personal spiritual journey, Scott is deeply gratified to have the opportunity to offer deep, real and relevant spiritual formation with the children and youth of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.

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Phone: 303-296-1712, ext. 304


Ralph B. Valentine | Organist


Ralph B. Valentine, Organist at St. Andrew's, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and a Master of Sacred Music degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He began his teaching career at Rosemary Hall School in Greenwich, Connecticut, and moved with the school to Wallingford, Connecticut, when it merged with The Choate School in 1971. At Choate Rosemary Hall he was Head of Music, Choral Director, School Organist, and Instructor in Theory, Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Composition, Organ, and Harpsichord for forty-two years. A past Dean of the New Haven Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, Mr. Valentine also served as Organist and Choirmaster at St. Andrew's Church in Stamford, St. Andrew's Church in Meriden, and for thirty-four years as the Organist and Choirmaster at St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford, Connecticut. He has been active as a recitalist, consultant, workshop leader, accompanist, and composer.

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Jon Moore | Parish Administrator


Jon served as Junior Warden at St. Thomas Episcopal Church Denver for 2.5 years. He recently graduated from Metropolitan State University Denver with a BA in History and Communication Studies minor. He is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree from Iliff School of Theology.

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Phone: 303-296-1712, ext. 300

Thomas Lentz | Sexton

Phone: 303-296-1712; ext. 325