Leadership & Staff

The Rev. Pam Novelly, Interim Pastor

Windsor Presbyterian Church is pleased to welcome the Reverend Pamela Ann Novelly to our church as our Interim Pastor, effective July 1, 2017.

Pam grew up in Sonoma County and has “lay” work experience with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization (Executive Director for Sonoma County), as well as holding a position as a Special Events Coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Association.

She received her Masters of Divinity from the San Francisco Theological Seminary and has served churches in California, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.  She has been an active member of the Presbytery of the Redwoods serving on (and chairing) a number of committees and groups, including her most recent assignment to “Mission Finance” .

In her spare time, Pam is an avid reader and serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Rohnert Park /Cotati “Friends of the Library”. She also enjoys sewing, crocheting, quilting and collecting quilting fabrics.


Peaches Davenport, Pianist

Peaches Davenport Windsor Presbyterian Church has enjoyed Peaches’ musical talents in worship since 2000.   She also serves as organist for a small congregation in Sebastopol, teaches music privately at home and is a music instructor at Summerfield Waldorf School in Santa Rosa.




Our Session is a faithful group of Elders (elected by the congregation for 3-year rotating terms) who meet monthly to prayerfully direct the path of Windsor Presbyterian Church.  Church Members are welcome to attend Session meetings (usually the second Wednesday of the month, starting at 7:00 p.m.); please contact Clerk Karen Russell for more information: call 408-316-0174 or email kcrussell@comcast.net.  The minutes of the most recent Session meeting are posted on a bulletin board inside the church building,  should you wish to read them.

  • Fred Berry, Facility
  • Karen Brennan, Celebrations
  • Nancy Danskin, Finance
  • Dana Johnson, Worship
  • Linda Mansell, Evangelism
  • Chris Ruppe, Personnel/Administration
  • Joyce Sartori,  Outreach
  • Kris Shear, Christian Education
  • Michele Silver, Stewardship


Deacons are “the caring arm of the church.”  Representing God’s love and concern,  Deacons support members of the congregation in any way needed, helping to endure pains and share joys

Our current Deacons are:

  • Peggy Fritschen
  • Angela Hertzberg
  • Beth Krumbein
  • Joanna Mansell