Church Office Hours – Daily 9-4 p.m.

Monday – Pamela Eversfield, Office Administrator

Tuesday – Patrice Hansen, Business Administrator

Wednesday – Anne Eversfield, Communications Leader; Pamela Eversfield, Office

Thursday – Anne Everfield, Communications

Friday – Patrice Hansen, Business

Pamela Eversfield
Office Administrator

Having been a full-time teacher of elementary school students for thirty-seven years, Pam finds being a part-time parish office administrator a new type of challenge.

Pam and her family have been parishioners of Christ Church for thirty years. She now enjoys learning the workings of the parish office from the other side of the administrator desk.  Pam also continues active in Altar Guild, the Handbell Choir, and as a Sunday School 4th/5th grade teacher.


Patrice Hansen
Business Administrator

Patrice has worked as a bookkeeper at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for 6 years and for Our Next Generation for 10 years.  She is excited to get to know the people of Christ Church!







Jean Heffernan
Children’s Ministry Coordinator

Jean is a former public school teacher with two masters degrees in elementary education and reading instruction. In 2014, she co-founded a Milwaukee non-profit that connects parents with young children to service opportunities.  Along with an active role in that organization, she is also a volunteer literacy tutor for MPS.  Her family has attended Christ Church since 2013 when they moved to Milwaukee from Illinois.  Jean and her husband, Justin, knew they’d found their church home when her daughter’s stuffed animal, “Monkey,” was greeted like another family member and no one batted an eye at her spunky 3-year-old son’s energy.




Anne Eversfield
Communications Leader

Anne graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in Communication Studies.  She has been working in the church office on and off in a part-time capacity and she is excited to receive anything and everything you would like to publicize to the church and to the world!





Scott R. Riedel

Scott R. Riedel
Director of Music and Organist

Scott is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Architecture and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. He began in 2004 as the Organist-Choirmaster at Christ Church, Episcopal, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, and he is also a guest lecturer at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois.

Scott has had the pleasure of serving on many church music committees and boards, including the American Guild of Organists, The Royal School of Church Music, and The Association of Lutheran Musicians. He is a member of the British Institute of Organ Studies, and the Acoustical Society of America.

Scott also had the opportunity to present lectures on worship space acoustics, organ design and purchase to the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians, National Association of Pastoral Musicians, American Guild of Organists (various chapters and regions), Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, American Institute of Architects, and the Lectures in Church Music at Concordia University.


Karol Rehm

Karol Rehm
Director of Handbells

Karol has degrees in piano and organ performance and one in elementary vocal music education, she has been organist, choir director, hand bell director and children’s music director for about 43 years. Karol loves the tradition and dignity of the Episcopal Church.

Karol resides in Mequon with her husband Tom. They have been married for 45 years and have two married children and four grandsons. Karol’s avocation is riding her horse to music.




Chris Manger

Chris Manger
Building and Grounds

Chris been a member of Christ Church since his family moved here in 1966. As a child, Chris attended Sunday School, served as an acolyte and earned the “God and Country” Boy Scout badge with the help of Father George. Although he works for American Airlines in Chicago, in 1996, Chris returned to live in Glendale with his family and became a regular member again.

Since then, Chris has been a Middle School Sunday School teacher, been on the Vestry and a Eucharistic Minister. Currently, Chris assists with acolyte training and scheduling. Chris enjoys working on the Building and Grounds committee and looks forward to tending and improving our worship space and buildings which mean so much to us.