Our Pastor & Staff
Rev. Alycia Erickson is our pastor. She was called to ministry with Pikes Peak MCC in March 2015. Before her call with Pikes Peak MCC she most recently served as the Pastor of Faith Formation at MCC Austin in Texas, a position she held for six years. She was ordained in MCC in 2010 and has experience with MCC at a national level, including the Board of Pensions, Judiciary Team, and Clergy Well-Being Team. Her passion is helping people connect with God. She is also a passionate advocate for social justice. She is an avid reader, a self-described nerd and loves to explore new technology. She and her wife Judy have three sons, three dogs and a cat. They love to camp and explore their new home state of Colorado.
Denise K. Foerch is a Certified Spiritual Director who underwent training in Colorado Springs at the Benet Hill Monastery. She is also a certified Instructor for the Metropolitan Community Churches’ “Creating a Life That Matters” course. Here at PPMCC, Denise has served in many different leadership roles. She led our Small Group Ministry for one year, she was the Praise Band Leader for four years, and she has facilitated prayer, Scripture and book study groups.
Prior to her work within MCC, Denise spent 19 years working for a large, well-known para-church organization. For seven of those years, she lived in South Africa working with University Students and other men and women through small groups, seminars, and workshops. She was a speaker and soloist at various gatherings, seminars, and conferences.
Those who know Denise well describe her as open, warm, caring, wise, and strong. Recognizing that all who come to Spiritual Direction have their own individual spirituality, Denise said, “Although my personal faith-base is Christian, I honor and welcome all faith traditions.”
Shirley Lamontagne, Director of Administration
Shirley has worked for Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church as the Director of Administration since August 2011. As Director of Administration a few of her duties include drafting and printing church publications, scheduling individuals for worship service, and tracking attendance.
After graduating Shirley enlisted in the United States Air Force. After Basic Military Training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas Shirley was assigned to the Supply Career Field, the Instructor Career Field, and the First Sergeant Career Field. She retired in February 2007 after 21-years of service.