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Derek Moore



Derek began serving as a pastor at Laramie RPC in June 2015. He and his wife Clara have been married since 2013, and they are parents to three boys, Caleb, Paul, and Asher. Derek also serves as a Chaplain in the Wyoming Army National Guard. The Moores are transplants to Wyoming, but they quickly came to love the state and are excited about the prospect of serving God and raising their family in Laramie!

Clyde Brown


Ruling Elder

Clyde Brown has served as an elder at the LRPC for several years. Clyde and his wife, Mary, have been married since 1994. They live in Weld County, Colorado, with their 4 children, Charity, Timothy, Hope, and David. Clyde is also a board member for the homeschool academy their children attend. The Browns enjoy giving hospitality, reading and outdoor activities.

Jeremy Riggs



Jesse Mann



Midwest Presbytery


Presby-who? The word Presbyterian comes from the Greek word presbuteros, which means "elder." To be Presbyterian is to believe that just as no individual should expect to grow and thrive as a Christian without help from other Christians, so also no church should try to function outside of a broader community of help and accountability from other churches. The Presbytery refers to the gathering of elders from several different churches in a region - in the case our Midwest Presbytery, that means several states! Our churches provide mutual support, encouragement, and accountability to one another as we seek together to advance the kingdom of God.