Clergy & Staff

Rev. Jonathan Crawford

Pastor
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Pastor Crawford has served at St. Paul since 2013, the same year that he completed his seminary formation at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis and was ordained into the Holy Ministry. His great loves include his wife Katy, their four-legged butler Dunkin’, historic, beautiful, creative, liturgical worship, singing in the choir, running, hiking, and social visits to breweries and distilleries. Above all, Pastor Crawford loves that he gets to be the vehicle that God uses to bring the good news of Jesus’ redeeming love to sinners such as himself week after week.

His favorite Bible verse is John 6:40 – “For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day.”

In their free time, Pastor and Katy love to drink copious amounts of coffee, run the hills of Dubuque, and binge-watch Downton Abbey.

Teri Reichmann

Church Secretary
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Teri is a lifelong member of St. Paul. She wears several hats at church, also serving as a Confirmation class assistant and a member of the altar guild, taking care of the banners and paraments that adorn the church. She is a Dubuquer who loves to play Euchre.

Laura Bee

Organist & Accompanist
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Originally a Minnesota girl, Laura has been in the tri-state area since 2013. Let’s make her glad to stay in Dubuque! Laura holds a music degree with an emphasis in piano from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. In addition to her new position at St. Paul, Laura also currently teaches piano lessons privately, in a studio, and at the University of Dubuque. She has accompanied the Chamber Choir and Concert Choir at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. She was the accompanist for the University of Dubuque’s production of James and the Giant Peach. Her church music experience includes service as accompanist for Southview Baptist Church in Richfield, MN, and service as a substitute organist at First Congregational Church and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church here in Dubuque. Laura has a servant’s heart and has spent time volunteering her skills at retirement and nursing homes as well as at Iowa Regular Baptist Camp. She enjoys working with children. Many of her piano students are children or adolescents. She also enjoys singing and is a member of the Dubuque Community Chorale.