Colt Stubblefield, our Youth Director since 2005, leading weekly gatherings, mission trips, ski trips, and retreats. Of the many aspects that make up Colt’s life, his love for the Lord, his love for his beautiful wife Jess and their children Liam and Emma Kate, and his love for creation are the most significant. They are also the parents to two very active German Shepherds, Leonidas and Solomon. Colt loves to surf, longboard, ski, kayak, and rocks anything that involves a Frisbee. (Basically anything outdoors that poses a challenge to his existence makes him come alive.) Colt’s door is always open; come discuss the amazing things God is doing in the lives of our youth here at HACC, or sign up to join in any of their many adventures!
Our Administrative Team
Christy Southard joined the staff team at Harvard Avenue in January 2017 as our Communications Director. With years of leadership in the corporate and not-for-profit sector, Christy brings skills of relationship, connection, and community vision. Having grown up at Harvard Ave, Christy has worshipped, led, and served among the community for many years and in many capacities. Her knowledge of the church, its past story and its future vision, as well as the people who make it happen, suits her uniquely to this call of service.
Nedean Guerin came to the staff of Harvard Avenue in February 2017 as Business and Finance Director, bringing years of accounting experience. Nedean and her husband, Jim, were part of the HACC family decades ago where Nedean especially enjoyed the Craft Crowd when their two daughters were young. When not keeping track of church business needs, Nedean loves spending time with her grandchildren, and gives a great deal of time to rescue and foster animals.
Our Music Team
Kelly Ford joined the Harvard Avenue music team in January 2016. His work as Traditional Music Director encompasses the direction of music in our traditional worship service including creation of special music, congregational music development and direction of our chancel choir. Along with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sacred Music, Kelly brings a wealth of experience leading large church choirs in Tulsa and a number of special concerts and programs at local universities. Kelly sings professionally at corporate events, with recording groups, and in local bands and entertainment venues. Kelly and his wife Vickie have been married for 35 years and together have two sons, Dewey and Dillon.
Isaac Herbert, music leader for The Rising Worship (our casual/contemporary service), is a graduate of the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences and of Oral Roberts University, where he majored in guitar performance. He is the front man for the rock/blues band Red Wood Rising and has extensive experience with contemporary Christian music. Isaac is married to his long time sweetheart, Sarah Grace, a vocal music major and elementary school music teacher, who lends great support to Isaac’s ministry and to The Rising Worship with her presence and her voice. They were overjoyed to welcome their family’s newest musician, daughter Autumn, in June 2017.
Susie Monger-Daugherty, having retired as Music Director in 2015, returned to our music team in 2017 as Organist. Susie brings years of experience in music and performance of all kinds. A gifted accompanist and arranger, she plays the organ and piano for our weekly traditional worship service, and serves with us on other special occasions. Susie is married to Rex, a retired journalist, and they have two adult children, P.J. and Teddy.
Ashley Pease has been part of the Harvard Avenue congregation and music ministry, singing in the Chancel Choir and as an occasional soloist. In December 2016, Ashley stepped in to the direct the children’s Christmas musical, and she’s been our Children’s Music Director ever since. Ashley and the children work together during their Sunday School hour and Parents Night Out events, preparing music for presentation in worship throughout the year. Ashley is joined by her husband Daniel and their son Ezra.
Andrew Dugan has served in the capacity of organist, pianist, choral and handbell director in churches and public schools from Texas to Oklahoma for nearly 20 years. Joining the music team as Handbell Director at Harvard Ave in 2017, he is already drawing new choir members, looking forward to the ongoing joy and development of this musical expression in worship.