Sedgefield Presbyterian Church

Staff

Reverend Kim Priddy, Pastor

Rev. Priddy grew up in North Carolina and earned a B.S. in Economics from UNC-Greensboro (1989) and a MDiv. from Wake Forest School of Divinity (2014). Her ministerial experiences have been shaped through her work with many of the most vulnerable in her community.

Rev. Priddy has been actively involved in the community serving in many capacities, including: Greensboro Faith Leaders Council (Co-Chair), Wake Forest Divinity School (Adjunct Professor), Women Breaking Barriers (Speaker), Step-Up Ministry (Board Member), Youth Villages (Board Member), Bread for the World, and Contributor to Greensboro News and Record

Rev. Priddy is the proud parent of Ryan, Brad, and Kate. In her spare time, she enjoys being with family and friends, tennis, running, and reading in coffee shops.

My passion is for our church to fall in love with the God who created us, to grow in our faith, and that our faith lead us boldly to be the Body of Christ in our community.

Get in touch! pastorkimspc@gmail.com

Session Members

Class of 2022

Chip Burch

Jim Gehling

Class of 2023

Ellen Morton

David Boger

Class of 2024

Karen Johnson

Tim Saunders

   Carol H. Burnett – Director of Music and Organ

Carol, a native of Durham, has lived in Greensboro for many years and has been an organist/choir director at several churches in the area, including Faith Presbyterian, Westminster Presbyterian, and Grace United Methodist. She also was Director of Music and Choral Conductor at Salem Academy, a private vocal instructor in Winston-
Salem and Greensboro, the founder and Conductor of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical.

Center Chorale, and a singer with the Bel Canto Company. She has degrees in keyboard, voice, vocal pedagogy, and choral conductor from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and did further doctoral studies at The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She has further studies and a cognate in Sacred Music. In addition, Ms. Burnett has been actively involved in the Presbyterian Association of Musician’s Conference on Worship and Music and is very interested in designing music and liturgy for Presbyterian worship.

Her spouse, Dr. Edward (Ted) Burnett is a retired dentist and tenor who also has performed in the area. They have two children, Matt and Laura, and six grandchildren. She is very excited about this opportunity and eager to begin her ministry at Sedgefield Presbyterian.

Sedgefield Presbyterian Church is so blessed to have volunteers who give of their time and talents for our church throughout the week in the our church office, on church grounds, and the beautification of our Sanctuary. We give thanks!