Leadership and Staff Neil Quinn, Senior Pastor In December of 2016, University Reformed Church and the families in Kalamazoo called Rev. Neil Quinn to be the church planter of Good Shepherd. Neil received his B.A. in Philosophy from Michigan State University and his M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Before coming to Kalamazoo, Neil and his family lived in the greater Chicago area while Neil served at Spring Valley Presbyterian Church (now Christ Presbyterian Church), first as an assistant pastor, and then as their interim pastor. Neil is married to Leandra, and they have four energetic kids: Brielle, Corin, Talitha, and Winston. The Quinns enjoy living in Kalamazoo, and they yearn for the church to advance the gospel in the Kalamazoo community and on the local college campuses. They are excited to see how God may use Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church in the future. [email protected] Ryan Potter, Associate Pastor Ryan Potter is married to Sarah, and they have three children: Liam, Gwendolyn, and Calvin. Prior to coming to Good Shepherd, Ryan obtained an M. Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Ryan later worked with Spartan Christian Fellowship at University Reformed Church in East Lansing. While he was there, he served as the interim director of the church's outreach to Michigan State University. Passionate about Reformed theology, Ryan is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Ryan is excited for the church to reach out to college students at Western Michigan University and other local colleges in the Kalamazoo area. He enjoys playing board games and sports, meeting with college students, and spending time with his family. [email protected] Courtney Webb, Administrative Assistant Courtney Webb is married to Thomas, and they have been blessed with a son, Michael. Courtney and Thomas have been with Good Shepherd since 2017. [email protected] Get to Know Us As a Presbyterian church in Kalamazoo, Good Shepherd upholds the historic reformed faith. We proclaim the Word and the praise the Lord as we're instructed by Scripture. As representatives of Christ in the world, we seek to magnify him and love our city, making disciples who delight in him and his ways.