Meet our team members
Rev. Dr. Sid Mohn, Director
Rev. Dr. Sid Mohn is ordained clergy in the United Church of Christ and is professed in the Order of Ecumenical Franciscans. For 35 years he served as President of the global human rights organization, Heartland Alliance for Human Needs and Human Rights and provided leadership in the areas of poverty, migration, social marginalization, health care, housing, and trauma and torture.
Danielle M. Barnard, Coordinator
Born and raised in the Washington DC Metropolitan area, Danielle finds herself as a transplant in Southwest Michigan where she is studying to complete her Master of Science in Community and International Development at Andrews University. Her areas of passion include racial justice & reconciliation, economic justice, LGBTQ+ rights, and gender equality.
Imam Moustafa Elsayed,
Mr Elsayed serves as the Imam of the Islamic Society of Southwest Michigan. Moustafa was born in Egypt and received his degree in Islamic Studies from Al-Azhar University. He also has a Masters degree in Comparative Religion from Western Michigan University.
Rev. Sue Greenwood,
Sue serves as the pastor of First Congregational United Church of Christ of Coloma. A graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary, she has a passion for justice issues including the environment and loving all of our neighbors.
Lou is a lifelong member of The First Hebrew Congregation. As his father before him, he has served as a Board member, Vice-President, and President of FHC. He often leads religious events at the synagogue, and has served as assistant Cantor since he was sixteen. He is a teacher of drama and communications with Mattawan Consolidated School for the last eighteen years, and has taught for 37 years. He is active in local community theatre in the Kalamazoo area, and has performed professionally on stage and local commercials. Lou is the father of Sam Price and Rachel Miller-Price, and has two grandsons, Gabriel and Hunter.