Ry Siggelkow, Pastor
Phone: 612-375-9483 ext. 2
Ry Siggelkow combines pastoral work with teaching theology at the University of St. Thomas and Bethel University. He received his M.A. and B.A. from St. Thomas and a Ph.D. in theology and Christian ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary. His preaching and teaching focus on the peace witness of the church, the mission of the church in the world, and the contemporary significance of the black theological tradition. His essays on these themes have appeared in a number of academic and popular denominational journals, including Anabaptist Witness, Conrad Grebel Review, and The Mennonite. He was a featured speaker and workshop leader at Princeton’s inaugural Karl Barth Conference for Pastors in 2015, and is co-editor (with Nancy J. Duff) of the forthcoming volume, The Revolutionary Gospel: Paul Lehmann and the Direction of Theology Today (Fortress Press). He is currently writing an introductory book on theology from a “free church” perspective with the baptist theologian, Christian Collins Winn. Ry lives in Northeast Minneapolis with his wife, Marcia, and their three children, Owen, Aleida, and Wendy.