Rev. Ian Kellogg, Minister
Ian has been the minister at Mill Woods United since 2014, and this is his second posting as a minister. The first was in Saskatchewan, from 2011 to 2013, in three churches south of Moose Jaw along the border with Montana.
Before becoming a minister, Ian worked as a librarian and database content manager in Toronto.
Ian appreciates life in Edmonton for many reasons, not least being the life and work of Mill Woods United Church; and especially because this is where he met and married the love of his life, Kim Boyes.
Ian is inspired by the many activities of Mill Woods United and loves exploring purpose and place with all who gather here.
Bryan LeGrow, Music Director
Bryan LeGrow is an Edmonton based composer, pianist, and vocalist. He has completed his Diploma of Music from Grant MacEwan University, and his Bachelor of Music from the University of Alberta. Bryan works as an accompanist with many Edmonton choirs including Kokopelli, Tamariki, the Edmonton Children’s Opera Chorus, and Victoria School of the Arts. In addition to accompanying, Bryan composes and arranges choral music, and has had many pieces performed internationally. Bryan has sung with many choirs and vocal groups including Kokopelli, Òran, and the TIME association. He is also the founder and Baritone of the six person a cappella group, High Street Sound.
Liliana Angel, Office Administrator
Liliana has been working at Mill Woods United since February 2018. In addition to providing secretarial services to the minister and congregational committees, she produces the “What’s the Buzz” e-newsletter, maintains all our church records, and enjoys expressing her creativity with church publications.
Bruce McCarron, Caretaker
Bruce started work at Mill Woods United in the summer of 2020. He has nearly 30 years of experience as a custodian and general maintenance provider and currently provides similar services to McClure, Grace, and Southminister-Steinhauer United Churches. Bruce had glowing references and everyone we talked to spoke to his positive attitude, pride in his work and his willingness to develop relationships with our staff, congregants and other building users.