Rev. Dr. Liz Mosbo VerHage serves Quest Church by overseeing our commitments to reconciliation, justice and compassion, global presence, and helping lead the Bridge Care Center’s mission with homeless and economically struggling men and women in Ballard. She is passionate about equipping the church to love God and love others holistically as a necessary and life-giving part of discipleship – through education, authentic relationships, intentional ministry, and advocacy. Her experience includes community organizing, consulting, racial reconciliation, writing and curriculum development, leadership of national church programs, non-profit administration, and preaching/teaching in various church and academic contexts.
Pastor Liz is ordained by the ECC, completed graduate degrees in Theology and Community Development from North Park Seminary, and earned her Doctorate in Theology and Ethics from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. She serves in various leadership/consultant roles within the ECC, is on the Seattle Pacific Seminary Advisory Board, is a proud partner within Evangelicals4Justice, and is an adjunct professor in urban ministry and theology with several graduate schools. Liz and her husband Peter love exploring new neighborhoods, spending time with friends, and enjoying Thai food with their two young children in Seattle, where they relocated in 2013 after 15 years of ministry in Chicago, IL. You can contact her below and read more on her blog: www.livingtheology.net