church Leadership

  • Rev. Staci Imes accepted a call to serve WPPC in August of 2013 and quickly fell in love with this dynamic, creative, inclusive and justice-minded community of faith. Pastor Staci strives to teach and live a model of engaged spirituality and she enjoys folding the visual arts and music into all aspects of her work. As a faith leader, activist, and artist, Pastor Staci is passionate about ecumenical and interfaith social justice work. She has worked and volunteered as an advocate and educator for programs and issues related to immigration, homelessness, and peace-making.


  • Ellen Acton

    Parish Associate

    Rev. Dr. Ellen Action received her Master's of Divinity from Princeton Seminary, and her D.Min. from San Francisco Seminary. She has served PC (USA) congregations in Alliance, Ohio; Southfield, Michigan; and Ann Arbor, Michigan before retiring to Seattle to be near her daughter, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter. Prior to entering the ministry, she had a brief career as a professional French horn player, and teaching instrumental music in the Cincinnati Public Schools. She began attending WPPC in 2015, and became a Parish Associate in 2017. Her interests are in inner-city ministry, feminist theology, and multicultural congregations.


  • jeffrey wilsor

    minister of music

    Jeffrey Wilsor is a Western Washington native who returned to the Pacific Northwest in 2016 after several years away. Growing up in music ministry, he has since made a life in communal music. In Nashville, Jeff studied Musical Theatre Performance at Belmont University, going on to join their staff as accompanist and assistant music director. In New York City, he entertained in piano bars and worked in the founding states of the Women's Ensemble of the Young New Yorkers' Chorus, along with taking side work in cabaret and theatre as a musical director and actor. It was this work that also led him to meet and marry Dustin, a fellow actor, musician, and arts educator. Upon moving back to Seattle, Jeff was ecstatic to join WPPC as Minister of Music, in 2016. He strives to lead and curate a program of diversity, inclusion, and excellence.