Urban Pastor / Chaplain / Activist:
Rev. Karen Hernandez-Granzen has been the pastor at Westminster since 1995. She earned her A.A.S. from New York City College of Technology in 1982, her B.A. from California State University Los Angeles in 1988, and in 1994, her M.Div from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. She was a PCUSA delegate to the Jubilee World Council of Churches in 1998, in Zimbabwe. She was the 2017 Community Partner-in-Residence, of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, Princeton University. She was a member of the Trenton Latino Advisory Council, and now the Co-Chair of the Trenton’s Art Music and and Culture Committee. Currently, she a Princeton Civil Rights Commissioner, the Chaplain of the Bethany House of Hospitality: a Young Adult Intentional Community, and the Co-Moderator of United Mercer Interfaith Organization. She is a respected teacher and mentor for seminary interns and for clergy training and specializes in multicultural and urban ministry. She is a member of Princeton Theological Seminary's Urban Ministry Initiative Cabinet. She is married to the Rev. Dr. Michael Granzen, and the mother of Mikaella and Olivia.
Rev. Karen Hernandez-Granzen