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    January 07, 2021 | News

    We are delighted to welcome Chrissie Ozuna as PHPC’s new Mission & Ministry Coordinator. In this position, Chrissie looks forward to getting to know all the members of PHPC and working to strengthen our Mission & Outreach engagement and partnerships. Chrissie’s role is to ensure each and every PHPC member can more easily connect to mission opportunities and ways to serve within the congregation, and particularly, in the city and beyond. 

    “As our congregation deepens our commitment to transforming lives and communities as witnesses to Christ’s liberating love, Chrissie’s decade-long experience in the nonprofit sector, passion for working with diverse populations, and faithful discipleship will undoubtedly expand how we experience and join in God’s call to mission,” said Rev. Kathy Lee-Cornell, Associate Pastor for Mission & Outreach. 

    A South Texas native and a lover of all foods TexMex, Chrissie was born and raised in San Antonio where she grew up attending First Presbyterian Church. She has many fond memories of visits to Mo Ranch and youth mission trips. After graduating from the University of North Texas in Denton (B.S. in Child Development and Family Studies), Chrissie now lives in Dallas with her husband Brandon and awesome rescue dog Atlas. Chrissie is also a collector of vintage Pyrex bakeware and enjoys Hallmark movies, documentaries, and British murder mystery TV shows.

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    PHPC also welcomes Michael Martinez as our new Financial Assistant. Michael has experience in retail management, banking, and more recently as an HR/Office manager for a medical sales company. Michael will work in our Finance department with Laurie Jennings and Nina Davis.

    He lives in Wylie where he enjoys spending family time with his wife Laura, sons Zachary and Jacob and our dog Hollie. He is an active member of Canyon Creek Presbyterian Church where he serves as a deacon and youth sponsor. 

    Michael can be reached at

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