Our Board



EATHAN MURPHY, PRESIDENT
MISSY NACK, SECRETARY

JENNIFER JOHNSON, MEMBER
SHELLY ANN, MEMBER

MARVIN BIRZER, TREASURER
CAROLYN SMOLIJ, MEMBER

  • Our Pastor

    Libby Tedder Hugus is curious, courageous and compassionate. She aims to embody, embrace and empower more love. She is a wife, mama, pastor, coach, author and obsessive podcast/audiobook consumer. She believes there is always room for one more around the table: both at home and in God's family and that generous hospitality can and will heal the world. She loves the mountain air, hikes in the woods, international submersion travel, and sharing well-crafted beverages with friends.

    Libby is the daughter of two continents: North America and Africa and maintains dual citizenship between the USA and Republic of South Africa. Having moved to Casper, she has fallen in love with this slice of the windy western frontier, finding breathing room for the soul in Wyoming's wide open skies.

    Libby is a published author, contributing essays to eight anthologies and co-author of "Marks of the Missional Church". Find her work listed here.

    She is an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament, ordained with the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. and proud member of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities movement. Learn more here.

    She is a trained coach with the International Coach Federation. Libby is available for coaching services. Click here to schedule coaching.



  • Our Ani Wa

    Jessika Waldron is a Resident for The Table, Casper Wyoming. Discerning a call to ministry, Jessika attends Iona, an outreach Seminary for rural communities through the Seminary of the Southwest. Serving the community in a variety of ways, Jessika finds peace in creating healing through relationship building, compassionate listening and hospitality. Former Montessori Teacher, Senior Life Enrichment Coordinator and Teen Librarian, Jessika recognizes the deep longing for meaningful spirituality at every age. Jessika has a passion for illuminating spiritual gifts and plugging her community into the source of those gifts for the greater good.

    When not engaging full-heartedly with her spiritual community, Jessika can be found lounging with her husband and two daughters on a patch of green earth, practicing Qigong or snuggling with her fur babies.

    Jessika's Residency is made possible in partnership with the PCUSA 1001 New Worshiping Communities training initiative.

  • Our Ani Wa

    Jessika Waldron is a Resident for The Table, Casper Wyoming. Discerning a call to ministry, Jessika attends Iona, an outreach Seminary for rural communities through the Seminary of the Southwest. Serving the community in a variety of ways, Jessika finds peace in creating healing through relationship building, compassionate listening and hospitality. Former Montessori Teacher, Senior Life Enrichment Coordinator and Teen Librarian, Jessika recognizes the deep longing for meaningful spirituality at every age. Jessika has a passion for illuminating spiritual gifts and plugging her community into the source of those gifts for the greater good.

    When not engaging full-heartedly with her spiritual community, Jessika can be found lounging with her husband and two daughters on a patch of green earth, practicing Qigong or snuggling with her fur babies.

    Jessika's Residency is made possible in partnership with the PCUSA 1001 New Worshiping Communities training initiative.

  • Our Pastoral Resident

    Mary Margaret Cartisano is our newest Resident for The Table, Casper Wyoming. While on her journey of discovering her call in ministry, Mary is growing in her passion for artists and the beauty they bring. Mary will be partnering with our friends in the Casper Mural Project. After 4 years overseas as a missionary and kitchen manager in Northern Ireland, Mary has 10 years of experience in the food industry. Serving the community through the hospitality of a good meal is an overflow of her heart. She will be heading off the future of The Tables meals, and participating cooks. Another facet of her time with us will be spent connecting with the community about racial and refugee justice and reconciliation. Mary’s missional background focused on forgiveness and reconciliation in countries of conflict, and she hopes to bring some of the training to use here with us in Casper.

    When not immersed in her work, Mary enjoys chilling out with her husband, painting, exercising, or adventuring throughout Wyoming.