As a professional composer, arranger, and jazz musician, Dan Geisler’s coordination of music for Sunday worship services creates a culture of excellence in music that helps us worship in a way that honors God and builds the church. Sundays include Dan’s original arrangements of contemporary songs and classic hymns and each week he conducts of a trio (to a quintet) of world-class talented musicians. Dan completed a double major in Music (Piano Emphasis) and Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and a Masters in Studio Music and Jazz Arranging from the University of Miami. Prior to coming to City Church Denver in 2001 (since the beginning) Dan had been music director for two churches in Colorado, a member of the adjunct faculty (Jazz Piano) at the University of Miami, and a keyboardist/musical director with Jon Secada’s world tour. He continues to play professionally and you may catch him playing with or leading jazz groups in various music venues throughout Denver. He also continues to do arrangement and composing work for major record label artists and music publication companies. Dan and his wife Roxane, along with their four children, live in Highlands Ranch.
As the Sunday Operations Intern, David Hillman is responsible for coordinating the Sunday Teams. David graduated from Gordon College in 2008 where he met his wife Ty. Most recently, David graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, MN. He enjoys playing rugby, making found object art, and hiking with his wife and their new baby Sloane.
Connie Clark serves as our Church Administrator. She worked as an administrative assistant with J.P.Morgan for three years prior to her role at City Church Denver, but has been a member since 2009. She graduated from Regis University with a degree in English. She and husband, Casey, are both Colorado natives and are two of the many new parents at City Church Denver. Their son, Peyton, was born in December of 2012. And although Connie and Casey love the Bronco’s, their son was not named after Peyton Manning…. unless he wins a Super Bowl… then they may change their story.