Pastor Katherine Tuttle
Katherine Tuttle received her MDiv from the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago in 2015 and completed a hospital chaplain residency the following year at Rush University Medical Center. She was ordained in 2019 and served as the pastor of a PC(USA) and ELCA federated church outside Spokane WA until 2022 when her family relocated to the Metro DC area. Currently she is called to serve as interim pastor of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Southwest DC and is also serving as a resident minister at Georgetown University. She believes good ministry is grounded in relationship and the formation of a supportive community. Finding ways to be an authentic, active listening presence in liminal spaces is one of the greatest joys she finds in her call to ministry. Katherine has experience accompanying congregations through times of transition and is looking forward to learning more about new and renewing ministries through her involvement on the table.
Katherine lives with her husband and their two small children on the Georgetown University campus. In her free time, Katherine loves baking bread, walking, reading, spending time with her family, and playing the ukulele very poorly.