Piedmont United Methodist

Rethinking Church…

Piedmont United Methodist

Rethinking Church…


Our Staff

Our staff are responsible for guiding our congregation in making disciples of Christ  by helping us manage the daily activities of the church.   They are dedicated to serving our Piedmont community as well as our brothers and sisters in Christ from all corners of the world.   We invite you to visit us – learn of the gifts God has given each of them and perhaps share your own.

Get to know our staff below!

Staff Bios

Randy Wade

Senior Pastor

Rev. Randall “Randy” Wade is in his fourth year of serving Piedmont 1st UMC.  A native of Haviland, KS, he majored in Behavioral Science and Religion while playing football and serving as president of the Concert Choir at Sterling College.  After college, he earned a Masters of Theological Studies from Duke Divinity School at Duke University and a Masters of Divinity from Southern Methodist University’s Perkins School of Theology.  Outside of 3 years serving churches in North Texas while attending seminary, Randy has served the United Methodist Church in Oklahoma since 1992.  

Randy and his wife, Debbie have been married since 1990 and have three wonderful daughters, Bekah, Anna and Lydia.

In addition to church, Randy enjoys sports of all kinds, travel with his family, and has a particular love of fishing.


Staff Bios
Treasurer and Administrative Assistant

Mary Kay has called Piedmont home and been the smiling face and welcoming voice of PFUMC office for more than 20 years.

She and her husband J.D., have two grown children and five rambunctious grandchildren.  She is an avid gardener, coffee drinker and book lover – and if you don’t find her doing one of those things, you will surely find her happily surrounded by her many adopted dogs.

Staff Bios
Music Director

Marci is a magician and miracle worker in one… able to transform even those of us with no musical abilities into rather adroit talents.   Her ability to turn an inexperienced set of players into an award winning bell choir is amazing.  We would love for you to join us for Choir and Bell Choir – talented or talentless – we just have a lot of fun.

Emily Bacon
Children’s Director

A vivacious and effervescent person who undeniably loves kids!  Emily’s boundless energy and charisma is well suited to her chosen profession as a 1st grade teacher and she brings that same energy and devotion to making sure children know they are loved by God – and because they are loved, they should share that love with the entire world.

Staff Bios
Tweens and Mid-High Director

Gifted both with angelic pipes and impressive leadership skills, Carrie leads our-up-and coming youth from fifth to eight grade as well as sings in our Praise! band during our Contemporary Service each Sunday morning at 11:00 AM.

Staff Bios
Children’s Day Out  (CDO) Director

Shaynee is our very talented director overseeing the Children’s Day Out program for the Piedmont Area.   She and her family are long-time residents of Piedmont and she plans to adopt 32 more children in the upcoming years.

Staff Bios
Nursery Director

Janet watches over our most precious of angles and ensures they are well taken care of while Moms and Dads attend worship and church events with their families.

Staff Bios
Senior High Youth Director

Ryan “Cookie” Cook – a former US Airman, is the talented leader of our Senior High Youth group.  One of the original Jim Henson Muppets, he has since lost much of his trademark purple-blue hair.

Staff Bios
Janitorial Director

John and his team are unsung heroes – working long after others have left for the comforts of their own homes to ensure the facilities are spotless from top to bottom.  More importantly, John ensures the vast array of tables and chair layouts are taken care of as needs arise from the routine to the emergencies.

Roxie Morgan
Youth Intern

Roxie has been a member of Piedmont UMC since 2008.   She’s currently a junior an the University of Central Oklahoma (Go Bronchos!) studying business administration.   Roxie has been an integral part of our youth for several years – working both with our own local community and with youth across the state in United Methodist programs ensuring today’s youth understand God’s importance in their lives.   We feel blessed she is with us and working further to discover her calling in ministry.