Rob Mueller was ordained as a minister in the PCUSA in 1987, and has been the pastor of Divine Redeemer Presbyterian Church since 1994.
Rob loves to hug people, hike, fish, garden, dance (to almost anything), do yoga at the beginning of the day, sing karaoke (Spanish and English), climb rocks, take photos, write poetry, kayak, travel, brew his own beer, make designer venison sausage (you have to taste it to believe it!) and ride his motorcycle.
Rob's involvement in the wider Presbyterian church has included serving Mission Presbytery on the spiritual Life division, keynoting for Youth Mid-winter conferences and serving as chair of the Hispanic Ministry Committee. Rob was instrumental in the launch of Mission Presbytery's Guatemala Partnership and served on that team for over a decade. He has served as a chaplain at the John KnoxRanch. Rob was elected a Commissioner to General Assembly in 2006. In 2009 the presbytery elected him to serve as Moderator for 2010 and 2011, and simultaneously served as the chair of the General Council of the presbytery during 2011.
Rob's passion is for local neighborhood mission and community development as a necessary ministry for the local congregation and he balances that passion with silence and contemplative prayer as essential spiritual disciplines in his life.