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Employment History

Pastor
St. Luke Lutheran Church

Member, Pastoral Staff
St. Luke Lutheran Church

Pastor
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection

Education

Master of Divinity degree

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary



Leadership Jefferson County



Lakewood Citizens' Police Academy

Web References (10 Total References)


Meet our Staff

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Charles R. Exley, Pastor chuckexley@comcast.net

Pastor Exley, who grew up in Albuquerque, joined the pastoral staff at St. Luke following two interim ministries. Having entered semi-retirement in 2001, he returned to Albuquerque after 30 years in parish ministry. During that time he served parishes in Louisiana and Colorado. Pastor Exley is a graduate of Manzano High School, the University of New Mexico, and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. He brings a wealth of experience in preaching, teaching and community service. Pastor Exley became a permanent part of the St. Luke staff in February 2004.


Chuck, Ret.

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Pastor Chuck Exley, Ret.

Smell It Brewing, by Pastor Chuck, Ret.
Letter from Chuck
Pastor Exley served as the pastor of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection from 1976 through 2001.
The Rev. Charles R. Exley is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.He also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California.
Upon completion of his academic training, Pastor Exley served a year of internship at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Littleton, Colorado.He was ordained in April 1971, accepting a call to become pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bossier City, Louisiana.After five years in Louisiana, he returned to the Rocky Mountain Synod, becoming pastor of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Lakewood, Colorado.He has served in that position for more than 24 years.
During his time at Resurrection Church, Pastor Exley has served many leadership roles within the synod.He has served as an Educational Ministry consultant, organized and presented two conferences on Small Church Ministries, chaired a task force to redevelop the Worship Committee within the synod, and has been elected twice to the Congregational Ministries Board.
As part of his service within the Lakewood community, Pastor Exley is a graduate of the Lakewood Citizens' Police Academy and Leadership Jefferson County.After completing that year-long program, he served on Leadership Jefferson County's Steering Committee for ten years.Appointed by the Chief Judge of Colorado's First Judicial District, Pastor Exley served currently on the Domestic Violence Treatment Providers Certification Board, helping to grant certification to counseling agencies who receive court-ordered clients convicted of domestic violence.He was also a board officer for the Caring Connection.
Having written for many periodicals, Pastor Exley served three years as a regular columnist for a statewide Lutheran newspaper.One of his recent short stories was selected for use by Alzheimer's Outreach.
On the 27th of May, 2001, Pastor Chuck ended his career after serving our congregation for 25 years.After a great retirement reception on the 6th of May, 2001 followed by Pastor Chuck's final service on the 27th of May, Chuck bid farewell to his congregation and will be moving to New Mexico to enjoy "the good life!"


Caring Connection Board of Directors

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Chuck ExleySecretaryPastorLutheran Church of the ResurrectionLakewood

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Who Is This Exley Guy

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Rev. Charles R. Exley, (Ret.)The Rev. Charles R. Exley, now retired from full-time pastoral ministry, is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.He also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California.

Upon completion of his academic training, Pastor Exley served a year of internship at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Littleton, Colorado.He was ordained in April 1971, accepting a call to become pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bossier City, Louisiana.After five years in Louisiana, he returned to the Rocky Mountain Synod, becoming pastor of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Lakewood, Colorado.He served as their pastor for 25 years, retiring in May 2001.
During his time at Resurrection Church, Pastor Exley served in many leadership roles within the Synod and the Lakewood community.He served as an Educational Ministry Consultant, organized and presented two conferences on Small Church Ministries, chaired a task force to redevelop the Synod's Worship Committee, and was elected twice to the Congregational Ministries Board.
Chuck is also a graduate of Leadership Jefferson County and the Lakewood Citizens' Police Academy.In addition he served for ten years as a member of Leadership Jefferson County's Steering Committee.Appointed by the Chief Judge of Colorado's First Judicial District, Pastor Exley represented the community-at-large on the Domestic Violence Treatment Providers' Certification Board, evaluating and certifying counseling agencies who receive court-ordered clients convicted of domestic violence.
In 1994, Chuck Exley was appointed to the "25th Birthday Commission" for the city of Lakewood, Colorado.In that role he published a book on the churches of Lakewood and collaborated with his son to write a hymn used by Lakewood churches.
Having written for many periodicals, Pastor Exley served three years as a regular columnist for a statewide Lutheran newspaper.He has also written many short stories, one of which was recently selected for use by the organization Alzheimer's Outreach.
Chuck has been married to Carol for the past 21 years.He has two children - a son Joe, who lives with his wife in New York City, and a daughter Karen, who continues to reside in Denver.Upon retirement he returned to New Mexico, his childhood home.As he puts it, "The desert continued to call."


Thanks to Kent Mueller, Mike Hamilton, ...

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Thanks to Kent Mueller, Mike Hamilton, and Chuck Exley for all their hard work to make this a go.

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Indeed, our thanks to Pastor Mike Hamilton (St. Timothy, El Paso) and Pastor Chuck Exley (St. Luke, Albuquerque).

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