Rev. Mike Ulasewich
Rev. Mike Ulasewich’s personal mission is to encourage and nurture others to a deeper faith in Christ through preaching, teaching, coaching, and pastoral presence. Pastor Mike graduated with his MDiv from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 2005. He also has an MA and a BA in Literature from The University of Florida, where he focused on Southern Literature. He served as solo pastor of The First Presbyterian Church of Apopka, Florida, from 2006 to 2014 and was a Resident CPE Chaplain at Tampa General Hospital before that. Most recently, he served as an English teacher at Lake Minneola High School, near Clermont, Florida.Pastor Mike has been married to his wife, Selena, since 1999–two years after they met while they were both in the University of Florida marching band. They have three children: Rebekah is 11, Glendon is 6, and Lena is 21 months. Selena is a businesswoman, a teacher, and a wonderful Bible Study leader. Rebekah is a gifted student with a great sense of humor. Glendon is earnest yet fun. Lena is sweet and caring. Pastor Mike enjoys reading and listening to music. He also enjoys being outside. He is a runner and cyclist and dreams of one day completing an Ironman Triathlon. He enjoys traveling and nature–particularly witnessing God’s magnificent creation. He has visited 25 of our nation’s 59 national parks and hopes to one day have visited all of them.
Director of Music
Suzie is the Church Administrator at FPC. She joined the FPC staff in December 2005 and feels blessed to serve God in this capacity. She grew up in Perryville and graduated from Arkansas Tech University in Russellville with a BA degree in journalism. Suzie moved to Conway when she married her husband Randy in 1993. They have two daughters, Sierra and Victoria.
Alex I. Mamani Segales started his musical studies at the National School of Music and the National Conservatory of Music in La Paz, Bolivia, where he studied piano under Teresa Díaz, Selma Pauletti, and Elizabeth Tapia. Before coming to the United States, he worked as staff pianist of the National Symphony Orchestra of Bolivia and the Bolivian Choir Society, as well as teaching piano at the American Institute and the Contemporary School of Music and playing the harpsichord in several Baroque
ensembles. In 2020, he graduated from the University of Central Arkansas where he studied piano under Neil Rutman. During his time at UCA he played piano and keyboard in the Conway Symphony Orchestra,
Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble, with whom he performed at the Carnegie Hall in New York in 2018. He is serving as pianist at First Presbyterian Church in Conway since 2016.
Conway Cradle Care Director