Marc has been serving as Senior Pastor at the Vineyard since December 2015. He has over twenty years of ministry experience, providing leadership to ministries from twenty people to leading in a church of over 20,000. Marc has a passion for making the Bible come to life and to make it accessible to everyday life. Marc is a fun dad of two amazing kids – Leah and Liam and is also blessed to be married to Keri, whom he considers to be an extraordinarily gifted leader and ministry partner in building the Church.
Aaron wants to sit down and buy you a coffee and hear about you, abou twhat brings you to the church, what has kept you at the church, or what your life is like and how he can walk that out with you. And if there’s time, he can tell you about his 15 years of ministry experience, his passion for cultivating a culture of connectedness and family within the church, and his heart for serving in the church and in the community. He may also talk about his two incredible kids, Gabe and Lula, and his amazingly artistic and smart wife Abbey, his love of the outdoors, kayaking, running, and reading. Send him an email to set up a coffee or lunch!
Lucas is very excited about where God wants to take worship at the Vineyard. Lucas leads worship for our weekend services and special events. Although you typically see him playing guitar and singing, most of his musical experience is with the clarinet.
Lucas’ passion for worship started at a young age, and he started playing worship for a small group around age 12. From there, Lucas began leading worship with his sister at the Grant County Vineyard. He thought he was just having fun helping out the church, but he didn’t realize the whole time God was equipping him for so much more. Lucas graduated from the University of Louisville in 2017 with a degree in music education, where he played clarinet in both the wind ensemble and marching band.
Besides playing music, Lucas loves to help work on the family farm with cattle, pigs, and horses. He also loves nature and the outdoors; hiking, camping, and rock climbing all sound great to him on his days off. He’ll be the first to admit that he’ll never be the next Michael Jordan but he still enjoys playing some basketball.