Ministry Staff

  • Daniel Breed

    Senior Pastor

    Dan and his wife Erin were married in 2001 and are the parents of Ellie ('04), Morgan ('06), Caroline ('10) and Claire ('12). Previous to their return to Wisconsin they worked with two church plants in Colorado. Dan is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and a graduate from Denver Seminary and The George Washington University. Both Dan and Erin love connecting people to church and are known to invite people over to their home to enjoy ice cream with homemade chocolate sauce, play board games (yeah they are geeky), and talk about life. In addition, Dan loves triathlons, coaching his daughter's volleyball team and reading about the Civil War.  


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  • David Ehmke

    Associate Pastor

    David and his wife Allison have been married since 2013 and they welcomed their daughter, Lucy, to the family in 2020. David comes from a small family (he is the third of 13 children) in northeast Indiana. After high school, he moved to Allison's hometown of Mobile, Alabama to attend the University of South Alabama, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications/Public Relations. In 2018 David graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary in Saint Louis, Missouri with a Master of Divinity.


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  • Tony Beach

    Pastoral Counselor

    Tony and his wife Julie are both from Sheboygan Falls, WI and are the grateful parents of Jeremiah, Levi, Hannah, Elizabeth, and three unborn children who they are eager to meet in heaven. While living 18 years in the Twin Cities, Tony obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Cross Cultural Communications from Bethany International University, a Master of Divinity from Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, and directed the mentoring program for at-risk kids and oversaw the career adults ministry at Bethlehem Baptist. Afterward, he served as Pastor for Family Ministries at Valley Baptist Church and went on to obtain his doctorate in ministry for counseling at Westminster Seminary, founding Redemption Counseling Ministries to help Northeastern Wisconsin churches in counseling and heart change. His history includes his own several year struggle with depression and anxiety, experiencing God's deep work in Christ. He loves helping others find God's strength in their own struggles.


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  • Adrienne Saucedo

    Administrative Assistant & Co-Director of Music

    Adrienne and her husband Moises have four children Santiago ('14), Mateo ('16), Elias ('18) and Ezequiel ('21). Adrienne is a graduate of Lawrence University with a Double Major in Vocal Performance and Biology and is happy to use her musical gift to praise God and serve the church. In her spare time, which becomes more and more precious as the family grows, she likes to read a variety of books, ranging from classic literature to YA Fiction. She and Moises are also unabashed movie-lovers, their date nights complete with popcorn and midnight showings!


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  • Cassie Schwandt

    Co-Director of Music

    Cassie and her husband Stephen have been married since 2015 and are the proud parents of Elise ('18) and Keston ('20). Cassie is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point with a double major in music and arts management. Music has an ability to connect to the hearts of believers and she feels blessed to lead the congregation in praise and worship on Sundays. In addition to playing piano, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, taking pictures, being outdoors and curling up with a good book.


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  • Benjamin Novak

    Co-Director of Music

    Benjamin and his wife, Hannah, have been married since 2018; they have a beautiful daughter (Beatrix) and they long to meet their son (Lawrence) who waits for them in heaven. Benjamin thanks the Lord for steeping him in music since a young age: he took piano lessons for 10 years, sang with his dad in the church choir, competed musically in high school and college, and grew up in a church that sang rich hymns. He still pushes himself musically by learning new instruments, receiving vocal instruction, and writing the occasional hymn. He counts it a privilege to lead the congregation in their corporate singing, and he enjoys coordinating musicians, arranging service music, and planning services. Outside of music, Benjamin is completing a masters of divinity degree through Reformed Theological Seminary, and his hobbies include sampling his wife's (delicious!) cooking, thrifting, and maintaining a small urban garden.


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