Lead Pastor – Amanda Rohrer
I am a follower of Jesus! If there is one thing that defines me, it is the love Jesus has for me. But I am also a wife, mother, and pastor—in that order. Raising teenagers has taught me a lot about the need for community and the key elements needed for life transformation. I am grateful for all that Hannah, Isaiah, and Avery have taught me.
My biggest passion is the local church. To see her experience freedom and purpose so that the world may know that the Kingdom of God is here! My biggest advocate in this audacious endeavor is the man I have been in love with for 17 years. By far, Doug has been the one who has taught me that transparency, authenticity and vulnerability are possible when the love of Christ is present in relationships. To him I am forever grateful.
Dean first came to Gingrichs with his family as a six-year old boy. After college years at Eastern Mennonite College and Penn State University, he returned to Lebanon County and has been involved at Gingrichs ever since. Dean has held various leadership positions in the congregation over the years, planning and leading worship remains one of his main interests.
Dean grew up on a dairy farm and owned and managed a farming enterprise with his brothers until 1996. He has stayed involved with agriculture and for the last fifteen years has been working in sales and design for a construction company building barns.
Dean and his wife Mary Ann reside near Mt. Gretna and are parents of two children, Maria, who lives in Atlanta, GA, and Tyler, married to Allison, who live in Elizabethtown, PA.
Doreen Miller is licensed by Lancaster Mennonite Conference as Congregational Spiritual Director.
Born a missionary kid in Africa, Doreen is a wife to Myron (40+ years), mother (of four daughters and four sons-in-law), grandmother (of eight), retired physician and missionary, trained spiritual director, and trained supervisor of spiritual directors. Her BSW and MD are from the University of Illinois, and her MAR in Spiritual Formation is from Evangelical Theological Seminary.
Doreen’s lifelong passion has been learning to love God and others (Mt 22:37-39) and encouraging others to do the same. To learn more about Doreen and/or the Christian practice of spiritual direction, go to eyesarentenough.com.
Myron Miller is a rural family practice physician. He spent several years doing medical mission work in Zambia and Honduras. He enjoys reading and being out in the beauty of God’s creation.
Myron grew up in Indiana, the son of a Mennonite pastor. He went to Goshen College and then the University of Illinois for medical school. Myron is also a trained spiritual director. He has
authored two books, Think on These Things, a year-long devotional book, and Good Grief, a book about the journey of grieving.
Myron and Doreen have been married for over forty years. They have four married daughters and eight grandchildren. One of his favorite areas of ministry is teaching adult Sunday school classes.
“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.“