Are You Interested In Joining The Well's Team?
Find your next adventure!
As The Well continues to grow, we are always looking for talented and passionate people to add to the team! Whether it's a role on staff, our Executive Leadership Team, or as a key volunteer leading an area of ministry, we'd love to help you find your seat on team! Click the button below to email us and set up a time to connect!
Danny is the planting pastor of The Well. His vision for our church began years ago with a simple passion - to create compelling spaces that engaged those who feel far from God. As our lead pastor, Danny's main role is to guide our congregation towards fulfilling its vision of sparking a God-sized movement through which we see 100% of our region move into a transformative relationship with Jesus. Danny and his wife, Annie have three kiddos (Knox, JoJo & Gracie) who you'll probably witness destroying pizza and their drink of choice on any given Sunday.
Jennifer currently serves as The Well's Executive Director. In her role, she helps to make our vision a reality. Jen has been leading marketing event organizations over the last 20+ years. Combine a calling from God and the pandemic, Jen took the opportunity to respond with a pivot in her career. She's also served as a part of The Well’s launch team as well as our Executive Leadership Team. You will likely see Jen, her husband Brian and their 3 kids (Ryely, Avery & Audrey) all playing a part in Sunday’s service either in the band or serving communion.
Sadie wears many hats at The Well. Whether it's leading worship on a Sunday morning, overseeing our ministry on TikTok, capturing amazing photos, or developing other creative leaders, she is sure to be doing something thats helping The Well achieve its vision. Sadie has been leading worship since she was 17, and studied worship ministry at Lincoln Christian University and ministry studies at Moody Theological Seminary. In her spare time, Sadie loves photography, drinking over-priced coffee, traveling as much as possible, and being a mediocre plant-mom.