Nancy and her husband, Jim, began DSPC in August 2005 and have loved just about every minute since then making new friends and growing closer to Christ together. Nancy and Jim have a son and a daughter: James, married to Robbin and Elizabeth, married to Sean. They have five awesome grandkids who Nancy loves hanging out with as much as possible. Another passion is riding horses—she even used to do some barrel racing back in the day! She can often be found laughing, walking, traveling and eating with friends. She always has a few good books going. Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mitch has been part of the DSPC community since May 2009. He has a passion for worship, youth and mission. Seeing the people of God from the very youngest to the oldest come together to love, serve, and glorify God as one body is what gets him motivated to give his whole heart to serving God as Pastor at DSPC. When he’s not singing, preaching, or serving, he’s watching Netflix, listening to a wide variety of musical tastes and relaxing with his friends and family. He and his wife Taylor have two kids, David and Charlotte, who can often be found on their Daddy’s hip! Contact Mitch at email@example.com
Dee has been part of the DSPC family since 2011, managing the church office, human resources and finances. Her favorite part of any day is greeting everyone who calls or comes in our doors. She is married to the love of her life, Doug, and between them have three grown kids, embracing the adage “blended can be beautiful!” Dee and Doug serve in many areas at DSPC, not because they feel obligated, but because they know how Christ through the local church finally found and saved them and their family. Dee’s passion is music “lyrics are everything!” and blesses the DSPC community by singing in the 9:30 worship service. Contact Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Ministries Pastor
Amy joined the DSPC staff in 2016. She serves as Director of Family Ministries and works to implement a cradle-to-college strategy that meets kids where they are in life and faith. Believing every phase of a kids' life reminds us they're fearfully and wonderfully made, she's driven to engage kids not just to know the story of God, but to fall in love with the God of the story. She's previously served other churches in Children's Ministry and Church Marketing and Communications as well as being a full time mom for over a decade. She and her husband Shayne keep busy raising their three school age sons, Travis, Cole and Grant. She believes in the power of families, the impact of the local church and the goodness of Sonic Happy Hour. Contact Amy at email@example.com
Zeeke joined the DSPC staff as Youth Director in October of 2016. Zeeke’s ministry path was shaped during his time as a camper at Sky Ranch, where one of his counselors told Zeeke that the reason he came back to camp each summer was to “see his face.” Having a mentor invest in him in that way, Zeeke felt a different type of love and felt called to extend that to the next generation. Thus, his passion for student ministry and his desire to bring heaven to earth was born. Apart from ministry, you can catch Zeeke coaching sports, on the court himself, playing music, sharing a laugh and going on adventures. Contact Zeeke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor of Spiritual Formation
Jim and his wife Nancy began DSPC in August 2005. He enjoys and loves the fantastic people of Dripping Springs! Jim is the Pastor of Spiritual Formation at DSPC and has a passion for encouraging people to grow closer to Christ. Jim and Nancy have a son and a daughter: James who is married to Robbin. They have two sons. Elizabeth is married to Sean. They have four children. Jim enjoys spending time with Nancy, his children and grandchildren as well as running, ranching, horses, reading and being with friends. His other interests include teaching financial management, serving on community boards, building, and being a worship musician.
2018 Church Officers
Our elders and deacons offer leadership, wisdom and direction to our church and how we remain true to our beliefs.
Mary Beth Pinkerton
Ann Van Eaton