Pastor Wilson was installed as our pastor May 18, 2014. He and his wife Missy have three children and come to us from Belton, Texas. Trinity Church is privileged to have a man of his competence and experience. We look forward to his fruitful ministry.
Mike and his wife Rachel have lived in the Tri-Cities for twenty years. They have four children and a host of grandchildren. Following a career as a mining engineer, Mike is now employed as an environmental cleanup engineer. Raised in the Lutheran church, he has found a permanent home in the reformed community. In his spare time, Mike enjoys photography.
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John is a partner in a livestock marketing firm which auctions and brokers cattle throughout the Northwest. While a rewarding career, happiness is found with his wife Wendy raising their four children and soaking up the sunshine at their home in Pasco. John has enjoyed the family’s pursuits in youth athletics, bluegrass music, and the memories made traveling together.
Peter moved to the Tri-Cities in 2005 after marrying his high school sweetheart DuRae. The two of them share a love for music, often getting out the guitar and violin for an evening of pickin and grinnin! Peter enjoys running and tests his endurance in marathons or half marathons. He works at the Hanford site and in his off time tries to create interesting items out of metal, wood and rocks, enhancing the beauty of a yard still in progress.
Harry Van Dyken
Harry Van Dyken is a Financial Advisor for Edward Jones Investments. He enjoys woodworking and creating furniture for his wife, Kristin, who is continually adding to his list. Their five children keep him busy and you can often find him wrestling with one of his boys or affectionally teasing one of his girls. During the summer you can find him knee deep in dirt from the garden.
Donald Van Dyken
Rev. Van Dyken has been our Pastor since 1993. He retired in 2011 and is currently Headmaster at Coram Deo Classical Christian Academy. He and his wife Ria enjoy gardening. Rev. occasionally works for Edward Jones and attempts to make wine and hard cider.