Greg Daulton - Lead Pastor
Greg Daulton is our Lead Pastor and has been since 2007. He and his wife became believers in 1985 and he has been leading churches in Washington and Idaho since 1990. He holds a B.A. in Pastoral Ministries from Northwest University and has authored one book, Godsick, and is working on several others. He loves teaching, history, playing basketball and soccer, reading and boardgames. He could eat salmon three times a day for the rest of his life, and he still thinks Petra is cool. And yes ... he thinks Captain America is the greatest superhero (you can try to debate him, but it won't do you any good).
Zack Cash - Youth & Children's Pastor
Zack is our Youth & Children’s Pastor. He and his wife Jessica have been married for 19 years and have four kids; Tyler, Emma, Megan, and Ava. If it is outdoors, sports or coffee ... they are there! The Cash family has been a part of MRCC since 1998 and have been on staff since 2011.
Zack has a BA from Central Washington University and is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God.
Dave Yoder - Community Life Pastor
Dave Yoder born in San Jose, Costa Rica. Grew up oldest son of parents who dedicated their lives to pastoring and missions with the Mennonite church. Attended Christian high school and Christian College. Graduating in 1985 with a BS. degree in Health education and Physical education. Dave excelled in high school soccer basketball, but developed a passion for teaching skiing during college.
Eventually that led Dave and his wife Nancy who is a nurse to Wa. state, where he intended to pursue a career in the ski industry. As is the case with some dreams that was not to be. Dave has maintained involvement in ski teaching for over 30 yrs. In the mean time through a series of life events including the birth of their two daughters. Dave and Nancy began to seek his spiritual roots in earnest.and found a loving community to call home at MRCC. Dave has pursued a passion for small groups and relationships the last 71/2 years. He served 11/2 terms on the board of deacons, before resigning to to become the community life Pastor at MRCC. Dave Say's "I'm not sure exactly when it happened ,but somewhere along my path, I fell in love with my church family. It became so much more than just my church! and just people.
It is my deepest desire to foster a sense of community, where no one ever lacks for acceptance, compassion, love and belonging. As is God's plan for his people.
Dallas Olson - Worship Pastor
Gary Gribble - Associate Pastor / Facilities
Allison Aaby - Children's Ministries Director
Allison and her husband David are excited to be a part of the family here at MRCC. They have three children (Kiley, Carson, and Tyler) and two dogs (Cal and Chloe)! They love being together in the great outdoors; camping, hiking, swimming, inner-tubing on grandma’s boat, picking berries, and riding bikes together. Stormy nights are family favorites as well because it generally draws the family toward a cozy fire and laughter around a good game. Allison is an avid runner, yet truly enjoys great walks and talks with friends! Friendships are so important to the entire Aaby family - they hope to spend some quality time with many of you in our church family over the years!
Allison has an Undergraduate Degree in Sports and Exercise Science from WWU, a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from EWU, and is currently working on her ministerial credentials with the Assemblies of God.
Ruth Graham - Counselor
Ruth loves people and looks forward to helping and encouraging others through the MRCC counseling ministry. Ruth received her BA in Psychology from Northwest University and has a Master's degree in counseling psychology.
She and her husband have been married for 35 years and have 11+ children. Ruth's favorite thing to do is to share a cup of tea (diet coke) and conversation with others. Ruth has found that life is full of changes and that God is ever faithful to guide us safely to His destiny. Through many trials and triumphs God has revealed himself to her and she believes she is called to "carry other's burdens" (Galatians 6:2), that they will find "hope in their valley of trouble" (Hosea 2:15).
Jim Lunde - Administrator
My wife Chris and I have called MRCC home for over 13 years. We have 6 children, a great daughter-in-law, and 3 beautiful grandkids. I enjoy fishing, golf, hunting, fishing, watching football and fishing. And what is the NFL without several fantasy football leagues? Can I get an amen?
I believe what we do here matters. Our focus is to love God and love others, if we aren't doing that, then why are we here? People face many challenges today, and we need to be up to those challenges!
Aileen Ellis - Bookkeeper
Hi, I'm Aileen Ellis, and am honored to presently be serving our church as Bookkeeper. Our family came to Enumclaw in 1983 and quickly made MRCC our church home. I cherish God's House on earth and my desire and prayer is to see Her vibrant and healthy.
Diane Rogel - Admin Assistant
Diane and her husband Tyler have been married for 21 years and have four children ranging from 11 to 19 years old. They have lived in Enumclaw since they married and have called MRCC home for 8 years.
Diane graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation and minor in Business and Professional Communications. She has worked as a book keeper, administrator, customer service and sales; her favorite occupation has been being a mom and home schooling. In her spare time, Diane loves to hike, garden, read, and hang with family and friends. She considers it a privilege to be serving at MRCC and feels blessed everyday she spends in the office and at church.
Melissa Bruce - Custodian
I was born in New York and have lived in Enumclaw for 10 years. My husband, Ken, and I have been married for 35 years and we have 2 adult children and one granddaughter. I love to camp with my family and I enjoy creating decorative cement leaves as well as knitting a variety of different items.
I have worked for MRCC for 5 years and consider it a pleasure to clean the church. As I clean the sanctuary, I am in constant prayer over each person that will come to worship that week. I love coordinating volunteers for events as well as all food preparation. I get such a sense of accomplishment at the end of a successful event. Each day when I come to MRCC, I do not feel like I am coming to work. I feel like I am fulfilling my calling. It is a joy to serve MRCC!