A lot of different people, with different strengths and talents, make up Keller Park Church. Here are a few of them.

Teaching Pastor

Hi, I’m David, and I’m the teaching pastor. My aim in this role is to equip the church to be a faithful witness to the transformative power of the gospel. My wife, Andrea, and I first joined KPC in 2008 and returned again in 2017 after a five-year stint in Waco, Texas, where I completed a doctorate in theology at Baylor University. I enjoy cooking, reading, and writing. As a bivocational pastor, I also work as managing editor of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at nearby Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, where I occasionally teach courses as well. My remaining time is spent keeping up with our two young kids and our dog, Stanley. You can find my writing in the Christian Century, The Mennonite, Priscilla Papers, Sojourners, and the South Bend Tribune.


Administrative Assistant

Hey! I’m Anne. I do the administrative tasks here at KPC.


Worship Director

Hello, I’m Kerrie. I have been involved with the music ministry at KPC for the past seven years. It has been a blessing to come alongside amazing musicians, vocalists, song leaders, administrative coordinators, pastors and friends as we participate in this beautiful exchange of worshiping our Creator. I feel honored and humbled to be in the role of worship director. My husband, Todd, and I live in a cozy house along the river with our two kids and various pets. Aside from all the mom and wife things I do, you will find me immersed in nature, music, and songwriting—and most likely drinking a cup of coffee.


Missions Coordinator

Hi, I’m Sarah. My husband, Brandon, and I have been part of the KPC family since 2010. I graduated from Bethel College with a degree in psychology and worked as the director of community outreach for Hope Ministries in South Bend for seven years before pursuing my new gig as a stay at home mom to a our two young children. As missions coordinator, I give a Monthly Missions Movement (MMM) presentation to update our church family on the local and global missionaries we’re connected to. The MMM also includes ideas and resources for how to educate and unite ourselves as a church committed to praying for and standing with those who are hurting in our neighborhood and world.



Howdy! If we haven’t met yet, my name is Todd. My wife, Kerrie, and I bought our first home in the Keller Park neighborhood in 2003. It took us over seven years to find KPC, the amazing little church around the corner with fantastic people and fellowship. Since that first visit, it has been a blast being able to serve the church and community with my time and handiness. In my spare time I try to keep up with my two terrific kids, play soccer, and fix a good many things.