|Ryan Nunez||Lead Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
As a third generation pastor, Ryan took a fun detour in his college years by studying to be a scientist. After many years of school and finishing his doctoral degree, he felt called to full-time ministry.
Ryan Nunez has been a pastor at Palm Valley Church in Goodyear, Arizona for the past fourteen years. He and his wife Adrienne were part of the team that started PVC under the leadership of our founding pastor, Greg Rohlinger, and his wife Lori in their living room. Ryan has an incredible family. His wife Adrienne, four kids, and mother, keep him on his toes and full of fun and crazy stories!
Ryan is passionate about reaching people far from God, the same passion on which Palm Valley Church was founded. He transitioned into the role of Lead Pastor after a serious illness forced our founding Pastor Greg Rohlinger to retire.
|Darius Sanders||Family Life Pastoremail@example.com|
|Mark Olmos||Discipleship Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sean Smith||Creative Arts Pastoremail@example.com|
|Brent Hodges||Buckeye Campus Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Paul Lewis||Small Groups Pastoremail@example.com|
|Mike Vaughn||First Steps Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mark Grochocki||Care Pastoremail@example.com|
|Rusty Hood||Missions Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ben Druyor||Operations Pastoremail@example.com|
|Jeremiah Hann||Student Ministries Pastorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Greg Rohlinger||Pastor Emeritus|
Greg Rohlinger, along with his wife Lori, are the co-founders of PVC. Greg is a graduate of Southwestern Bible College in Phoenix. He spent five and a half years as the youth pastor at Desert Springs Community Church in Glendale until feeling the Lord’s call to start a church in the Goodyear area.
Palm Valley Church grew from a core group of four couples meeting in a living room to a church with weekend attendance of 4000 people under his leadership. In the spring of 2011, Greg was diagnosed with Multiple Systems Atrophy. This disease has taken its toll over the course of the last few years, resulting in Greg’s retirement. You can read his inspiring story through his blog updates at www.gregrohlinger.com.