How We Are Organized

At OLCC our elders govern, our ministry leaders lead, and our people minister. The overall purpose of our leadership structure is to develop a leadership climate that

1. Empowers our ministry leaders,
2. Encourages aggressive progress,
3. Broadens a sense of ownership, and
4. Preserves biblical oversight and accountability.

Elders - The oversight of all ministries at OLCC rests with our elders.

Leadership Team - The responsibility of the Leadership team is to lead and manage the church and all its ministries.  The Leadership Team is led by the Lead Pastor, who is responsible for its formation and effective performance.

Ministry Leaders - Ministry leaders, some paid staff and some lay leaders, head our various ministries.

The People - The people are the “ministers” at OLCC. The people are the ones gifted, called, and accountable to “do the work of the ministry.”


Leadership Team


Brock Bingaman

Associate Pastor of Discipleship

Mike Milner

Associate Pastor of Family Discipleship

Brad Kilman

Worship and Finance Pastor


Administrative Team

Carolyn McHenry

Office Manager

Kailey Marcum

Graphic Design

Mike Kline

Building and Grounds Superintendant

Claire Westbrook

Sunday Operations Coordinator


Ministry Leaders

Esther Kerr

Kid’s Pastor

Kaysha Fritch

Kid’s Assistant Director

Gretchen Kaup

Kids’s Administrative Assistant


Colt Westbrook

Youth Pastor

Kailey Marcum

High School Youth Pastor


Connie Willems

Kelli Glass

Claire Westbrook


Mike Adel

Mike Kline


Mike Milner

Trish Edwards


Dr. Brock Bingaman

Founder and Director

Connie Willems

Associate Director


Jennifer Milner

Inner Healing Director



Wallace Walcher – Lead elder
Todd Glass
Robert Foreman
Steve Hartman
John Moad


Member Care Team

Mike Milner – Team Leader
Marsha Knol
Mark Knol
Steve Hartman
Carolyn McHenry
Cody Risner

Member Care Fund gives our members an opportunity each Communion Sunday to give financial support to OLCC members dealing with unemployment, health issues or emergencies.  Scripture calls us to care for each other – this is just one of the practical ways we can do this.