Myron has served as lead pastor at Berlin Mennonite since August of 2012. This is his second pastorate, following Maple Grove Mennonite, in Hartville, Ohio (1996-2012). He received his pastoral training from Malone University. He is married to Sheryl Miller and the couple has two married sons and two grandchildren. His hobbies include biking, travel, and reading.
Jeff began as Family Life pastor in September 2014. He is passionate about encouraging others and teaching people about Jesus. Jeff currently oversees education programming and connects to youth and young adults. He grew up at Oak Grove Mennonite Church, in Smithville, Ohio. A business and history double major, he graduated from Goshen College in 2008. During his sophomore year in college Jeff first started seriously exploring a call to ministry through a ministry inquiry program. Jeff's call to ministry was affirmed by his congregation, and he began seminary in 2011. Jeff received his theological training from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana (Master of Divinity, 2015). Prior to joining Berlin Mennonite Church, Jeff lived in northern Indiana where he served as a resident director and a track and field assistant coach at a small liberal arts college. Jeff lives together his wife, Kelsey, and their daughter in Berlin. In his free time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his family, baking bread, and exploring all things Apple. When he gets a chance, he also enjoys downhill skiing, road cycling, and cheering on the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Connie joined the staff at Berlin in May of 2013.