Pastor Tim and his family came to Pataskala Grace in late 2019 and he was ordained in the Charis Fellowship a year later. He is a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary and currently working on his Doctor of Ministry at Grace Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Ashlie, have three beautiful daughters. Outside of ministry, Tim loves spending time with his family, hunting, home improvement, woodworking, disc golfing, and a host of other activities.
Pastor Josh came to Pataskala Grace in mid-2022 and leads our Grace Students ministry. He studied Pastoral Studies at Liberty University and is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary. Josh has been married to his wife, Jen, since 2016. He’s a fan of the Buckeyes, Browns, Guardians, Cavaliers, Crew and NASCAR. In his free time he enjoys smoking meat, bluegrass and country music, and taking road trips with Jen.
Gabe has been attending Pataskala Grace since he was in middle school and was welcomed to our staff in early 2023. Gabe is a talented musician who has been in multiple bluegrass bands. When he's not picking a banjo or strumming a guitar, he works as a diesel mechanic, with multiple degrees from the University of Northern Ohio. In addition to leading worship, he loves to farm, fish, and more!
Tina is a recent addition to the Pataskala Grace staff. She has been attending Grace with her husband, Bill, since sometime in 2022. Bill is a committed member of our worship team, playing bass. Tina has years of experience in administration and has quickly become invaluable in her role.
Dave has been attending Pataskala Grace for over 30 years with his wife, Kay. He has been serving as an elder for many years and supporting our discipleship efforts by leading a Life Group and teaching various classes. In addition to serving in the church, Dave enjoys woodworking, riding his bicycle, and eating Shain's of Maine ice cream.
Dave and his wife, Laurel, came to Pataskala Grace in 1987 with their two young children and have remained for the spiritual feeding. This church was instrumental in the development of their daughters, who are now adults. Dave has served in a variety of leadership roles and is currently an elder (a position that you start when called, but continually develop as needed). Dave loves to learn how things work; in the physical, virtual and spiritual worlds. He also loves to read when he's not busy helping those who need him.
The Stout family has attended Pataskala Grace since 2013, and Brian has served as an elder since 2015. His wife, Amanda, serves as a deaconess, and their three sons also attend. Together, Brian and Amanda lead a mentoring and discipleship ministry called Quiet Pastures at Green Oak. Brian enjoys farming, golf, Buckeye football, and teaching theology both here and in Africa.