Meet Our Staff Team
Ed and his wife Sally moved here from central Illinois in late 2017 to serve with us. They are “empty nesters” with two young adult children. Their son Samuel and his wife Mykenzie serve with a church in Clinton, Illinois, and their daughter Anna is lives and works in Joplin, Missouri. As one of our senior staff Ed coordinates our teaching and training opportunities for adults, as well as overseeing ministries that help provide care and nurture for folks who call BCC “home.” His spiritual gifts are teaching and serving, and for those who care about such things, he is a Nine on the Enneagram. Ed loves to be outside, fish, and hike, but he also tends to be kind of a sci-fi nerd. He has an almost insatiable sweet tooth and Double-Stuffed Oreos are his kryptonite.
Terri and her husband Matt began attending BCC in 1988. In 1996, they moved to Iowa and had two boys, James and Josh. They moved back to Ohio in 1999 and returned to BCC. Terri began working as the church bookkeeper in July of 1999. In May of 2000, Matt began a career in full-time ministry, so the Fleck family worshiped for 15 years at a sister church in the area. They recently returned to worship and serve at BCC.
Terri serves as one of our senior staff, as Director of Operations and Resources. Terri and Matt are excited about what God is doing through the people here at BCC and in our community. They love being a part of a group of people who demonstrate God’s love for others in such real ways.
Terri received her bachelor’s degree from Wright State University in social work, but has diversified her career path to include starting a lawn and landscape business with her son James. When Terri is not working, you can find her either playing with her granddaughter or enjoying some form of outdoor activity, water sports, camping or hiking.
Terri’s favorite scripture is Mark 10:45: “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve others.”
The Basics —I’m married to Ted and momma to Riley, Mary, Cory and Lucy. I now call Ohio home after over 20 years living across the globe courtesy of the Air Force.
The Background — I graduated from college with an elementary education degree. After dabbling as a preschool director for a couple of years, I taught 3rd grade both here in Ohio and in Las Vegas. When we had our first child I transitioned my position to full-time mom and homeschool mom, before joining BCC’s staff as our Children’s Pastor.
The Beyond: Some of the things that I really love: the intricacy and beauty of nature, especially bugs; a pile of quilting fabric & a sewing machine; a cold Dr. Pepper; anything related to cherries. And if you can believe it, I once won a contest playing the Dueling Banjos…ask me about it sometime!
Ashley moved to Beavercreek in 2002 and graduated from Beavercreek High School in 2011. Ashley is married to her high school sweetheart Logan, and together they have three beautiful children. Ashley began attending Precious Ones Learning Center, a ministry of BCC, as a young child and later returned as an employee. After working with POLC for 10 years, she has taken on the role of the center Director and is excited to help empower and educate the children of our community. She intends to keep this job until her acceptance letter from Hogwart’s arrives; until then, kids are and forever will be her passion.
When she is not found wandering the halls of POLC, she is bound to be cheering on her kids at some practice or game for either softball, cheerleading, or flag football. Weekends are her favorite for walking their two dogs, Koba and Gus, and finishing the day off with family snuggles, Disney movies, pizza and popcorn!
Be sure to stop in and say Hello if you find yourself in the children’s hallway!
Phone: 937-429-0541 x118
Bill has been married to Shirley for 57 wonderful years. They have four children, fourteen grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Bill has been privileged to serve BCC for over 35 years as a teacher, home group leader, and elder. He served in the United States Air Force for 20 years, worked in the defense industry for another 20 years, and is now retired from the business world.
Bill is BCC’s Pastoral Care Director. He helps oversee our prayer ministry, coordinates hospital and in-home visits, works with the on-call pastoral care ministry, equipping the church to take care of pastoral needs, and leads a home group of older adults. His passion is for BCC to be called a “house of prayer” (Isaiah 56:7) and for the members of BCC become a people who “pray continually” (1 Thessalonians 5:17).
Phone: 937-429-0541 x104 |
As our Communications Director, Nate leverages his education and experience to help shape and implement our communications strategy. He and his wife Kelcy have been married since May 2019 and have a sweet fur baby (kitten) named Millie who they spoil greatly. Nate is a graduate of the Ohio State University, and moved from Columbus, where he grew up and worked in church marketing, to Dayton, OH to serve at Waynesville UMC before taking the position at BCC. Kelcy also has always had a heart for students, previously working for CASA where she helped advocate for foster children in the court system and she now works for the Fairborn YMCA.
Nate and Kelcy love to stay active by going hiking or camping and Nate will go out mountain biking from time-to-time. But, they also love staying in to binge the latest Netflix series or play board games of all kinds (with an always-open invitation for anyone to join them in a game!).
Adam and his wife Bethany have been attending BCC since January 2018. They just became parents to their son Judah and live in Xenia with their menagerie of dogs and cats. Married since October 2016, they have both served in worship ministries their entire lives. Bethany and Adam feel blessed being called to BCC.
Calling Adam a diehard Cleveland Browns fan would be putting it lightly. Despite nearly two decades of the team losing, Adam’s enthusiasm has done nothing but grow. Adam grew up in Kettering. A graduate of Fairmont High School (2003), he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership at Wright State University (2007). His “day job” (which is actually at night) is with Dayton Power & Light Company working in the emergency services department. Adam is also a founding board member of the Greater Dayton Flag Football League, an adult league promoting community service and sportsmanship. Adam continues to look for unique ways to serve others while sharing his love, not only of football, but also of Jesus and His people.