Patrick Audia grew up in Baltimore County, MD and graduated high school in York County, PA. He and his wife, Julie, have four boys: Benjamin, Carter, Graham, and Hudson. He came to Pequea in 2010 after graduating from Moody Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL with a Master of Divinity degree. He and his family enjoy traveling, outdoor recreation, reading, sports, supporting the Ravens and Orioles, and exploring different restaurants.
Clint Shondelmyer was born and raised in the hilly backwoods of western PA, 35 miles east of Pittsburgh. He graduated with Bible and Music degrees from Cairn University where he met his wife, Tammy. For over 30 years, Clint has had the privilege of being in full-time church work having served churches in PA, FL, and VA. Clint and Tammy have three adult children. Alena, along with her husband Nate, have one child, David. Garrett and Madison are both studying at Liberty University. Clint enjoys watching sports of all kinds (especially Steelers football and Nationals baseball), reading non
Tukker Zimmerman grew up here at Pequea Baptist. He went to Octorara High School, graduating in 2013. Then he went to Lancaster Bible College and graduated there in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Pre-Seminary. After interning for about a year, he was brought on part-time as the Student Ministry Director He is newly married to his wife Shira, and they live in Atglen. He is currently working on his Masters of Divinity Degree at Capital Seminary and also volunteers with Young Life. With his free time, he enjoys coaching baseball, playing church softball, and woodworking.
Tracey has been involved at Pequea her entire life. She started playing piano for worship service in high school and now oversees all music related ministries at the church.
She and her husband Joe, live in Atglen and have four adult children: Ethann, Tukker, Alli, & Jose’. Ethann and his wife Tiffanie live in Christiana; Tukker and his wife Shira live in Atglen; Jose’ and Alli are working full-time and living at home.
She enjoys music, obviously, bike riding, walking and reading books.