John William (Will) Snyder began his ministry as Senior Pastor at the Presbyterian Church of Coventry in January 2019. Previously, he served as Senior Pastor of the Forks of the Brandywine Presbyterian Church (EPC) from 2010 -2018, following his service as pastor of an independent reformed church in southern Michigan from 2005-2010. A native of the northwest, (Kent, WA) Will received a BA from Western Washington University. Afterward, he moved with his family to Florida where he earned a Masters’ in Divinity at Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando). During his first pastorate he began further studies at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA, where he earned his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2015. Will and his wife Shelley, along with their children Natalie, Alivia, and Pierson live in Vernon, CT
Bill Clark came to the Presbyterian Church of Coventry in 2018 as Interim Pastor and has continued his ministry as Assistant Pastor since 2019. Bill attended the University of Alabama where he studied accounting. It was during his time in college that the Lord used a Campus Crusade staff member to bring Bill to saving faith in Jesus Christ. He later helped found the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter at the university and became its first president.
Bill served four years in the US Army as a Quartermaster at Fort Carson, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During his time in the Army, Bill was led to pursue gospel ministry and enrolled first at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary near Boston, Massachusetts. After two years, he transferred to Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, because he wanted to pursue ministry in the Presbyterian Church in America.
Bill has served churches in Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Carbondale, Illinois; Malvern Hills PCA in Asheville, North Carolina; and Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church in Asheville, NC. He and his wife Cecelia met at a singles’ Bible study at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Montgomery, Alabama, and were married in 1983. They have three boys: Andrew, Joshua, and Daniel.
Lucas has served as campus minister with RUF at UConn since the Fall of 2011. He is an ordained Presbyterian (PCA) minister. He grew up in New Jersey and is a graduate of Wake Forest University (2006) and Covenant Theological Seminary (2011).
Having been involved in RUF while in college, and having served as a ministry intern after graduation, Lucas credits RUF with having been a huge part of his life since he was first introduced to it. Lucas married his beautiful wife Maggie in March 2012. She is from South Carolina and was also very involved in RUF during college. When on campus, Lucas can be found meeting with students, leading small groups, studying, and teaching. When away from campus, he spends time enjoying music, sports, books, and the beautiful scenery of Northeastern Connecticut.
Lucas and Maggie have two children: Margot and Asher. Lucas’ Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, (336) 287-4627
Bill Glenister has served as choir director at the Presbyterian Church of Coventry for more than 30 years. Along with his wife Barbara – who is the chief accompanist, Bill has directed choir, arranged music for and directed the church orchestra, and been involved in selecting hymns for the weekly services.
All of Bill’s learning experiences regarding church music have been gained during his years of service in Coventry. His other musical accomplishments include serving as Assistant Director of the Laurel Music Camp for 12+ years, performing as a member of the a cappella chorus Take Note!, and directing a Barbershop Chorus in Nevada. Bill is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music with a diploma for Instrumental Performance. In addition to his wife Barbara, all six of their children – who are now adults, have participated in the church's choir. Bill and Barbara reside in North Windham, Connecticut.
Danielle has been a member of PCC since 2010. She became the Church Administrator in May of 2017. Danielle has been married to Deacon Scott Bolliger since 1984. They live in Tolland with their two children, Hannah and Evan, and one dog – their rescue, Abby. Danielle enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, riding bikes, or venturing into Boston for a Red Sox game. A favorite Bible verse: Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10
Armand Chenelle, Doug Fox, Sterling Harmon Jr., Richard Jones, Kris Popovitch, John Sundet, Scott Warren, Brian Wilson
Peter Benedict, Scott Bolliger, Howard Craig, Jeff Edwards, Randy Hershberger, Walter Mayo. Deacon Emeritus: Mark Franson.