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
Born and raised in Connecticut, Mark Popovitch has been attending PCC since 1997, after growing up Roman Catholic, and then attending Avery Street Christian Reformed Church in South Windsor. Mark considers himself to have “grown up” at PCC, having attended high school Sunday School classes and Youth Group as a teenager; the church has been very influential in molding him after the Savior she preaches faithfully each week.
Mark has served in a variety of roles at PCC through the years (“anywhere I have the ability to help out I try to”)—roles such as VBS co-director, Pioneer Club, Senior Pastor Search Committee, Sunday School teacher, Newsletter editor, church supply purchaser, and recently as the Ministry Assistant, charged with oversight of the Sunday Evening Worship Service and various other aspects of church ministry.
An M.Div student at Knox Theological Seminary, Mark spends his time with his wife (Amber) and their three children (Natasha, Anton, and Chessa). Mark likes to read and write, enjoys baseball (he is a “retired” baseball umpire who roots avidly for the New York Yankees), and taking hikes on local trails. He’s also been known for his comedic flare, co-starring in a stage play for Mapleton Hall in Suffield, CT.
Hannah Moon Sung
Women's Discipleship Coordinator
Originally from New York City, Hannah began attending PCC in 2016 when she moved for work as a RUF intern at UConn. After serving in college ministry for three years, she moved to St. Louis, Missouri to pursue a Masters of Divinity and of Arts in Counseling at Covenant Theological Seminary. With one year of seminary under her belt, she returned to Connecticut in 2020 to serve as a summer ministry intern at PCC. Resuming her degrees online, she continues to invest in her church community, fostering friendships and encouraging life-on-life relationships. She is married to Andrew Sung and often dreams of owning a Welsh Corgi named Toast.
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
Ben Bassett has been a member of PCC since 2015, and is currently 17 years old. He undertook the position of media coordinator in July of 2021, and has been enjoying the various challenges it presents him with and the service he has been able to provide. He resides in Tolland CT with his parents and three sisters on a homestead, where they keep alpacas, bees, chickens, and occasionally pigs. Ben enjoys reading, programming, running, and learning new things. He is homeschooled through Classical Conversations, where he particularly delights in debate, literature, and math. A verse which continually encourages Ben is Romans 8:28: And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose.
Armand Chenelle, Doug Fox, Sterling Harmon Jr., Richard Jones, John Sundet, Scott Warren, Brian Wilson
Peter Benedict, Scott Bolliger, Howard Craig, Jeff Edwards, Walter Mayo, and David Embree. Deacon Emeritus: Mark Franson, Randy Hershberger.