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  • The beginning of David's engagement with Wonderful Mercy is lost in the mists of time. He has previously served as a Deacon, a sound tech, and on the prayer ministry teams. He is part of the preaching rotation at Wonderful Mercy and he is a certified spiritual director. His passion is helping people know and experience the Father's incredible love for them. David writes a blog on spiritual formation, "From Pops' Workshop."

  • Lee Meyer | Associate Pastor

    Lee retired in 2009 after 36 years of pastoral ministry. He served as an evangelistic missionary to the Enga people in the central highlands of Papua New Guinea (10 years), was for 6 years pastor at Grace Lutheran Church, El Centro, California, and served 20 years as a campus pastor at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. He and Joanie are parents of three grown children, and the very proud grandparents of 7 grandchildren. When relaxing Lee sings, plays guitar, and surrounds himself with a variety of music.

  • A long time member of Wonderful Mercy, Pat has a passion for prayer, especially prayer for the pastoral team. She loves to encourage and bless others through the gift of compassion. She also heads our Hospitality ministry. Pat has one daughter, Cynthia, and one granddaughter, Amala. She enjoys cooking, teaching, saving money through couponing, and trying to persuade Pastor Graeme to eat vegetables. Pat is the author of a wonderful blog on cooking and life lessons; you can check it out by clicking here.

  • Graeme Sellers | Lead Pastor

    Graeme has served as lead pastor of Wonderful Mercy for 27 years. He is the author of The Dangerous Kind. He and Jennifer have four extraordinary children. He loves films (he wrote screenplays for a while), Americana roots music, and deep sea fishing.


With the staff pastors, our Elders give spiritual care and oversight to the congregation. They partner with and advance Wonderful Mercy Church’s vision and mission, and continually seek the Father’s heart for the congregation and its ministries.