The mission and vision of First Presbyterian Church is to be a spiritual beacon, sharing the Word of God, and ministering to all while growing in faith.

Rev. Bruce Miller

After nearly thirty years in corporate accounting and finance, Bruce decided to follow a different calling with similar roots in his passion for people and leadership. Before leaving the corporate world, he held several roles in executive management, where he developed his interest in the engagement, mentorship, and development of people.

Bruce graduated from Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University with a Master of Divinity in December 2022.

Bruce and his wife of sixteen years, Jennifer Lyle, are the proud parents of four adult children and two grandchildren. Bruce enjoys reading, hiking, and watching sunsets, preferably sitting by the ocean.

Nadine Alessi

Office Manager

Jeanette Enyart

Financial Secretary

Polly Trenor

Choir Director

Jane Martin


Jane is an extremely talented and experienced musician and educator. In worship, she plays traditional and contemporary hymns to help create a sacred atmosphere. Jane and her husband Tim, along with their son David, are faithful members of our congregation.

Mike McKellop

Head of Maintenance

Maintaining a building that is over 100 years old takes a lot of expertise. Fortunately, Mike knows how to fix just about anything. We are grateful for Mike’s many gifts, which allow us to maintain a safe and comfortable space for members, community organizations, and visitors.

Delaine Yeager


Delaine brings her strong sense of dedication and generosity to our congregation, both through her membership and her work as a custodian. Our building is in use nearly every day of the month, and Delaine is able to maintain and cleanliness along with doing setup and teardown for various events. She has also led Vacation Bible School for many years.

Tim Martin


Tim is both a “numbers guy” and a “people person.” He helps keep us on track financially and ably interprets complex financial data to our congregation. We could not do without his leadership.