Introducing our Starting Line Up

Here at TRBC, we have a staff that is fully devoted to loving our church family and reaching people for Christ. We encourage you to know our pastors and church staff on a personal level. If you would like to contact our pastors, please visit the contact page TODAY!

SENIOR PASTOR JEFF HOMAN

Pastor Jeff Homan has returned to Three Rivers Bible Church to serve as lead pastor. Pastor Jeff grew up and graduated high school down the road in Mendon, Michigan. He has a Bible certificate from Appalachian Bible College, a degree from Glen Oaks Community College and a Bachelor's degree from Cornerstone University. He is currently working on his Master's degree.

August of 2017 will mark 25 years in the pastorate for Pastor Jeff. He was an associate pastor here at TRBC from 1994 to 2000, when God moved him to Bellevue to pastor a church for six years. Prior to his return to TRBC, for eleven years, Pastor Jeff was pastoring the Deckerville Bible Church.

Jeff, his wife Kristi, and daughter Elle are very excited to be here in Three Rivers serving the Lord. They look forward to what God is going to do and how He is going to use them in service here. God is good, great things He has done!


ASSOCIATE PASTOR JORDAN PARKS

Pastor Jordan grew up in Mendon, Michigan and attended Howardsville Christian School where he graduated in 2009. He attended college at Kuyper College and Cornerstone University and has bachelor’s degrees in Bible/Theology and Elementary Education. Jordan has spent five years in ministry with teenagers and music/worship.

Pastor Jordan's wife Angela is actively involved in ministry as well, although much of her time is taken up caring for their little one, Elliott. The Parks family loves music, the outdoors and spending time with family and friends. Don't be surprised if you see them show up at sporting events, plays and concerts in the area.

Pastor Jordan's favorite verse is John 10:10 "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I (Jesus) came that they may have life and have it abundantly."