OUR STAFF

Our Staff

Mike Direnzo

Lead Pastor

Before starting Everyday Church with his wife, Cassie, and six other couples in 2013 Mike travelled across the country in automotive marketing and served as a youth pastor in West Virginia, Idaho, Maryland, and Ohio. He and Cassie have been married for 25 years and have two teenagers, Charis & Micah.  Mike loves watching Ohio State Buckeyes and Pittsburgh Steelers football with a big cup of sweet iced tea!

Becky Provenzano

Next Steps Director

Becky Provenzano is our Next Steps Director. She really enjoys connecting people to ministry groups within the church and our community. Prior to starting at Everyday she worked 18 years in the insurance industry. She has been married to Rick Provenzano for the last 20 years, and they are blessed with 2 teenagers, Brooke and Parker.
 

Ben Woods

Worship Leader

Ben has always been involved in the church music ministry for many years. He is married to his wife, Melanie, and enjoys weight lifting.

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Amy Pryor

Generation Director

Hi! I’m Amy Pryor, This Generation Director here at Everyday Church. My main focus and calling is kids’ ministry. I really enjoy interacting with the children, teaching them, watching them grow in their faith, and seeing them engage in worship. It never gets old! Kids’ ministry is…it’s the cherry on top of the ice cream sundae. A hot fudge sundae with nuts! It is truly the best, most rewarding experience. In my spare time, I work as a Reading Specialist in a local elementary school. I’ve been married to my high school sweetheart, Scott, since 1991, and we have three adult daughters (seemingly overnight). My hobbies include spending time with my family, traveling, and walking. Going on adventures with my husband tops my list of favorite things to do. Some of my most cherished memories involve exploring unknown roads in Italy with my family when we were stationed there many moons ago. Like life, kids’ ministry is full of adventure, and I’m enjoying the ride.