My name is Dan Hrach (pronounced ‘rock’) and I have been pastor of Summit since July 10, 2012. I am truly excited to be ministering with this wonderful church family – and we would love to have you come and see what God is doing at Summit! As a part of being in God’s great church family we continue to walk in – shine out – and live as the light of Jesus Christ to not only our church family, but throughout the community and in the world around us. I believe you will discover this as you visit us at Summit. Come and be blessed! See you soon!
Millie Hollis joined Summit in 1987, while she was teaching choral music to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in the Prince William County School System. Millie has volunteered at Summit for 20 years, serving as a member of the Music and Worship Committee as well as the Interim Director of the Chancel Choir. She was also responsible for starting the Men’s Ensemble and the Youth Choir in the mid 90’s. Summit is again blessed to welcome her back as the Music Director. Millie says she is “delighted to, once again, be working with the wonderful people in the Chancel Choir as well as all of the performing groups in the church”.
Larisa Felt graduated from the Music College and Pedagogical University in Latvia. Larisa’s first job since arriving in the United States in 2000, was with Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. She has been serving as a pianist at Summit since 2003, along with working as a piano instructor at Stafford Music. Her husband is retired from the Air Force. Larisa has a step-daughter who is a graduate of George Mason University and a son who is a Navy veteran.
Our Office Administrative Assistant is a significant key staff member to the functioning aspects here at Summit – who not only supports the Pastor, but the entire church family. Stop by the church or call (540-659-2306) if you have any questions. If you’d like to email, please do so at: [email protected]. Our office staff member is someone whom we greatly appreciate for their valuable work within the church.
“If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God. If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen.”
1 Peter 4:11
Moderator: Rev. Daniel Hrach
Clark Leming (Clerk of Session)
David Engle (Finance)
Leslie Moody (Worship)
Leona Fox (Adult Discipleship)
Terri Somers (Property)
Jane Springer (Children Discipleship)
Pam Yandle (Youth Discipleship)
Joan Alday (CAP)
Betty Miller (Outreach)
David Thomen (Missions)
Tom Stribbling (Fellowship)
Greg Talley (Floating Elder)
Pat Rossell, Ellen Foster, Andy Brown, Catherine Miller, Heidi Boyd-Rice, Candy Mountjoy, Larry Nelson, Debra Barrow, Ron Fox, Wendy Roy