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brandtRev. Edwin Estevez - "Called by New Castle Presbytery’s F.I.R.S.T. Program, Edwin is building a new church community, Riverfront Church, around the Wilmington Riverfront. Born and raised in Jersey by his loving family who immigrated from Guatemala, Edwin is a drummer for Milan and the Sour Goat; his other interests include backpacking, literature and creative writing, films, Latin jazz, traveling, and reflecting on community and meaning. Ask him about Guatemala, Tito Puente, The Godfather Trilogy, Ernest Hemingway, Dave Matthews, Jewel and Jesus.


jonesGinny Jones - Ginny is Commissioned Lay Pastor (CLP) for Local Mission, leading the EDGE (EDgemoor Gardens Empowerment) Ministries program. Before enrolling in New Castle Presbytery's CLP program in 2009, Ginny had just retired from her own consulting business as a trainer and operations efficiency consultant in the trust banking industry. Upon completing her CLP studies through the presbytery and Dubuque Theological Seminary, Ginny was commissioned to serve PCOC in May, 2011.

Ginny joined PCOC in 2002 and has been active in women's ministry, served as Elder for the Fellowship Team and, most recently, been instrumental in developing relationships and programs for EDGE Ministries. Living in the North Hills community, Ginny is married to Keithley and they have five children and six grandchildren. Ginny enjoys filling her spare moments with cooking, reading, get-a-ways to the beach and time with her family. She also enjoys those opportunities to preach at PCOC and as a supply pastor for New Castle Presbytery.

A life verse for Ginny that has inspired her ministry is Isaiah 43:18-19 (NIV): "Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland."

Email - ginnyjones12@verizon.net



championRyan Pryslak - Ryan is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, a major in voice with a minor in church music. The new director has proficiency in both piano and organ and joins us with a lengthy roster of experience with vocal groups, choirs and hand bell ensembles. Ryan was the founder and director of The Opus One Jazz Ensemble, as well as, The Opus One Vocal Arts group. He was the founder and music director for The Mid Atlantic Chamber Singers. Over the past five years he has been an active member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Wilmington.

Ryan and his lovely wife Jessica are parents to an active 4-yr old son named Greyson and are patiently awaiting the arrival of a daughter in early August. He is employed full time at a large financial firm and resides within our local community.

Email - music11@pcocweb.org


longNancy Long - Nancy has been Covenant's Administrative Assistant since December 2004. She has been a Presbyterian all her life, including graduating from Westminster College, a small Presbyterian college in western Pennsylvania.

Nancy has worked at several office positions, but felt called to apply her clerical skills in a church setting. She has been very active in Presbyterian Women at the local, presbytery, and synod levels.

Nancy is married to Jeff and they have two children, Andrew and Kathryn.

A life verse for Nancy is Isaiah 40:11 (NIV): He tends his flocks like a shepherd. He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart. He gently leads those that have young.

Email - nlong@pcocps.org



zelinskiLeo Zelinski - Leo is Covenant's Sexton. Leo is responsible for keeping our building clean and well maintained. You will often find Leo with a paintbrush in his hand or patiently cleaning the many floors throughout the building. Leo is also responsible for the many setups needed for special events.

Leo has a favorite quote that he believes is a great motto to live by. That motto is "It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice."

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