God has placed men and women within North Village Church in specific roles to help see every man, woman, and child in greater Austin experience the life-transforming power of Jesus Christ. If you would like to help in any of the ministries below, click on the name of a leader to email them or find all the leaders in our private online community page, The Realm.
LEAD PASTOR: Michael Dennis
Hello! My name is Michael Dennis. The beautiful woman in the picture is my wife, Holly. We have two children; Kennedy is our oldest and the red head in the picture is Tucker. They are a blast!
I grew up in Irving, TX, and had zero connection to a local church or the name of Jesus. I would hear about Jesus from people on television, and I was confident that the whole story was a scam to take advantage of people.
But, right after high school, I had a friend that kept asking me to explore the life of Jesus, and it changed my life.
I graduated from the University of North Texas with no plans of ending up in ministry as a vocation, but one day I had a friend sit down with me at lunch and say, "If you apply to seminary I will pay for it." I told him that would be a horrible idea, and before I knew it he was sending checks in the mail.
I ended up graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary. I worked on staff with Grace Bible Church in Nacogdoches, TX as a college pastor, and then moved to Austin to help a church get started at the University of Texas.
In 2009, Jesus put a desire in our heart to start a church in north central Austin. We started with 15 people in our living room, and today that church is North Village Church.
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Kid's Village Director:
My people are (spouse) Robert and 7 year old son, Alex. I’m a full time middle school language arts teacher with Pflugerville ISD. I enjoy running and reading and cats. I love how North Village is a family! Everyone knows everyone else, and our church family is fully involved in the comings and goings of our church. As a teacher, I know how vital it is for kids to be loved and valued from a young age. They need to have solid relationships rooted in Christ. I want to come alongside parents to help their children grow spiritually.