Jeremy Wike 
lead pastor

Jeremy began to follow Jesus when he was 8 years old. He admits his faith journey has had many twists and turns since then, but has found Jesus to always be faithful, even when Jeremy feels is faithless.

Jeremy came to Community of Hope in 1999 as a Grace College freshman looking for a church family. He became the Associate Pastor of Community of Hope in 2008 and was promoted to Senior Pastor in 2011. 

He is passionate about teaching complicated ideas in a simple way for those who want God's power to invade their lives. I love to teach the Bible, counsel with people, and otherwise live life with people who genuinely want to go on a faith journey with others. He loves to hear people tell their stories, even when God's not done writing the conclusion. He also enjoys helping people discover how to make use of the gifts and abilities God has given them and use them for God's Kingdom.

Jeremy and his wife, Tonya, have been married since 2004. They live with their six kids: Emma, Isaiah, Hudson, Evie, Elliott, and Ruby. They like to be outside, play games together, travel, wrestle, read books, and laugh a lot.

Contact Jeremy at jeremy @ cofh.com


Dan became a follower of Jesus at an early age through Christian summer camps. While observing the example set by his parents, Dan adopted a ministry mindset and a desire to know the Lord Jesus Christ deeper. While a student at Grace College, Dan began attending Community of Hope in 2014.

He now leads the praise team and works with the Connect Youth Group. Dan is passionate about equipping followers to experience the transforming work of the gospel message.

He lives in Columbia City with his wife, Rainee, and their son, Philemon.

Contact Dan at dan @ cofh.com




Sue came to know the Lord through connecting at Community of Hope and the Spirit’s calling in her life. Sue first started attending community of Hope through a connection with the Kid’s community ministry team. Now, she facilitates cleaning and maintenance projects in the facility.

She is passionate about helping others with their faith journey and helping develop a relationship with God in the lives of children. Sue currently attends Community of Hope with her son, Trey. 

Contact Sue at sue @ cofh.com, or 260.609.7976