Pastors and Staff

David Sincock, Sr. Pastor

Pastor David has been Pastor at Fellowship since 1994. That is him in the picture with his family. He is married to Penny. He seems to get older while she does not. They have four adult children.

Pastor David still loves teenagers, preaching, and bacon. Most of all though he says his greatest love is to watch people change and grow to become all that Christ has for them
 to be.

The Tractor is his restored Model 2N Ford which his Father purchased new in 1947. You may
have seen it at the Racine County Fair. If you haven't seen it just ask him. He is always looking for an excuse to get it out and running.

You can email Pastor David at

Stephen Jenks, Assoc. Pastor

Stephen first served as Associate Pastor at Fellowship from 1996-1999 before pursuing further ministry training at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Ill. During the course of his studies, Stephen and his wife Debbie were active in various ministries at Racine Bible Church and Stephen taught Bible and Spanish at Heritage Christian School. After a year in living in Nebraska, they moved to Tegucigalpa, Honduras where Stephen served as pastor of Union Christian Church for six years. During that time he also completed his doctorate in theology at Marquette University. The Jenkses returned to the US and Wisconsin in 2017 and were blessed to be invited to fill the vacant position of Associate Pastor at Fellowship on an interim basis.

Stephen’s ministry focus is on teaching and he teaches regularly at Fellowship in the Adult Education and Youth ministries. He has provided pastoral equipping in Chile, Honduras, and Russia.

Stephen enjoys reading and biking. Stephen and Debbie have two daughters, Ellyn (10) and Lucy (3).

Cheryl Conner, Administrative Assistant

Cheryl is the person behind that pleasant voice you hear when you call Fellowship. She and her husband Casey with their two children have been a part of the ministry for many years. She is like the big sister that is best at helping the Pastors stay on top of things. If you need something, Cheryl is your first resource to turn to.

You can email Cheryl at