Keegan Kingery - Lead Pastor
I was born and raised on a farm and ranch in Kansas, I graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan University in 2014 with a B.A. in Pastoral and Youth Ministry and was Ordained in June of 2017. I met my wife Haley in 2016 while working as a Student Pastor in Rapid City, and we married in September of 2017. Both my wife and I enjoy playing board games, watching football and hockey, and spending time with friends and family. I enjoy going on drives thru the hills, riding my motorcycle, going shooting, hunting, fishing, and cooking (especially with my smoker).
Jarrett and Easton Weimer - Worship Pastors
Easton and Jarrett Weimer both are Colorado natives that met in South Dakota in fall of 2016. Easton came to Hot Springs on mission to help develop a church on the reservation and Jarrett has been living in Hot Springs since grade school. They met in a small local coffee shop and married the summer of 2018 and share a tremendous passion for all things music and Jesus.
Easton was raised as a youth pastors daughter and was heavily involved in the worship team at her home church most of her childhood. At 20 years old Easton attended Youth With A Mission (YWAM) where she graduated from the Discipleship Training School.
Jarrett has spent most of his life pursuing a career and life in music. At a young age Jarrett was playing in many bands and music groups where he really developed his craft and musicianship. Jarrett graduated from Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, CA where he studied the fundamentals of the music industry. Jarrett relocated back to Hot Springs where he began playing and leading in a small worship group. It was at this time did he feel God pursuing his heart and called him to worship. Easton and Jarrett love the community and relationships that have grown from the Hot Springs Wesleyan Church. They are honored to to serve as Worship Leaders.
Seth Pucket- Youth Director
I grew up in the area and graduated from Hot Springs High School (2005). I’ve attended the Hot Springs Wesleyan church since I was a child. After High School, I attended and graduated from the South Dakota School of Mines with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. After graduating from college I took a job working as an engineer for a communications company in Alaska. I worked in Alaska for about 4 years before moving back to the area to help run the family ranch and to pursue other business opportunities. I started helping with the youth group in the fall of 2014 and was asked to start leading the group in the fall of 2015. I'm looking forward to seeing what God does in the lives of the young men and women in our group.