VCC staff bios

Jeff Miller

Jeff and Jennifer planted VCC in 2001 in their living room with ten people, a guitar and a Bible. The Millers have enjoyed 17 years of marriage and they have 4 children, Benjamin, Levi, Aedan, and Abbey.  Jeff has a background in retail management and construction.  He enjoys stringed instruments, eating, old books, playing Scrabble, trees, and peace and quiet.  Jennifer enjoys nature and health and raising children.  Jeff has said that one of the most important things that needed to be noted in his bio is he and Jennifer’s desire to place marriage, family and spiritual and emotional balance above commitment to ministry.

Jason and Jewelia Jacobs

Jason serves as a part-time intern pastor at VCC, doing a little bit of everything.  He has a background in education and also works with GRU in childcare training all across the state of Georgia.  Jason and his wife Jewelia have been part of the church since 2007.  They have two daughters, Imani and Nadia.  The Jacobs place great value on fostering a healthy marriage and family. Their interests are music, education, healthy living, and the outdoors.

Jewelia oversees the children’s ministry at VCC.  She has worked with children since 1995 in various roles, including Preschool Teacher, Early Interventionist, Music Therapist, and Piano Instructor. She has a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy, and has worked with children of all ages with special needs in a variety of settings (hospitals, child care centers, therapy clinics).

 

 

 

Tim DellPic of tim for website

Tim serves as the youth pastor and handyman at VCC.  Tim has a heart for the deep things of God, for music, for youth, for missions, for discipleship.  He also works locally as foreman of a candy manufacturing plant.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

We also meet every Sunday at 10:00 am to worship God together, and throughout the week in home groups all over the city. Please click the link to the left for a complete schedule of home groups.

About VCC

At VCC, we believe that church is not a function: it is a family. Our religion is only as alive as we are, the people that pursue it. So, rather than acting as an organization, we want to act as an organism. We have no time for casual contacts and meaningless formalities. We are a fellowship on an adventure towards the stuff of God. Church means worshipping God together, studying the Bible together, fixing our cars together, hiking together, eating together, playing together, praying together... enjoying the warmth of the Holy Spirit in all parts of our lives together, not just in appointed meeting times.