Hey everyone, my name is Sean Demars and I have the pleasure of serving as one of the pastors of the church at 6th Avenue. The Lord saved me from my sins at eighteen and I haven’t looked back since. (Phil 3:14) After serving five years in the military, the Lord led our family to Peru as missionaries, and then brought us back to America in 2015. Amber and I have two children, Patience and Isabella. When we’re not serving the church we like to CrossFit, read good books, and spend time with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
My name is Grant Miller, and I have had the joy of serving as an elder at 6th Avenue for several years. 6th Ave is the only church I have ever attended. I once believed at a young age that I knew Christ, but it was only at the age of 24 that I was truly convicted of my need for a Savior, and I repented of my sins and began to trust in Christ in 2008. The Lord has since been very kind to open my eyes to the deep truths of his Word. My wife Alison and I have been married since 2005, and we have four children (Cohen, Micah, Eisley, and Maddux). I work for an engineering company in Huntsville, AL. I love spending time with my family, listening to music, reading, and being with the members of the church.
My name is Will Stephenson, and I have the privilege to serve at 6th Avenue as a Pastoral Assistant. I was raised in a Christian home, but I did not come to a saving faith in Jesus Christ until I was fifteen years old. I still remember the faithfully preached sermon that confronted me with my sin against God. When I realized I was an enemy of God and that He still loved me with such a great love, I repented of my sins and trusted in him for my salvation. Since that day, I have sought out opportunities to serve in any leadership capacity I could find. But God has graciously thrown on the brakes and brought me to a much-needed season of studying and listening. I married my high school sweetheart, Jackie, in November of 2017. I love reading good books, listening to podcasts, watching the Arsenal Gunners, and spending time with my church family.