Cloverdale's Pastoral Team
Troy Haagenson, Lead Pastor
Troy Haagenson has been pastoring for the last 16 years in Idaho, Pennsylvania, and Alabama. He is blessed with an incredible wife and two wonderful children. He holds a BA in Theology from Southern Adventist University and a Masters in Pastoral Ministry from Andrews Seminary.
Pastor Troy Haagenson and Family
Jennifer has had a passion for ministry for a long time. Jennifer is endeavoring to grow in her love for God and in ministry to others. In addition to serving part time as an Associate Pastor at Cloverdale, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her two precious children, Nathan and Sierra.
Jennifer graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2004 with a B.A. in Theology and has spent the last 13 years ministering alongside her husband. Jennifer would like to thank the church family for allowing her to use her gifts in service to others at Cloverdale.
Pastor Jennifer Haagenson
Pastor Steve Echelmeier, Kim and Family
Steve, his wife Kim, along with their children Emma, Drew, and Luke have loved Idaho and the Cloverdale church family since they moved here in 2010. After working in the agricultural industry his entire life, the Lord called Steve to pastoral ministry in 2016 when he joined the Cloverdale staff.
Steve is currently working on his Masters in Pastoral Ministry through Andrews University and continues to be amazed at what a merciful, loving Father we get to serve!
Jason and Wendy enjoy experiencing God’s leading. Sometimes...Jason and Wendy ask the question, “do we have to?” Jason and Wendy come out of the experience saying, "thank you for bringing us here." Coming to Cloverdale has been one of those experiences.
Jason and Wendy see God’s continued direction and are truly happy to be part of a church family that loves Jesus. Cloverdale is all about connecting people to God, and Jason is humbled to play a small part of that process through discipleship.
One of Jason's favorite texts says, “How wonderful it is, how pleasant when brothers and sisters live together in harmony.” (Psalm 133:1)