Leadership Team
Jeff and Karyn Wells
Lead Pastors
Pastor Jeff and Karyn Wells are the lead pastors of RockPoint Church.  Karyn attended RockPoint (formerly Gospel Chapel) in her youth and met Jeff while attending Portland Bible College.  After graduation, Jeff and Karyn moved to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where they served in Jeff's home church as youth pastors and associate pastors for 20 years.  In 2006 they were asked to take the lead pastor position of Gospel Chapel.  After much prayer and prophetic confirmation, they moved their family down to Newberg and officially stepped into the leadership role in November 2007 with great anticipation and vision for the future, beginning with the name change to to RockPoint.  Jeff and Karyn have four young adult children (two sons and two daughters), who are all serving the church in various capacities.
Joe and Jerrie Jaquith
Elders

Pastor Joe is part of the eldership team, and he and his wife Jerrie are the youth pastors as well, having worked with youth for over 30 years.  They are passionate evangelists who look for the lost and the lonely and bring them into the House of God.  Their love for teens is evident in all they do, and the youth love them back!  Over their years of ministry, many young people have found not just a pastor but a mother, a father, a confidant and a friend in Pastor Joe and Jerrie.

Steve and Louisa Jaquith
Elders

Pastor Steve and Louisa formerly pastored Gospel Chapel and now serve as elders.  Their many years of service to the church and the community is a blessing to our church.  They have a heart of compassion for the needy and are true counselors of the Word of God. Pastor Steve coordinates Rock Point's Men's ministry, Louisa oversees "The Bread Basket" ministry, and they pastor the seniors as well.

Josh Jen
Pastoral Assistant
Josh is a graduate of Portland Bible College and is currently attending seminary to obtain his Master's degree in Divinity.  Josh helps coordinate the youth ministry, music ministry, multi-media, and anything else that needs to be done!