Meet Our Team

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Pastor

Cody Whittington

Cody and his family moved to Bozeman in 2017 to help start The Table. He and his wife Christie have been married for 11 years and have three kids. Cody loves to pass the time with a good book and a cup of coffee. Currently, he is pursuing his doctorate in Cultural Engagement and the Church. 

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Council Member

Doug Hartzheim

Doug and Margo were married just over 45 years ago on December 7th. They have four married children and seven grandchildren all living in Bozeman and Great Falls. They love the opportunity to meet new friends at The Table and enjoy spending time with their church family. 

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Director of Operations

Christie Whittington

Christie and her family moved to Belgrade in 2017. She loves to spend time outdoors and find new trails to hike. She and her husband Cody have 3 children that keep them very busy! She has a passion for justice and in her spare time is advocating for affordable housing in the Valley.

 

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Council Member

Paul Sheets

Paul serves an elder and treasurer for The Table. Hel was born in Nebraska, moved to California in 1964. He and his wonderful wife Annie were in 1980. Paul became a Carpenter and Superintendent and retired in 2010. He. served in a local church in 1986 in many positions from Sunday school to the leadership team. Transplanted to Montana in 2016, Paul and Annie joined the table in 2019. 

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Worship Director

Sara Sheets

Sara was born and raised in California and moved to Montana in 2020. Sara was a vocalist in her church youth band from Jr. High, up to High School. Once graduated, she joined the worship team at her church and continued to learn how to lead. Sara was a vocal jazz major in college. Her love of song and dance continue. At any given moment, she will bust out an old 90's dance move. She's never met a dog she doesn't love, loves to create and loves the beauty of Montana that now surrounds her. Through the ups and downs of life, worship remains the foundation. Her motto comes from an Austin French song. "Lord, all I want, is what You want for me. I'm wide open. Here I am, send me where You want me to go. I surrender all to you, my heart and my soul."

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Council Member

Iris Eckles

Iris Eckles grew up in the Philippines where dancing and singing are an integral part of their culture, and are her favorite ways of worshiping the Lord. Iris and her husband Richard have been married for 20 years, and they are blessed with three boys.  They moved to Bozeman in 2011 after Richard retired from military service, and they've been here for 9 years. Currently, Iris teaches hip-hop for kids at the YMCA, and works as a bookkeeper/painter in their painting business.  Additionally, she is passionate about is financial coaching, helping people become debt free by putting into practice Biblical principles to experience financial peace. She enjoys getting to know people and sharing the love of Jesus with them.

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Council Member

Shon Ramey

Shon Ramey serves as one of the Council members for The Table and lives with is family in the Bozeman area. 

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Children's Director

Grace Tate

Hailing from the state of Washington, Grace moved to Bozeman to pursue her passion for skiing while attending MSU. After graduating from Montana State with her Business Management degree in 2018, she fell in love with Bozeman & her husband, Nels. Nels and Grace live in Bozeman with their daughter Vera and dog Portia. 

 

Grace has been involved in kids ministry for the past 6 years. She is passionate about teaching the next generation about Jesus, because nothing is cooler than God’s grace & His unconditional love. 

 

You can find her skiing, baking with her family or hiding out at the tea house reading a good fiction book

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Associate Pastor

Mark Archilla

Mark has lived in Bozeman for 11 years now with his wife Devin. Dev and Mark have two dogs Thor, and Santiago (affectionally known as their sons of thunder). He received his Master of Divinity (specializing in Intercultural Studies) from Portland Seminary. When he's not with others he's probably reading, writing, or walking. As a pastor Mark strives to create space for others, and consistently turn our attention to what it is that God might be up to in our midst