Cheyenne joined the staff in October of 2021. Yet only in God’s sovereignty would He orchestrate the thread in which she would arrive.
Though her eyes were opened to the idea of Christianity through youth group, her ministry journey started in eighth grade when she began volunteering for an after school program at her church. A few years later, despite shallow motives, God would provide her a job at a camp. Being on staff changed her life; in only five short weeks, the opportunity led her to pursue her Bachelor’s at Emmaus.
During her time at college, faith became so much more than simply doing. In fact, she found her heart transforming into one that desired to draw individuals, particularly hurting people, towards a God that never abandons and truly satisfies through the context of camp and trauma-based ministry.
In May of 2020, after her completion of Leadership Training at Development (LTD) at Forest Springs, Cheyenne earned her degree in Bible/Theology and Educational Ministries. In the past five years, she also worked in a variety of camps and organizations in Wisconsin and Michigan.
“I am so thankful to be a part of what God is doing at Community Church! It excites me knowing that a big omnipotent God, yet desires to use broken people for ministry. Not only am I eager to grow in leadership but to partake in the greater mission of CEFC.”