Meet the Staff

 Leadership Team:

 

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Brian King ~  Lead Pastor
 
Brian became Harvest’s Lead Pastor in December 2008.  He is a gifted communicator whose teaching provides unique insight and creative application of the Bible.  His passion is helping people explore their next step of growth.
 

Brian grew up in Oklahoma City, but came to Oregon from Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Brian is married to Marci and they have two children–Makayla and Nicole. He is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.

When Brian isn’t spending time with his family or serving at the church, he enjoys skiing, golf, fantasy football (and of course going to Duck games), hiking, and watching a great movie.

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Brian@HarvestChurchEugene.com

 

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Jay Lawson, Worship Minister

 

October of 2003 was when Jay (Harry Jr.) Lawson was invited to join the staff of Harvest Community Church. Jay and his wife Tami have three boys, Adam, Tori, and Ryan. Jay commutes all the way down I-5 from Salem each week and enjoys giving a large part of his income to “big oil” and “Pepsi”.

Jay was born in Fort Worth Texas while his father was attending seminary. Texas was where Jay spent most of his childhood and was where he first knew God wanted him to be in ministry. After a few “teen” years of trying life his own way he finally realized following Christ is “Living The Dream” and has been living the dream ever since. (This is no joke, when you ask Jay how he is he will literally say “living the dream.”)

Jay loves to play guitar and you can usually find him on the weekends in a coffee shop somewhere performing acoustic music. In the future, besides leading worship at Harvest Jay would like to own a custom built chopper motorcycle and explore more of God’s beautiful Oregon creation.

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Rickey Scott ~  Pastor of Connections
 
Rickey Scott and his wife Georgia have been married for 46 years and have 3 grown children, 4 grandchildren, and 1 great granddaughter. Rickey is a retired pastor. Rickey holds a B.S. from Western Baptist College in Salem, Oregon and M.Div. and D.Min. degrees from Golden Gate Seminary. He has served churches in the Northwest Baptist Convention for 31 years. He has served as Convention second and third Vice President, President of the pastor’s conference,  Northwest Baptist Foundation board member, and trustee for Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. He coached high school sports, including football, girl’s basketball, softball, and boy’s baseball and basketball.
 
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Julie Ulm ~  Children’s Minister
 

Julie joined the Harvest staff in June 2015 as the Interim Children’s Pastor.  Julie grew up in the beautiful island town of Anacortes, Washington.  In 1993 she moved to Eugene to attend Northwest Christian University, graduating in 1997.  She spent several years as a youth pastor before taking time off to be at home with her little ones, who are now teenagers.  Most recently, she has been working as a preschool teacher.

Julie is married to Benton, and they have three children- Wyatt, Rachel, and Sophie.  When she is not trying to keep up with her three teenagers, Julie enjoys getting away to the family cabin at the coast, Starbucks coffee, a good book, and cheering on the Seattle Seahawks!

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Ryan Rosenberg ~  Student Minister

Ryan joined the team at Harvest in March 2016. He was born and raised in and around Baton Rouge, LA. Ryan came to know Jesus while in high school. He quickly found a passion for the Lord and began serving in his youth group as a worship musician and bible study leader. While attending Southeastern Louisiana University, Ryan felt called to ministry. He received a BA in Social Studies Education (2015) and spent the next few months teaching middle and high school. He moved to Eugene in August of 2016 as part of God’s call on his life. He is a theology nerd and loves talking and discussing the intricacies of Scripture.
 
When not at church or working as a preschool teacher, Ryan  likes to play music, go adventuring, or just relaxing between some trees in his hammock with a book.
 
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Alyssa Attebery ~  Bookkeeper
 

Alyssa joined our team in April of 2014. She brings with her a lot of education and the desire to continue to grow and learn in the accounting field.  Her education consists of two Bachelor’s degrees from Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, OR (received in 2009) and a Masters in Accounting from the University of Oregon right here in Eugene (received in 2010).

Alyssa moved around a lot when she was really young, owing to the fact her dad was in the Army.  But from 1st Grade through High School, she grew up in Albany, OR with her parents and older brother.  She accepted Christ as her savior at an early age and was baptized close to her birthday in the fourth grade.  In each stage of her life she has always strayed a little but always comes back to God and hopes to continually find ways to strengthen her relationship with Jesus.
 

When not working, she enjoys singing – she is a member of the Harvest Worship Team on most Sundays.  Of the many things outdoorsy there are, she enjoys camping, hiking, swimming, and just enjoying nature in general – especially the beach.  On rainy days, you can usually find her reading or cuddled up in a blanket watching movies/TV at home.

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alyssa@harvestchurcheugene.com

 

 

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Susan Dusseault ~ Administrative Assistant to the Lead Pastor

Susan grew up in sunny California. She got her bachelor’s degree in Psychology, then decided to travel the world for a year. Finally settling down in Eugene, she met her husband and they have been happily married for 20 years. Susan and Jeep have 3 teenage daughters, with the oldest in college. She spent the last 20 years as a stay at home mom and homeschooler. As an autodidact she became a photographer about 5 years ago and has a part time photography business specializing in high school seniors and families.

Susan started working at Harvest in October of 2015 as a fill in to cover maternity leave. The interim job became permanent in January. When she isn’t teaching, working or playing with her camera, she enjoys road trips, eating out, creating, and enjoying nature.

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