Our Leadership Team
Hi I am Pastor TR Hardic. I have just recently joined the Juniata Church family being appointed in July of 2015 to serve this wonderful community. I am a
Licensed Local Pastor having completed my Course of study Work at Wesley
Theological seminary in Washington DC. I have been in Pastoral ministry for the past 7 years and prior to answering my call I spent 25 years working as a Registered Nurse. I worked in many areas of nursing being taught many different
things that I have been blessed to have learned, now that I am caring for people in a different manner. I have been married to my wife Lisa for 32 years and have 2 grown sons, Nate 28 and Jared 26. My passions in ministry mission/outreach,
youth and worship. I believe that we were created to worship God and my soul is at most peace when I lift my voice in praise to the creator. I believe that faith in action is what God calls us to. Called to be the hands and feet of Christ as we
Sue Wenzel – Director of Children’s Ministry
Sue grew up in Mishawaka, IN and graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington in 1997 with a BS in Public Affairs. Sue and her husband, Drew, have five children: Joey, Gracie, Maggie, Gregory, and Paige. She moved to Altoona from Chesapeake, VA in 2009 because her husband grew up in and wanted to return to his roots in Juniata. Sue enjoys running and swimming, and is training for a triathlon and half-marathon this year. We’ll keep you posted on her progress. Aside from being a stay-at-home mom, she notes this to be the most rewarding job she has ever had. Sue loves teaching the kids about God’s love, making messy crafts, and coloring with glitter crayons.
TBA – Custodian
Stop By And Say Hello
We would love you to join us or just stop by and say hello.
Our Address: 808 North 4th Street, Altoona, PA 16601
Monday: 9 am to Noon & 1 pm to 3 pm
Pastor TR Hardic’s Office Hours:
These three churches have over 300 years of combined ministry in the Altoona area through the Methodist Episcopal, United Brethren in Christ, Evangelical, Evangelical United Brethren, and United Methodist denominations. Through two mergers (in 1947 and 1968), we are now United Methodist in denomination.
We are a Trinitarian church of the Wesleyan, Otterbein, and Albright traditions, proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior for all people. We believe that God’s love, centered in the sacrificial death of Jesus is sufficient for all the needs of our time, especially for the forgiveness of sins confessed by repentant seekers of hope, peace, and love.