Our Staff

  • Mark Martin

    Senior Pastor

    Mark began as Senior Pastor at Maiden Lane in February 2007. He is married to Christina and they have one daughter, Heather. Mark enjoys hiking, bicycling, occasional fishing, model trains, and reading a good, thought-provoking book. 

    Mark is the author of "Life Letter: Your Life as a letter from Christ to the World"

  • Tod Huston

    Worship Pastor


    Tod joined the Maiden Lane staff in September 2011. He and his wife Wendy were married in July 1988, and have three beautiful children, Jonathan, Rachel and Rebekka. When you meet Tod, you'll find he enjoys running, road racing, golf, and and a wide variety of music. 

  • Tim Riley

    Student Pastor

    Tim joined the staff of Maiden Lane in the fall of 2011. He married his wife Sarah in March 2002, and they have three children, Jackson, Isabel and Silas. Tim loves spending time on the golf course, watching the Cleveland Browns, and spending time with his wife and kids.

  • Melissa Potts

    Assoc. Student Pastor

    Missy first began working as a volunteer youth worker in 1991 and then was hired on as the Youth Pastor in 1996. Missy married her husband, Scott, in 1991 and they have four children: Jenna, Caleb, Olivia, and Seth. When she's not hanging out with youth, Missy loves  basketball, swimming, and horses.

  • Patty Rose

    Children's Pastor


    Patty joined the staff of Maiden Lane in June 2008 after having taught at Springfield's Emmanuel Christian Academy. She is married to Rob and they have a daughter, Maelynn. Patty likes to keep herself busy working with Girl Scouts and 4H. She and her daughter love to spend time training their 2 dogs. 

  • Brandon Ellis

    Creative Director

    Brandon, recent graduate of Wittenberg University, with his wife Janine and their two children, joined the Maiden Lane family at the beginning of the year. Brandon spends much of his time checking out new ideas and designs; working as a graphic designer, photographer, and lover of all things creative. His passion is to empower other creatives to do what God has made them to do. Brandon can often be seen somewhere in Springfield wearing a flannel and a pair of Chuck Taylors, notebook in hand.