• Brian Moss

    Senior pastor

    Brian began serving on the pastoral staff in August of 2015. He is a graduate of Belmont University and Regent College. Prior to OICC, Brian was the Associate Pastor at Maple Valley Presbyterian Church in Maple Valley, WA. He has served on the board of CIVA (Christians in the Visual Arts) and directed artist residencies as the Creative Director of By/For. Brian is a songwriter and worship leader and has released several CDs. One of his ongoing projects involves writing new songs inspired by the Psalms (check it out at www.prayerbookproject.com). Brian is married to Stephanie and has five children: Haley, Levi, Ethan, Isaac, and Ezra.

  • Ryan Carpenter

    associate pastor of care & administration

    Ryan works with the Deacons to oversee the Care & Hospitality Ministries, as well as  counseling and administration. He has a Master’s Degree in Narrative Therapy & Community Work from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies and Sociology from Westmont College. Ryan is happily married to his wife Kelly and they have two amazing kids, Joselyn and Gus. In addition to spending time with his family, he enjoys fishing, friends, songwriting, and philosophy.  

  • Stephanie Moss

    KIds' Ministry

    Stephanie moved to Orcas in 2015 with her husband, Brian, and their five wonderful children. Originally from Maryland, she has spent much of her life training, performing, and teaching classical ballet and other styles of dance. Stephanie enjoys gardening and has a heart for serving others. She is grateful to be a part of OICC.

  • Jon Hane

    Youth Ministry

    Jon and his wife Sarah moved to Orcas in the summer of 2018 from Chicago to head up the middle and high school ministry. Born in San Diego, he graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a B.A. in Christian Ministries. Jon previously worked for six years at By The Hand Club For Kids, a Chicago based after-school program in some of the most under-resourced neighborhoods in Chicago.  He has held numerous random jobs, pursues a life long quest to learn new things, loves camping, a long list of nerdy things, connecting to God through nature, pouring into young people and his community and the most important show in television history; M*A*S*H. 

  • Timothy Meaney

    Worship Music

    Timothy's love for leading worship started as a child when he was able to be a part of worship at camp SAMBICA when he was seven years old. He was able to take on a worship leader role as a young man in his Junior High School group at church. Ken "Hutch" Hutcherson saw his gifts and gave him the opportunity to lead worship to his peers. This passion spread fast and after leading through High School, he took on the role of leading his college ministry as well as the younger students in his church, Westminster Chapel in Bellevue. He went on to record his first studio album in 1990 and has released fourteen more since.

    Today Tim serves at his favorite destination in Washington state at Orcas Island Community Church in Eastsound, WA.

    Tim and his wife Tiffany have two sons, TJ (and wife Jess) and Jake (and fiancé Michele) and live in Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington.

  • Carol Kulminski

    Administrative assistant

    Carol taught in private and public education for 32 years. She began her career teaching where she grew up in Big Bear Lake, California. She moved to San Diego where she mostly taught, except for a couple of years in Oregon and one in Columbia, South America. In 2005, Carol and her husband, Bogdan, purchased the Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast. It was a wonderful experience teaching me true hospitality and grace towards all people. After selling the bed and breakfast, Carol worked for the Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce. Her son, James, is an actor with a variety of experiences since he was 6 years old.

  • bogdan Kulminski

    Facilities and Custodial

    Bogdan was born in Germany and immigrated to the United States when he was 7 years old. Growing up in New Jersey, he attended Rutgers University where he majored in Psychology. While working as a juvenile probation officer he earned a M.A. in Behavioral Sciences. He worked as a rehabilitation counselor for various companies and eventually became self-employed. Bogdan learned basic skills and work ethic helping his father do repairs and clean at the St. Joseph’s Polish American church and later in office buildings at night. Bogdan collaborated with contractors to make major renovations and learned to make small repairs when operating the Blue Heron B&B. He is close to his family living in Florida and New Jersey. He loves his wife, and his stepson, James, and loves helping. Bogdan’s vision for the church facilities is to help make them attractive, efficient, and user-friendly for everyone. 

  • Jimmy Stringer


       In Mississippi I worked as an offshore chef from 2009 to 2010, then attended electrical & truck driving school. I drove approximately 1/2 a year and was hired as an instructor for 3 years then changed occupations to become a supervisor over tree trimming crews for the power company. I moved to Florida in 2017 where I became a professional metal detector. In 2020 I married Sylvia and moved to Orcas and worked part time as a handyman because my main job became being a caregiver for her. Now she is cancer free and regaining her health so I applied for the part time position of custodian at OICC. OICC is a great place to work and I try my best to do the best job I can when I work.

  • Dick Staub

    retired Preaching pastor

    Dick Staub joined the pastoral staff in 2007 after a career as an award-winning broadcaster and writer. His most recent book is About You: Fully Human. Fully Alive. He is also the founder of The Kindlings, a movement devoted to rekindling the creative, intellectual, and spiritual legacy of Christians in our culture. (For more information visitwww.TheKindlings.com.) Dick is a graduate of Simpson University and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has taken additional graduate level courses at Harvard Divinity School and the University of Washington. Dick is joyously married to Kathy,   and they have four children, Josh, Jessica, Heidi, and Molly.  They also have four grandchildren, Mia, Eli, Molly and Lucy, a wonderful daughter-in-law, Bonnie Staub (married to Josh), and a son-in-law Andy Troxel (married to Jessica). Last but not least, they have an energetic young Springer Spaniel named Luke.