Rich Nathan

Rich Nathan is the senior pastor of Vineyard Columbus, a position that he has been serving in since 1987. Prior to becoming the church’s first Senior Pastor, Rich taught business law at the Ohio State University for five years. He’s also an author and has written books such as “Empowered Evangelicals” (2009) and “Both And” (2013).

Rich Nathan has been noted as one of the strongest voices in favor of bringing together various streams of the church including the evangelical, social, charismatic and liturgical streams. Vineyard Columbus has seen thousands of people from every conceivable background make faith commitments to Jesus as Lord. Vineyard Columbus is the largest church in the Vineyard movement.

Rich was born and raised in New York City. He and his wife, Marlene, have been married for over 40 years. They have two children and six grandchildren.

Adam Russell

Adam is the lead pastor of Vineyard Campbellsville along with his wife Heather. The church is located in the scenic green hills of central Kentucky.

Adam has traveled extensively in the Vineyard training worship leaders and songwriters in creating a culture of songwriting in a local church context. He has written many well-known songs in the Vineyard such as – “Name Above All Names”, “Face to Face”, “Folks Like Us”, and “Let Your Kingdom Come”.


Flemming Mølhede

Flemming is the senior pastor in Copenhagen Vineyard and has been pastoring the church ever since it was planted in 1997. Flemming, and his wife, Anne, were released as the Vineyard Nordic Leaders in May 2015. They both have a big heart for serving their local communities and seeing people being transformed through Christ.

One of Flemming’s main visions is to to plant more churches and is therefore very much involved in church planting in the Vineyard Nordic. His dream is seeing more churches being planted in the Nordic and more people coming to faith. Flemming and Anne recently moved to the countryside to be close to nature and family. They have four children and two grandchildren.

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