Meet Our Staff


Vince Wood


Vince Wood has been our pastor since December 2012. Vince and his wife, Robin, have been married since 1985 and have two sons, a daughter-in-law, and a granddaughter..  Vince is a graduate of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (BDiv) and Trinity Seminary (MA,PhD).  The Woods have been in the ministry since 1993; serving congregations in Arizona, Florida, and Wyoming before coming to Pennsylvania.  Vince’s life verse is Psalm 73:25, “Whom have I in heaven but Thee, and besides Thee, I desire nothing on earth.”  Vince believes that by believing this verse, Christians can face any situation in this world. 

Pastor Wood has published a book, "The Train, A Model for Transforming the Heart".

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Darryl MacPherson

Pastoral Associate 

Darryl has been on staff at Providence since 2003. The first two years, he served as a part-time Youth Director, and in 2005, he was hired as a full-time Pastoral Associate. He has served at two other churches in Pennsylvania; in Quakertown for three and a half years as Director of Christian Education, and in Dover for ten years, as Pastor of Youth and Family. Darryl also served for five years as Work Camp Coordinator and Youth Mission Trip Director for Pennsylvania Christian Endeavor.

A graduate of Lancaster Bible College, Darryl is married to Marlena, who is a very active member at Providence. She grew up in Dover, PA. The MacPhersons are proud parents of a grown son, Tyler, a daughter-in-law, Amanda, and a granddaughter.


Noah Trask

Director of Youth & Young Adults

Welcome to our new addition! Noah and his wife Sarah grew up in Hanover and are high school sweethearts. In fact, Noah attended our sister church, Hanover Valley Presbyterian, in his formative years. A recent graduate of Lancaster Bible College with a degree in worship arts and Bible, Noah served as the Associate Pastor of Youth & Worship at St. Peter’s Church (May 2015-April 2018) while attending school full time. Sarah is currently pursuing a degree in social work from Millersville University. They enjoy good coffee, books, traveling to Chincoteague, Virginia and “The Office.”