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Greg Busenitz


Greg and Cheri have been married since 2003; they have two children,
Brendan and Krista. Greg has spent most of his working life in heavy machinery and manufacturing. He currently works on the family farm in Elbing with his dad, Lester, and brother, Chad.

Greg's spiritual journey really matured as he served as a missionary for 4 years in Alaska, which is where he met his wife Cheri. After getting married, he continued serving in ministry working at Grace Adventures in Michigan for six years. The Busenitz family moved back to Kansas in 2009 to raise their children. Greg serves on both the Setup Team and Security Team.

"I’m excited to be part of a church that is so committed to helping people discover their passions, and enjoy serving New Anthem Church as an elder.”


Randy Siebert

Randy and Vicky have been married since 1979; they have two children, Abby and
Annie; and 2 granddaughters. Vicky and Randy served on the initial “launch team” for New Anthem and have been very encouraged by its growth and passion to help people. They’ve been involved with a number of areas of service, including, most recently,
leading the hospitality team.

“I spent a number of years working in farming and ranching, but I also have a pilot’s license and in 2000 we moved to Newton so I could be a flight instructor at Flight Safety in Wichita. I’m excited to see what God has next for us and the church as I serve on our Elder Board.”


DJ Waters

DJ and Natasha Waters have been married since 1999 and have five children: Brianna, Tripp, Alaina, Tamarra and Troy.  DJ works for Arbor Masters Tree Service as an arborist and Natasha works in the Valley Center School District; they have been Park City residents for over 15 years.

"I'm the youngest of nine children. We were raised in a Christian home which was also a sprawling farm and ranching operation in South Dakota.  I put my faith, hope and trust in Jesus Christ in June 1978 at the age of four, and was later baptized at the age of 10 at Carter Gospel Fellowship by Pastor Elmer Reimer.

"Elmer's son Dave started Grace Community Church in Newton, and when I arrived in the area it just seemed natural to attend there.  I served as leader, usher, and parking attendant while at Grace.  Here at New Anthem, I enjoy serving on worship team with my family.  I'm excited to be a part of a church in my community and look forward to the next season of growth at New Anthem."