• Dillon Zimmerman, Pastor

    I grew up in Fairview, OK where I was transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ and discipled in the faith. Fairview is also where I met, dated, and married my wife, Kathryn. We have two daughters, Anna and Halle, and one son, Reed. We lived in Louisville, KY for three years where I was a student before coming to Sojourn Enid. Now in Enid, we long for the gospel to transform people's lives as we seek to declare and demonstrate it ourselves. My desire is to be faithful to God by faithfully and clearly proclaiming His Word to the people of God. My hope is that Sojourn will bring glory to God by both evangelizing the lost and equipping the saints for the works of ministry.  Twitter

  • John Westrope, Pastor

    I was raised in Tulsa, OK where I came to faith in Christ shortly after I graduated high school.  While attending the University of Oklahoma, God used a campus ministry (BSU) to impact my life greatly.  It was there that God began to teach me how to live a gospel centered life.  It was also there that I met my wife Renee.  We have been married 17 years and have 4 children; Reese, Titus, Micah and Maci.  For the last 17 years, I have worked in Enid as a software/IT consultant.  In January 2010 God led us, along with a few other families, to start a new church plant in our community.  By God's grace we are now Sojourn Enid. I am humbled by the thought that God would use a sinner like me to serve alongside Dillon, Jim and Jay to help lead such a special group of people.  I count it a privilege to serve God's people and this community to the glory of Jesus Christ.

  • Jay Mendenhall, Pastor

    My wife Gina and I have lived in Enid for 6 years, and I have taught Bible and coached at Oklahoma Bible Academy for 10 years.  Gina is from New York and I am from Oklahoma, and God brought us together at Kanakuk Kamps in Branson, MO.  We’ve now been married nearly 12 years and have been blessed with four daughters: Maddox, Mercy, Justice, and Morleigh!  We love the people at Sojourn Enid and cannot overestimate the effect the community of believers has had on our family while here.  We also love the lost and because of what Christ did for us, we want to proclaim the Gospel, make disciples, and see Jesus change the hurting people in our community. Twitter 

  • Jim Day, Pastor

    My wife Kim and I were both raised here in Enid.  We have been married for over thirty years.  We have two grown children, who are both married and we are extremely blessed to have seven grandchildren.  We have had the great privilege to serve the Lord in ministry for over twenty years.  We have pastored churches in Southwest Missouri and West Texas, served as missionaries in Southeast Asia, and now God has brought us back home to be part of Sojourn, which has a passion for God, community, and to make disciples.  One of the greatest desires of our hearts is to lead people to God’s heart to fulfill the great commission in making disciples of all nations, for His great glory.