Lynn Logan

Interim Director

Brandon LaBonte stepped down as Serve Director in June for another career opportunity in our community. Lynn is a new Board member who has volunteered to fill an interim role during our transition period. She will guide the volunteer team, network with community partners and report to the Board of Directors update and progress.

Brian Meiners
Board Chair
Brian has over 26 years of experience in the food industry with Basin American Foods (www.baf.com), 20 years of experience leading cross-functional and multi-location teams. Brian served as Plant Manager of their Moses Lake plant for 12 years before relocating to Portland, OR area to manage Harry’s Fresh Foods after it was acquired by Basic American Foods in 2007. During his time as Moses Lake Plant Manager, Brian served on the board of Grant County Economic Development Council and other community-related and industry-focused boards and committees.

Clinton Meharry
Clinton is the Pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Moses Lake. He has been married for 43 years and has a son, daughter, and 2 grandchildren.

His favorite Bible passage is 2 Corinthians 5:19, 20. (English Standard Version)

19“In Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation. 20 Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God”.

He believes the verses are foundational to the ministry of Serve Moses Lake. They express God’s unconditional love for the human race. No matter who we are or what we have done, God is not counting our sins against us. They remind us to see each person as loved and redeemed by Jesus. As Christians, we are to be God’s love in action. To invite people to be reconciled to God so they can experience His amazing grace and be transformed by His love.

Ed Burns
Ed has been the Lead Pastor at Journey Church since it began in 2009. He was born and raised here in Moses Lake, but went on to pastor in Oregon, Washington and Idaho before returning “home.” As a teenager, who attended Moses Lake High School, the Lord captured his heart. Since Jesus has changed his life, he is inspired to help others experience the Jesus who transformed him. He’s married to his beautiful wife of 40 years, Judy. He is also dad to two adult children and “Papa” (grandpa) to five.

Faith Wagner
Faith is currently the lead chaplain in the women’s department at the Grant County Jail. On most Sunday afternoons you can find her leading Bible study & worship, as well as one on one mentoring and counseling with inmates. God has given her an impenetrable wall of hope because she knows and has seen God do the impossible with those she ministers to. She also partnered with the Women Dream Center ministry team in Spokane, transporting girls to their facility. While living in Virginia, she served six years as Chaplain of Accomack County Jail.
The Crowning joy of her life is being married for 52 years. Faith and her husband owned and managed 175 acres of Apples &. Pears. She’s a mother of four and Apple Grandma to seven grandchildren. For 25 years she worked part time for Columbia Basin Nursery, performing office work, training, & quality control.


– Ann Frank