Meet our Staff
Pastor Paul and Katie Bryant
It’s a new day here! What’s new about it? In May 2017, Hillside Community Church was born. Our affiliation is with the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). We are non-denominational. The worship-style is contemporary.
Our purpose is to help people to connect with Jesus and learn to walk with Him. Clear teaching and application come right from the Bible. Our people are friendly and outgoing.
For 20 years, my background was selling ladies shoes. Then God called me to become a pastor. I went back to school to get a Masters of Divinity in Biblical Communication. I have pastored for 12 years.
My wife, Katie and I have been married for 39 years. We like to hike, read and play games with friends.
Whether you have been going to church all your life or not, there’s a place for you here at Hillside.
Missionaries in Residence
Ana Eurich, Praise and Worship Leader
Ana has served as a Praise and Worship Leader in San Diego, CA; Mesa, AZ and Cottonwood, AZ. Ana is a graduate of San Diego State University and has served in various churches throughout Massachusetts, California and Arizona since she was a young adult. She has served as a VBS Music Director, Youth Group Leader, Sunday School Teacher, Praise Team member, soloist, and Worship Leader. In addition, Ana has written several Christian praise songs.
Ana has a love of glorifying God through contemporary Christian music, hymns and Christian country gospel music.
Rich Eurich, Associate Pastor
Rich became interested in church sound systems while attending church with his family during the 1980’s. Upon retiring from his job as a police officer in California, Rich began heading up a Technology Team at his home church in San Diego and helped to completely overhaul the church’s sound and video system. He then worked with a few church members to build a sound room. Once everything was up and running efficiently, Rich began helping other small churches upgrade and improve their sound and video systems. Some churches had only a few minor troubleshooting issues, while other churches needed complete modernization of their entire audio/visual systems or needed to have a sound room built. In addition, Rich began building websites for churches as needed and provided training to church members in all these areas.
Due to Rich’s love for this ministry, he and his wife Ana, founded Corinthian Ministries in 2012 and became missionaries who travel to help small churches with music, sound and video at no cost to the churches in order to help these churches grow and thrive. In 2013, Rich and Ana heeded God’s promptings, sold their home in San Diego and moved into an RV full time to continue their ministry throughout California and Arizona or wherever the Lord leads them.