Get to know the HHBC Pastoral Team and Church Staff.
Brian McCrorie, Senior Pastor
My cell: 317-605-2632
Our Senior Pastor Brian McCrorie has served at HHBC since July of 2008.
Pastor Brian received a Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Music from Northland Baptist Bible College (1993), a Master of Divinity Degree from Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary (2000), and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2019).
Having grown up in a missionary family, Brian has been active in ministry since his early teen years and has ministered in Wisconsin, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Colorado.
He is married to Deborah and they have five children and one grandchild. Brian enjoys music, traveling, the culinary arts, politics, and serving on the board of the Indianapolis Theological Seminary.
Trey Oetjen, Associate Pastor
Trey Oetjen has served at Heather Hills since 2011 as an Associate Pastor.
Pastor Trey attended Baptist Bible College of Pennsylvania from 1988-1992 with a Pastoral Studies major and also received training in Biblical Counseling through Faith Baptist Counseling Ministries in Lafayette, IN.
Trey has prior pastoral experience in two churches and had served faithfully as a deacon at Heather Hills for many years before assuming his new role as associate pastor, ministering to our teens and their families.
He is married to Lori Ann and they have eight children and 5 grandchildren. Trey enjoys coaching youth basketball, gardening, chess, and golf.
Greg Oertel, Associate Pastor
Greg Oertel began his pastoral ministry at Heather Hills in October 2018.
Pastor Greg attended Purdue University and Crossroads Bible College. He also received Biblical Counseling training through Faith Baptist Counseling Ministries in Lafayette, IN.
Prior to entering the pastorate, Greg served faithfully as a deacon and ABF teacher at Heather Hills.
He is married to Shawn and has 3 married sons with 3 wonderful spouses and 17 grandchildren. Greg enjoys fishing, antique collecting, garage/estate sales, gardening, the outdoors, and playing with his grandchildren. He retired from Eli Lilly in January 2017.