Dave began pastoral ministry in the summer of 1997; graduating from Eugene Bible College in 1998 and Multnomah Biblical Seminary in 2015. He and his wife Heather have two children, Jackson and Emma.

    Dave has pastored in Missoula since May of 2013 and also serves his community as a police chaplain and executive director of Missoula Chaplain Services.

    Dave still believes that cinema reached its peak as an art form in 1981 with the release of Raiders of the Lost Ark and had a radical procedure done to make sure he bleeds pinstripes in honor of his beloved NY Yankees.

    Antics aside, Dave is a dedicated and approachable leader. A vital and energetic force behind caring for the people of Waypoint church and his community.


  • Heidi Dosier  |  Worship Pastor

    Heidi leads the worship band and oversees the worship and media ministry at Waypoint. An architect by trade, she has always had a passion for music. From a young age, Heidi played piano and sang in and out of church. Touring Europe in vocal groups, she met her husband, Ben, also an integral part of the worship and media team. They have two children who share their love of music, skiing, sailing, hiking, biking, sewing, and making sweet treats. Heidi and the worship and media team strive to fade into the background, allowing people to connect with God.



  • DAve Lodwig

    Dave brings the experience of a former church planter and multi-site church pastor to our church. He's been the lead pastor of what is now Waypoint since 2013.

  • Leslie Womack

    As the CEO of the Montana Educators' Credit Union, Leslie brings immense financial and operations knowledge to the council.

  • Wally Oie

    While the youngest member of the board, Wally has served in Church leadership in many different facets. His working knowledge of the Church is invaluable.

  • Todd Farrell

    Todd is the co-owner of times2studio and brings practical branding and graphic design expertise to the council.

  • Bob Womack

    Husband to Leslie, and former educator at Big Sky High School, his love for the church runs deep.

  • Nancy Terwilliger-Grube

    When Nancy isn't crafting world-famous quilts, she serves as a University Supervisor for student teachers.