Keith Case

Keith Case is the Lead Pastor of Providencia WPB. He is an ordained minister and has been serving in full time ministry here in South Florida for the last 12 years. Prior to moving to West Palm Beach, Keith served as a pastor on Key Biscayne and then as a church planter in the financial district of Miami. Keith has a Master of Counseling and Divinity. He was trained as a church planter by Tim Keller and his team from Redeemer City-City in NYC. Keith and his wife, Amy, have five kids, Harper, Kaila, Maddie, Lily, and Watson and they love living in the SouthEnd of West Palm. Their family enjoys modeling, surfing, soccer, and dance parties. You can reach Keith at


Danny and Stephanie Brunjes

Danny Brunjes is the Worship and Music Director for Providencia WPB. A lifelong Floridian, Danny’s been playing guitar and writing music since the fifth grade.  While involved in worship leading from a young age, his passion to write music for the church really developed after assuming his role at Providencia WPB. Danny’s other passion for home brewing began in January of 2017 and he’s been honing his “craft” ever since. He received his B.S. degree in general management from Palm Beach State College, but has been a diehard Florida Gator fan since birth. Outside of playing music, brewing up a new concoction, or watching Gator sports, he spends his time enjoying his wife Stephanie, son Elijah, and yellow lab Billy. Danny loves living in West Palm Beach, running along the intracoastal, spending time with friends, and getting to know new faces whenever he has the opportunity. You can connect with Danny at

Stephanie Brunjes is the Administrative Director for Providencia WPB. Living in South Florida most of her life, Stephanie  planned to move away to art school until she was convinced to stay by her now husband, Danny, a West Palm Beach native. Since then she’s fallen in love with the city and the community it’s provided her. Stephanie did inner-city ministry in West Palm Beach for over four years. She developed a passion for ministry while caring for an underserved part of her city. In late 2016, God led her to join the Providencia WPB team by lending her passion for organization and planning. Stephanie spends her free time with her 8 month old son Elijah Gregory, connecting with other moms in the city, enjoying breezy evenings at the park with her boys, and creating cozy spaces in her home. You can connect with Stephanie at


Sarah Claire Smith

Sarah Claire Smith is the Soul Care Resident at Providencia WPB. She is pursuing her Masters in Counseling with a current focus in mental health, addiction, and soul care. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Florida State University. Before she entered into graduate school she spent 8 years as a professional actress and educator traveling the country and lived in NYC for four years. You can find her sitting at coffee shops around the city listening to stories, encouraging vulnerability and dreaming of how we can flourish. You can connect with Sarah Claire at


Evan Rogg

Evan Rogg is our Director of City Engagement and focuses on community development both for Providencia and UniverCity. Evan works to keep a pulse on our city, and is always looking for ways that we can care for and build with other cultivators in town. He received his Masters in Divinity from PBAU and has been doing creative, city-positive, gospel ministry in West Palm Beach for almost 10 years.  In his free time you can probably find him roasting coffee and listening to John Mark McMillan. You can connect with Evan at


Josh Jones

A Florida native, Josh Jones moved to West Palm Beach in 2010, and serves as our City Liturgist. He completed his undergraduate degree at PBA in 2014 and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Divinity program at PBA. With a passion for contemplation and meditation, he hopes to help others find their rhythm in the midst of a fast paced world.  A musician, Josh enjoys creating ambient soundscapes at home in his free time, as well as on the worship team at Providencia. You are likely to find Josh strolling in parks or browsing used bookstores on his days off. He and his wife Erica have made a home in West Palm Beach, and have loved every minute of it. You can connect with Josh at


Taylor Gooley

Taylor grew up in Palm Beach County, and is currently serving as our Neighborhood Pastor. He completed his undergraduate degree from Florida State University in 2011 and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Divinity Program at PBAU. Taylor and his wife Leah moved back to Palm Beach County in the fall of 2017 after having served with the para-church ministry Young Life in Asheville, NC for 5 years. Taylor and Leah love south Florida, the ocean, and people. With his passion for people and diversity, Taylor hopes to continue to cultivate a thriving and diverse community within the Providencia family. You can connect with Taylor at

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Becky Stockman

Becky Stockman is the Director of Children’s Ministry for Providencia WPB. Becky is the second oldest of her seven siblings, so she has been in a role of caring for and loving those younger than her for most of her life. She moved to West Palm Beach from Pennsylvania in 2004 to attend the education program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. During that time, she met her husband Shea, whom she has been married to since 2007. Upon graduating with a degree in Elementary Education/ESE, Becky began her teaching career in a Palm Beach County elementary school. Shea and Becky fell in love with West Palm Beach during their time in college, and they have dug their roots into the community ever since. They love to spend their free time outdoors with their sweet one year old Remy and their two golden retrievers.


Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith is originally from Edinburgh, Scotland and has lived in WPB since January 2015. He completed his undergraduate in theology from the University of Aberdeen and is finishing his M.Div from PBA. He serves, in a volunteer capacity, as our "Culinary Priest" where he aims to bring people together over meals and conversation. He is passionate about social justice and inter faith conversations. Jordan is also a huge foodie and is likely to be found near a local taco truck. You can connect with him at jordan@providenciawpb