Becky Ungles

Missions Team Member: 2022-2024.

Becky and her husband, Brian, have been members at MUMC since moving to Ballwin in 2003. Becky, originally from Arlington Heights, IL and Brian, originally from Mound City, MO, met in 1998 when they both landed in St. Louis after college with jobs at the same commercial real estate firm.  Brian and Becky were married in 2001 and they have 3 children: Emma (2003), Alex (2005), and Matthew (2009).  All 3 were baptized at Manchester UMC and Matthew is the last one currently going through confirmation classes. Alex and Matthew are both Circle of Friends preschool graduates.

While their kids were younger, Becky volunteered as a Circle of Friends committee member, nursery helper, Sunday School teacher, choir mom, VBS leader or where needed. Once the kids were a little older, she has found joy in participating in various bible studies and becoming a member of the MO-Hab riders.  Becky has participated in at least 5 Mo-Hab rides, raising money and awareness for Habitat for Humanity while pedaling 250 miles across Missouri or Illinois. In addition to riding, she has volunteered at the Bike Rehab and worked on Habitat builds.  She has also enjoyed serving lunch to the youth at Epworth.  Becky feels blessed to see how the missions of MUMC genuinely impact our community and is excited to serve as a member of the missions team.



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