Mr. Arnold E. Reinikka, MCE, Project Director and Treasurer

Arnold is a real life Outdoorsman with a knack for finding the right solution and getting projects done on time and on budget. Blessed with an engineer's mind, Arnold became instrumental in getting SERVE projects off the ground as its Project Director. Arnold helps organize teams to complete four to six projects a year that were requested by missionaries or mission agencies. Some of the life impacting projects abroad include construction of church's, orphanages, dormitories and water treatment facilities to name a few.

Board Members

Dr. Robert H. LaForce, B.A., M.Div., D.Min.

Dr. Robert H. LaForce is a graduate of Barrington College (B.A.,1974, American Literature and Biblical Studies); Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div, 1977) and Columbia Theological Seminary (D.Min,"Urban Evangelism",1992). He has pastored seven congregations across Pennsylvania and Long Island and currently serves as Pastoral Associate at St. Paul's Evangelical Church in Rinely, PA.


Edward Pollock

Ed Pollock grew up in the South Sudan, the son of Ted and Dolly Pollock, Presbyterian missionaries in Africa. He is recently retired from the U.S. Department of Energy where he was the Director of the Department’s Building Energy Efficiency Research program.


Rev. Craig Bean

Craig comes to SERVE after an extensive career in Human Resources, where he also serves as a consultant with Clarion Consulting, specializing in team effectiveness.  Craig further acts as a consultant and teacher with the U.S. Center for World Mission.

Mrs. Penny Pollock McFarland
Penny Pollock McFarland traveled to Sudan, Africa with her missionary parents ( Ted and Dolly Pollock) when she was 3 years old.  She lived  in the Sudan and Egypt until she graduated from Schutz School in 1960 (This was a Mission School in Assiut and Alexandria, Egypt).  Penny earned a BA from Westminster College and a M ED from Temple University.  She taught elementary school in PA and VA.