God is still writing our story!  We would love for you to visit us in person at our weekly worship gathering. We meet every Sunday morning at 10AM at 22625 Atlanta Road, Seaford, DE.


The story of ARAC is not about a building, a program, or a method. It’s about people—people of all ages who need to find the purpose in life that God has given them. Atlanta Road Alliance Church (ARAC) began in 1978 with a small number of families that desired to cooperate with God in developing fully devoted followers of Jesus. This has continued with real people, with real problems, on real journeys, seeking a real God.


We are a community of people from a variety of backgrounds, interests, and life stories who have a desire to explore what it means to LOVE God, LOVE each other and LOVE the world around us. We are a safe place, regardless of where you are in your faith journey, to learn more about Jesus while also growing in meaningful relationships with others.


The mission of ARAC is to grow in our capability and willingness to LOVE God, LOVE each other and LOVE the world around us that does not yet know Jesus.


Learn more about who ARAC is and how to get involved.


Weldon Lemke

Lead Pastor



Weldon grew up in Western Canada but has lived in the Northeastern US since 1997. He is married to his wife (Yvonne) with two grown married children and three grandchildren. A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan (undergrad) and Alliance Theological Seminary (post-graduate), Weldon has worked in both the business world and in full time pastoral employment. He joined ARAC in 2020 with a passion to see people come to know God and grow up to maturity in Him.

Amanda M. Hall

Administrative Assistant



Mandy grew up in Denver, Co, and has resided in Delaware since 1988. When Mandy isn't working in the office, she is running a full-time real estate business. Mandy graduated from Wilmington University with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Accounting. She worked at Sussex County Government as the Treasury Director for nine years.  While at the county, she was instrumental in implementing new software that aided in the County's advancement to the 21st century. Once retired, she traveled for a governmental software company; analyzing, training and implementing new software.  If Mandy isn't working or solving problems, she spends the remainder of her time with her grandson, Isaiah.

Andy Chupp

Facilities Supervisor


Andy was born to Amish parents in Wyoming, DE, and has resided in Delaware for all but two years of his life. Andy is a master carpenter whose craftsmanship is showcased in numerous local buildings. When he's not overseeing the upkeep of our church building and grounds, Andy enjoys hunting and fishing.

Mackenzie Beigler

Media Communcations Coordinator



Mackenzie was born and raised on the eastern shore in Delaware, where she, her husband and baby boy currently reside. Coming from the financial industry, Mackenzie puts her tech savvy and communication skills to use as our remote Media Communcations Coordinator (MCC), operating ARAC's media platforms. Life "outside the office" for Mackenzie consists of being a full time mom, knitting and reading when she has some down time. 


ARAC is part of a group of churches, called the Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA) that whole heartedly live based on the truths of the Bible. The C&MA focuses on planting churches in the United States and overseas. Alliance international workers minister among the least reached peoples. Alliance founder A. B. Simpson had a call from God to reach the lost masses both in New York and around the world. He set up the Missionary Training Institute (MTI) to provide training and resources for men and women God was calling to take the gospel to the world. Click the button below to read more about what the C&MA believes about God, how He relates to us, and how we relate to Him is foundational in its teachings.