Connor Davis

Associate Pastor / Youth Pastor


My wife Cheyy and I met at North Central University in Minneapolis and were married in 2021. We have an adorable Goldendoodle named Cora who keeps us active and adventurous.

What I do at church:

I oversee our Connect Groups ministry, helping to pick curriculum, support small-group leaders, recruit new leaders, and find a group that is a good fit for those looking to join a small group. I am SWFF’s liaison between local government offices, non-profits and other faith-based organizations with which we partner for Community outreach events like the Back to School Bash, the SWFF Christmas Drive and the Freeze Shelter (see more on our Community Involvement page). I oversee the day-to-day operations of the church’s facilities and any outside events or organizations that use our buildings. I am also the Youth Pastor. And, as such, I have the honor of leading our youth team in teaching, equipping and building up our 6th – 12th grade students so they can grow in their faith, community and relationships with one another and with God.


I have a Bachelor’s degree in Pastoral Studies and a Master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from North Central University in Minneapolis, MN.

In 2020 Cheyy and I decided to move to Austin from Minnesota. We were seeking a warmer climate and new opportunities. At first, Cheyy got to live with her best friend in downtown Austin while I lived with my brother. He and his family had been in Austin for a while so it was wonderful for me to share in their family life until getting married in 2021. I have known Anthony and Deanna Scoma – our Senior Pastors – for years and connected with Anthony shortly after moving down here. At the time, SWFF was looking for a new Associate Pastor and I was interested in potentially joining SWFF in that role. After talking for a bit, we realized that my gifts were a match for this church. I joined the staff in October of 2020.

Favorite Sports Team:

I grew up in Wisconsin so I love the Packers (yes I’m a cheese head!) and the Bucks, the Brewers are alright too.

Favorite Toy growing up:

I love playing basketball so – the year I got a basketball hoop for my birthday – probably fits in that category.

Favorite Bible Verse(s):

Isaiah 55:8-9 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the LORD. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.”

Favorite Bible Stories:

I love the journey of Moses. I love how real he was, constantly insecure, doubting himself, needing reassurance from God, but turned out to be a key instrument in getting the Israelites out of Egypt and moving towards the Promised Land. He was a great leader while also constantly making mistakes and messing up. He shows us that God can use the most imperfect of people, he can use those who doubt themselves and – even those who doubt him. But ultimately Moses also showed he was devoted and loved God which is a good reminder that even when we have doubts and need reassurances we can be rooted in God’s love and devoted to him.